With stints assisting just about every top hairstylist in fashion along the way.
Plus, Winnie Harlow is the new face of Paul Mitchell.
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In this op-ed, he discusses why he's set out to built a roster of primarily BIPOC and Latinx artists and what the industry can do to better support them.
Their aim to democratize access to medical-grade skin care has drawn a diverse, superstar list of investors, including Issa Rae, Yvonne Orji and the CEOs of Warby Parker, Allbirds, Casper, Harry's and Bombas.
She comes to the legacy publisher with two decades worth of experience in elevating diversity and inclusion strategies at large companies.
The Pull Up for Change creator and Uoma Beauty CEO and founder discusses the ripple effect her initiatives have made in 2020 — and where we go from here.
"I of course want to save the whales, but I also want to save Black people. Can we talk about that?"
Founder Callia Hargrove discusses what it's like to start a company amid a pandemic, what marketing that centers diversity and inclusion looks like and how brands can (and should) communicate right now.
"I'm going to tell my whole damn industry to pull up."
"We... have witnessed and experienced anti-Black behavior, prejudice in advancement of Black and POC employees, bullying [and] racial and heteronormative supremacy."
Plus, Johnson & Johnson will stop selling skin-whitening products.
"It's time for a new generation of leadership that’s truly reflective of the diversity of our audience," Barberich said in a statement.
More e-commerce platforms exclusively carry and promote brands from communities and geographic areas that have traditionally been underrepresented in the industry.
This is what happens "post-discussion."
"I came this far, to Rome, Italy, to feel completely at home," she says of the experience.
Plus, what fashion can learn from Elizabeth Warren.
Plus, MAC wants to win back the U.S. market.
Starting with calling the feature "Black is back."