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Letter from Claire Sulmers: The State of Diversity in Fashion; My Response to Kerby Jean Raymond vs. Business of Fashion

Is Diversity in Fashion a trend? In some ways, it is. I’ve been writing about and documenting issues of diversity in fashion (interspersed with celeb style of course) for over a decade now. I remember back in July 2008, when Vogue asked, “Is Fashion Racist?“ One of the opening lines of the piece included someone rolling their eyes, asking, “Are we still talking about this?” Yes. Yes we are. Because fashion can be racist. Yes, sadly, we still have a problem. Pyer Moss designer Kerby…

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The Bomb Life: Pyer Moss’ Marshall “Major” Taylor Inspired Collection for Hennessy in a Balmain Denim Blazer and Tom Ford

Pyer Moss is a designer who disrupts. Since he stepped on the scene, he has used his clothing as a platform to increase awareness of black history and current events (He created a Juneteenth shirt, which Usher wore to perform at Essence Music Festival, and famously made a tee decorated with names of black men killed by police brutality). He is a true activist–I can’t wait to interview him for Fashion Bomb TV! Until then, I’m always down to support…

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