Changes on the Runway

We know more than a few of you have already noticed the models at the Dsquared² show this week. In reverse of how shows usually go, the majority of t
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We know more than a few of you have already noticed the models at the Dsquared² show this week. In reverse of how shows usually go, the majority of t
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We know more than a few of you have already noticed the models at the Dsquared² show this week. In reverse of how shows usually go, the majority of the models were black, with just a couple majorities. Now, there's a delightful rumor on COACD, that next week's Lanvin show will have an "all ethnic" line up. We're just going to skip over the part where we debate the definition of "ethnic" and admit we know exactly what he's talking about, so here's the better question - Is this in response to the upcoming Vogue Italia? Or would designers have made an effort to cast entirely non-white model line ups in their shows without it? (And better yet, will this trend carry over into the women's shows?...)