Should Fashion Brands Stand for Something More Than Sales?

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Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. That’s the predicament facing fashion designers in the midst of the current political climate.

Some say politics don’t have a place in fashion, putting brands on blast for using political statements to sell clothes. Others argue that designers can’t ignore what’s happening outside their tiny bubble of frivolous fun and should shine a light on important issues.

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