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Dapper Dan, Adut Akech, Pierpaolo Piccioli and Chika Are Our #BoF500 Cover Stars

For the seventh annual BoF 500, we spotlight the change agents who are helping to create a more inclusive fashion industry.


Introducing our seventh annual BoF500 print edition. This year, we shine a spotlight on the change agents helping to create a more diverse and inclusive fashion industry.

For the seventh annual BoF 500, we spotlight the change agents who are helping to create a more inclusive fashion industry.

Pierpaolo Piccioli and Adut Akech | Photo by Ruth Ossai for BoF

This may not come as a surprise for an industry which, in part, has been built on cultivating a perception of exclusivity in order to create aspiration and desire. But with culture shifting around us, the rules are being rewritten when it comes to how we address customers of different races, genders, sexualities and abilities.

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