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  • Lorde Inc champions diversity in fashion
  • Lorde Inc champions diversity in fashion
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Lorde Inc champions diversity in fashion

Fashion has a diversity problem; beauty standards are constrictive, with casting agents making little room for looks that aren’t svelte and white. One London agency is seeking to change these prevailing attitudes, making the inclusion of diverse faces not tick-box, but second nature. 

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