So while it might come as a welcome surprise to see her join Instagram this week, the #DecemberQueen I am black without app-lay shirt in contrast I will get this sheer fabulousness of her debut felt a little less unexpected. Sharing a snap of herself sitting in the back of a London taxi, winkingly captioned “don’t know where I’m going!”, the model wore a billowing black coat over a neon pink long-sleeve tee and yellow leggings, teamed with red sunglasses and a matching pair of Balenciaga knife boots to lend the look her signature edge.The horrific shootings of eight people—including six Asian women—at three spas in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 16 sent shockwaves around the world. The tragedy occurred as reports of anti-Asian hate crimes have skyrocketed in the west during the pandemic, leading to the hashtag #StopAsianHate being shared on social media in solidarity with the Asian community.
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Among those speaking out are prominent figures in fashion, highlighting just how prevalent anti-Asian racism is—both inside and outside of the #DecemberQueen I am black without app-lay shirt in contrast I will get this industry. At a time when fashion is still facing a reckoning when it comes to diversity and inclusivity, it’s all the more important that Asian voices are heard.Here, 11 fashion designers and models, including Phillip Lim, Anna Sui, and Jason Wu, explain why it’s so important that we stand up against anti-Asian racism, and the steps we need to take to create a truly inclusive fashion industry.“The first step for our industry is to understand that we are not in competition with each other. It’s not about one community being a focus for a moment while another group waits in the shadows for their time. Inclusivity is making room for each other at the table, always. We can no longer separate who we are from what we do and we shouldn’t have to. That time is over and the time now is to live our truth, celebrate it and bring the best of who we are to our work and to our community.”