Lazaro Hernandez (left), Anna Wintour and Jack McCollough attend a 2009 Proenza Schouler fashion show in New York. Wintour was seen as favouring young, handsome gay male designers over equally talented female creators. Photo: David X. Prutting/Patrick McMullan/Getty Images
Vincenzo La Torre
Opinion

Opinion

Vincenzo La Torre

White gay privilege exists in fashion – at Anna Wintour’s Vogue I experienced it first-hand

  • Protests sparked by George Floyd’s death have brought a reckoning for corporate America. Fashion bible Vogue, its editor-in-chief and owner have come under fire
  • It lacked diversity when the Post’s fashion editor interned there – but more than that, female colleagues were given a much harder time than men
Lazaro Hernandez (left), Anna Wintour and Jack McCollough attend a 2009 Proenza Schouler fashion show in New York. Wintour was seen as favouring young, handsome gay male designers over equally talented female creators. Photo: David X. Prutting/Patrick McMullan/Getty Images
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