Thursday, November 30, 2017

Diversity Report: 2017 Was Fashion’s Most Inclusive Year

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. This year was a tumultuous one for fashion media companies, but an encouraging one when it came to diversity in the industry (which, of course, includes race, size, age, gender identity and all combinations of the above). While we bade goodbye to Teen Vogue and Nylon’s diversity-championing print editions and read boundary-pusher Bullett’s brutally honest eulogy, we rejoiced at the sight of increasingly multiethnic runways and print ads (both of which, for the first time, included over 30 percent models of color).

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