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Must Read: Which Latinx People Get to 'Make it' in Fashion?, Christian Siriano Opens SCAD Exhibit

Plus, is Versace collaborating with Fendi?

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday.

Which Latinx people get to 'make it' in fashion?
Writing for Refinery29, Frances Solá-Santiago questions which Latinx people get to make it to the upper echelons of fashion. Growing up with interest in fashion, Solá-Santiago says, "[Carolina] Herrera's Venezuelan heritage was hardly ever mentioned. The same was true for Oscar de la Renta and Isabel Toledo..... But...there are signs that things might be taking a turn for a more inclusive and diverse representation of Latin American and Latinx fashion designers." {Refinery29}

Christian Siriano opens exhibit at SCAD
Christian Siriano is presenting his first solo museum exhibition at the SCAD Museum of Art. Titled "People Are People," it features "bold creations from Siriano's decade-plus career that celebrate self-expression for every body at every age." {SCAD}

Is Versace collaborating with Fendi?
Per Robert Williams and Vikram Alexei Kansara for Business of Fashion, Versace is said to be collaborating with Fendi, and the collection will be presented via a "secret" second show in Milan on Sunday. According to the report, Donatella Versace has been working with Silvia Venturini Fendi and Kim Jones on the forthcoming collaboration. {Business of Fashion}

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