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inside the fashion community project helping improve lives in kenya
ASOS has partnered with ethical clothing manufacturer SOKO Kenya since 2009, to help educate, train and employ those in one of the most disadvantaged areas of Kenya.
leomie anderson is using her platform to give a voice to the unheard
As her female-focused LAPP platform continues to create a safe space for women to share their perspectives and experiences online, the model turned activist tells us how fashion and conversation can empower.
how do we ensure fashion’s diversity drive doesn’t just fetishise the new wave of models?
Joan Smalls and Hari Nef have spoken out about what Nef calls ‘Diversity Day’, or the tokenistic casting of LGBTQ models and model of colour. So how can we ensure fashion’s policy of inclusion is authentic?
exclusive: model leomie anderson launches her very own female-focused platform
Through her new site LAPP, Leomie is using her influence to help empower others through fashion and conversation.
leomie anderson pens a candid open letter about consent
The British model shares her experience with slut shaming, leaked nudes, and sexual assault in an empowering new blog post.
leomie anderson sounds off on her survival kit for black models
i-D catches up with the British model about her latest video, which addresses an issue she has been vocal about: hair and make-up teams who are unprepared to work with black models backstage at fashion weeks around the world.
leomie anderson calls attention to the backstage struggle of black models
"Why can a white model confidently sit in anyone's chair and feel confident they'll look okay but black models have to worry?"
leomie anderson, a new age super for the instagram generation
Outspoken, hilarious and drop-dead gorgeous, Leomie talks Kanye, tracksuits, and why she's not a one season girl.
leomie anderson says fashion still doesn’t “accept black girls”
The British model thinks things are getting better, but is concerned in particular with discrimination against darker black skin tones and casting practices in Milan.
Thanks to a supply of delicious cocktails from Russian Standard Vodka, Jeremy Scott, A$AP Rocky and Lindsay Lohan partied hard with a crowd of i-D’s favourite nightlife stars, models, fashion designers and musicians and we shot them straight up.