The Times’ report underscores much of fashion’s enduring unwillingness to be transparent about their diversity and inclusion efforts, despite making public commitments and launching marketing campaigns.
Times’ questions: Tory Burch, Coach, Kate Spade and Christian Siriano. Others, including Thom Browne, Burberry and Calvin Klein, answered at least half of the questions. Many European brands referred to legal hindrances to reporting diversity figures. The majority of the retailers either declined to respond or ignored the
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