Media Is Taking Note of Diversity on The Fashion Runways

September 24, 2010  |  

It’s nice to know that someone, besides the culturally-focused publications, is noticing how diversity, or the lack thereof, is playing out in varying environments from corporate offices to fashion runways. As New York Fashion Week recently wrapped up, the sister site of the popular gossip website Gawker broke down the number of ethnic models on the runway, asserting that the composition of the models determines the composition of editorial spreads and magazine advertisements for the season to come. We applaud Jezebel for taking a stand for diversity.

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