Isis King, the first transgender model to compete on America’s Next Top Model. WireImage “I’ve used transgender models in a bunch of shows and projects,” Walter Pearce said in an email.
Pêche Di is a model and founder of the first trans modeling agency in the United States. After personally facing discrimination in the industry, Trans Models was born.
Feb 24, 2015 · The fashion industry is becoming more inclusive of individuals with disabilities.
UPDATE 2/24/17: This report has been updated to include three transgender models cast in the Marc Jacobs show and one in Philipp Plein.
New York Fashion Week Spring 2019 is currently underway, and the diverse models walking the runway this year prove that beauty comes in all shapes, sizes, and shades.
Though, according to the report, more transgender models appeared than ever before, with 10 transgender model appearances this season, compared to February’s eight. Of those 10, eight were at NYFW
Models backstage at Chromat’s Fall 2018 show. The numbers are in and unsurprisingly, New York Fashion Week still has a long way to go when it comes to diversity. With its seasonal runway report
This year, the runway model diversity at New York Fashion Week spring 2018 has been much more inclusive than in previous years, continuing the trend that the fashion industry …
«I really think [the fashion industry is] changing, just with this current season of New York Fashion Week. Our models have been working New York Fashion Week.
The representation of transgender models this past New York Fashion week saw a comparable increase. There were only two more transgender and non-binary models for fall 2018 than for spring 2018.
Sisley, which cast 40 percent models of color, illustrated the fact that gender is a social construct, hiring two transgender models (one female, one male) and one gender non-binary model.
But this newfound diversity in the fashion industry didn’t just stop at plus-sized models. There is a new group rising to popularity. Enter transgender models. Thanks in part to Caitlyn Jenner’s public transition, the LBGTQ community as a whole have experienced much more social acceptance and …
I guess it’s nice they are being more inclusive, but they still aren’t serving authentically plus-size models. yet only represented by 0.4% of models on the runway. If the fashion industry
The fashion industry still has a long way to go in terms of representation for disabled models, but progress is being made. and encourage them to include more transgender models like myself