Fashion doesn’t seem to have changed that much since the #MeToo moment. From allegedly abusive and supposedly shamed photographers reappearing on the shoot circuit, to consistently offensive designers getting endless free passes, and editors protected by their power and an industry-wide silence, we have come to expect ever less from the fashion herd. There was something inevitable (if not quite believable) about Ian Connor being seated proudly on the Louis Vuitton front row, next to a huge pile of limited edition monogrammed luggage. The 21 women who say he raped them were probably not surprised. Society doesn’t believe women, so why would fashion?
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