British designer Christopher Bailey, creative Director of fashion house Burberry, said his collection of a season spring-summer 2018 supported the rights of gays, lesbians and other sexual minorities, LGBT, according to Fashion Network.
For this purpose, according to Bailey, it complements traditional beige tartan house parts in colours of the rainbow flag. “My latest collection of Burberry dedicated to the support of the most well-known organizations, established to protect the rights of LGBT and queer youth in the world, explained the designer. In my opinion, it is very important to say that in our differences lies our creativity and strength.”
In new York during New York Fashion Week held a fashion show in support of the project for the victims of harrasment meToo. Female models black and white dresses took to the runway with stylized angel wings on his shoulders. Male models appeared on the catwalk in oversized masks in the form of caricatured heads of pigs. “I don’t think this show will change things just for one evening,’ said Miriam Chalik (Myriam Chalek), creative Director of the website of the American Wardrobe and organizer of the show. But I think it’s a big step forward, to which I contributed. The woman who found strength is a woman that cannot be stopped”.
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