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“I want people to think TOMMY HILFIGER the brand, cares about others”

“I want people to think TOMMY HILFIGER the brand, cares about others”
Halima Aden, the world’s first hijab-wearing supermodel meets US fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger to talk diversity, and how to go beyond tokenism to see real change in the fashion industry. Halima and Tommy share their own stories, hear the experiences of young, diverse models, and discuss what a truly inclusive global fashion industry would look and feel like.

Tommy Hilfiger and first hijab-wearing supermodel Halima Aden, sit down for an insightful conversation on inclusivity in the fashion industry, including topics like representation in front of and behind the camera, safety on set, and faith in fashion – as well as the legacy Halima and Tommy hope to leave behind.

“I want people to think TOMMY HILFIGER the brand, cares about others,” said Tommy Hilfiger. “I want to be known as someone who walked the walk and didn’t just talk the talk. My hope is that the entire industry changes – and I know I cannot affect that change alone.”

Hosted by BBC News Global Religion reporter Sodaba Haidare, the interview is part of the ‘BBC 100 Women’ series, which focuses on a list of 100 inspirational women across multiple industries.

To learn more about Halima Aden’s story and Tommy Hilfiger’s thoughts on making fashion a truly inclusive industry, check out the interview here: https://lnkd.in/gMN57tN

-By  Tommy Hilfiger, Apparel & Fashion, Amsterdam, North Holland

|Source: Online/KSU

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