Fashion brands are being accused of hypocrisy after they showed support for Black Lives Matter. Tamu McPherson (pictured), who works with labels on diversity training, says the industry is “steeped in racism, anti-blackness and white privilege”. Fashion brands are being accused of hypocrisy after they showed support for Black Lives Matter. Tamu McPherson (pictured), who works with labels on diversity training, says the industry is “steeped in racism, anti-blackness and white privilege”.
Fashion brands are being accused of hypocrisy after they showed support for Black Lives Matter. Tamu McPherson (pictured), who works with labels on diversity training, says the industry is “steeped in racism, anti-blackness and white privilege”.

Luxury fashion called out for hypocrisy on Black Lives Matter, racism and diversity, and accused of paying lip service

  • Fashion and beauty brands have been showing their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter campaign
  • However, they are facing a backlash from models and insiders, who accuse them of double standards

Topic |   Fashion
Fashion brands are being accused of hypocrisy after they showed support for Black Lives Matter. Tamu McPherson (pictured), who works with labels on diversity training, says the industry is “steeped in racism, anti-blackness and white privilege”. Fashion brands are being accused of hypocrisy after they showed support for Black Lives Matter. Tamu McPherson (pictured), who works with labels on diversity training, says the industry is “steeped in racism, anti-blackness and white privilege”.
Fashion brands are being accused of hypocrisy after they showed support for Black Lives Matter. Tamu McPherson (pictured), who works with labels on diversity training, says the industry is “steeped in racism, anti-blackness and white privilege”.
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