New "Black in Fashion Council" launches to promote equal rights

A new organization has launched to promote inclusion within the
fashion industry. Founded by Teen Vogue editor-in-chief Lindsay
Peoples Wagner and Sandrine Charles of Sandrine Charles Consulting,
the new Black in Fashion Council aims to “represent and secure the
advancement of black individuals in the fashion and beauty industry
[sic],” according to the council’s website.

The council describes itself as a collective, with an executive board
consisting of several fashion and beauty industry figures such as GQ
deputy fashion director Nikki Ogunnaike, Harlem’s Fashion Row founder
Brandice Daniel and costume designer Shiona Turini.

According to Vogue, the Black in Fashion Council will create an
equality index score for companies across the fashion and beauty
sectors.

“As a collective, we envision a world in which black people in fashion
and beauty spaces can be open and honest, guaranteed equal rights, and
be celebrated for our voices,” the council’s website states, “While we
are working on our end, we encourage people in the industry to rise to
the occasion to sustain long-term change.”

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