It’s been a year since the pandemic drove a reassessment of the fashion system, and more than six months since the latest iteration of the enormous Black Lives Matter protest movement swept through America and around the world.
The fashion industry has promised change. But have sustainability, diversity and inclusion been bandied about as mere buzzwords — or has the Western high fashion establishment taken steps toward true systemic transformation?
Join Vanessa Friedman, fashion director of The New York Times; Olivier Rousteing, creative director of Balmain; Zerina Akers, fashion stylist and founder of Black Owned Everything; and other leading voices in the fashion industry, as they grapple with these issues.
Tune in on Thursday, February 25 — and RSVP here.