Must Read: Keke Palmer Covers ‘Cosmopolitan,’ How to Keep the Widespread Support for Black-Owned Businesses Going

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday. Keke Palmer covers CosmopolitanKeke Palmer is Cosmopolitan’s “Jaugust” cover star. Palmer took a break from marching and protesting to hop on the phone with Hunter Harris to discuss standing together … Read more…

Must Read: Pyer Moss Experiment 4 Sneaker to Benefit Innocence Project, Black Makeup Artists Speak Out

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.  Pyer Moss’s latest sneaker launch will benefit Innocence ProjectPyer Moss announced that it’s dropping a new Experiment 4 shoe style on July 3 (at 12:00 p.m. EST, if you want … Read more…

Must Read: Black Stylists Discuss Racism in Hollywood, Influencers Launch Nonprofit Trade Association

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday. Black stylists discuss racism in Hollywood and fashionStylist and journalist Zadrian Smith interviewed three fellow Black stylists — Jason Bolden, Kollin Carter and Calvin Opaleye — about racism in Hollywood … Read more…

The Black in Fashion Council Has a ‘Long-Term Accountability Strategy’ for Fashion and Beauty Brands

This week, a new collective calling for better, long-term representation and advancement opportunities for Black professionals in the fashion and beauty industries launched.  Founded by Teen Vogue editor-in-chief Lindsay Peoples Wagner and public relations specialist Sandrine Charles, the … Continue … Read more…

Must Read: Beauty Companies Are Rethinking (But Not Discontinuing) Skin-Lightening Products, LVMH Prize Set up Grant for Previous Winners

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday. Beauty companies are reexamining their skin lightening products amidst new pressure Several beauty companies, including the Indian subsidiary of Unilever, Johnson & Johnson and L’Oréal India have recently vowed to reexamine … Read more…

Must Read: ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ Highlights ‘Voices of Hope’, Luxury Brands Aren’t Giving up on Fashion Month

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday. Harper’s Bazaar highlights ‘Voices of Hope’For the summer issue of Harper’s Bazaar, the glossy has chosen to highlight the work of women fighting for change, whether it be racial justice or … Read more…

The Special Meaning Behind the ‘Sherman’s Showcase Black History Month Spectacular … in June’ Costumes

In the first episode of “Sherman’s Showcase,” a musical sketch comedy series that premiered last summer on IFC, executive producer and regular guest star John Legend opened with an intro narration: “For over forty years, ‘Sherman’s Showcase’ has been a … Read more…

CFDA names second round of A Common Thread grant recipients, additional support for U.S. fashion community

The second round will see a total of $ 2,015,000 distributed, of which $ 1,015,000 will go to 36 companies, including 18 fashion and accessories brands, 13 retailers, three factories, and two other businesses.  News – FashionNetwork.com USA BEST DEAL … Read more…

Must Read: Joan Smalls Launches DonateMyWage Platform, New York Fashion Week Needs a Revamp

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday. Joan Smalls launches DonateMyWage.orgEarlier this month, model Joan Smalls committed to donating 50% of her salary for the remainder of the year to organizations fighting for racial equality. She’s following … Read more…

Meghan Markle’s BFF Jessica Mulroney Fired From TV Gig After ‘Threatening’ Black Influencer Sasha Exeter

George Pimentel/Getty Jessica Mulroney, the Canadian stylist, Good Morning America correspondent, and close friend of Meghan Markle, has been fired from her Canadian TV gig after black influencer Sasha Exeter dubbed her an “Amy Cooper.”  Equating Mulroney to the white … Read more…

CREATIVE EXCHANGE AGENCY (CXA) SEEKS DIGITAL/VISUAL INTERNS FOR NEW YORK OFFICE

CXA produces iconic and acclaimed fashion and advertising campaigns, editorials, exhibitions and fine art book publications with artists including David LaChapelle, Coco Capitán, Kehinde Wiley, Iris Van Herpen, Sila Sveta, Gareth Pugh, Robert Polidori, Robert Wilson, Daphne Guinness, Nick Wooster … Read more…

Must Read: Walmart to Stop Locking up Black-Targeting Beauty Products, Joan Smalls Calls on Fashion to Do More for Black Lives Matter

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday. Walmart says it will no longer lock up Black-targeting beauty productsWalmart will officially end its discriminatory practice of locking up beauty products that primarily target Black shoppers. The retail chain … Read more…

Must Read: Alicia Keys Covers ‘InStyle’, Anna Wintour Issues an Apology for ‘Hurtful and Intolerant’ Mistakes

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday. Alicia Keys covers InStyle’s July 2020 issueAfter much of the world went into social isolation earlier this year, magazines found themselves needing to get creative about cover shoots. InStyle’s solution … Read more…

Beauty Companies Are Revealing Diversity Statistics and Efforts in #PullUpOrShutUp Challenge

Beauty brands are sharing their employee diversity statistics in response to the #PullUpOrShutUp challenge. The challenge was created by Uoma Beauty founder Sharon Chuter in response to the Black Lives Matter movement. Here are 12 brands’ responses. Allure BEST DEAL … Read more…