Thank you The Frontlash for the beautiful feature, we’re honored to be part of your mission to bring sustainable and change-making fashion to the masses.
From the article:
The fashion industry is changing. Designers are looking to diversify their runways by rethinking beauty in terms of race, gender, and size. Heavily retouched fashion images are less popular, and since 2017, when model and activist Cameron Russell started sharing stories from models of sexual abuse on the job, the industry has been forced to reckon with its predatory culture.
Former models, Valerie Emanuel and Anne Therese, believe the fashion industry can be a platform for driving ethical standards by disrupting the business of modeling. They founded, Role Models Management, a modeling agency, that is the physical manifestation of this belief. Role Models Management puts ethics, sustainability, environmental, and social justice at the core of their business. They vet the brands that they align with, ensuring they share values, and match talent from their roster accordingly. We chatted over email with the founders to learn more about their vision for the future of fashion.
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