LONDON, United Kingdom — Bethann Hardison remembers the days when, before every New York Fashion Week, “Casting directors
The movement continues.
It might first seem strange, then, for the site to profile someone who's made a career of modeling stylish clothes and helping
Bethann Hardison 's activism started way before she penned a few letters in 2013 to companies apart of the fashion industry calling out how mainstream designers' lack of diversity on the runway is an "act of racism."
The letter begins by stating: The industry has a history of whitewashed runways with little to no models of color and featuring
Bethann with supermodel Joan Smalls DooBop.com co-founder, Jodie Patterson and Elaine Welteroth Elaine Welteroth, Teen Vogue's
Male supermodels Tyson Beckford and Marcus Schenkenberg stopped by HuffPost Live on Thursday to chat about their participation
Bethann Hardison, the fashion industry gadfly, has adopted a slogan: “Activism needs to remain active.” Her cause is the