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August 15, 2020 77 min

In the final of three parts, Fashion: No Filter passes the mic to our guest editor Henrietta Gallina as we explore the role of mainstream media in the current climate. 


In light of the rallying cry for the fashion industry to put an end to ongoing systemic racism, Henrietta, Camille and Monica have been having some tough and candid conversations about the state of play and how they want to participate and show up in this moment. Their conclusion: Fashion: No Filter would share its platform in order to create meaningful dialogue and help foster understanding, learning and shared experiences in the most authentic way. 


In today’s conversation, Henrietta speaks to trailblazing fashion critic Robin Givhan who is a journalist at The Washington Post. Her work won her the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 2006 which is incidentally the first time the award was given to a fashion writer. The Pulitzer Committee cited Robin’s “witty, closely observed essays that transform fashion criticism into cultural criticism”. 


Henrietta and Robin begin with a birdseye view on the state of the industry today and move on to cover a range of topics. Robin explains why she claims in a recent piece that the fashion system was broken long before the pandemic hit and why it needs a reboot. They also discuss the racial fallout, performative marketing and smoke and mirror optics of advertising and inclusivity, cancel culture vs accountability and the importance of equity and equal representation. Robin who exemplifies the “only one” allegory in many ways, also looks back on her prestigious career and trajectory.


As in the previous episode, the interview is followed by reactions and takeaways from your hosts Monica and Camille accompanied by Henrietta followed by a quick recap of the genesis of the project.


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Articles mentioned:

‘Fashion was broken before the pandemic. A reboot could be just what it needs’ By Robin Givhan.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/fashion-retail-business-bankrupt-stores/2020/06/12/463572b0-9c56-11ea-ac72-3841fcc9b35f_story.html


I May Destroy You — Happy Animals (episode 7) 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000kk4c 


'Unequal Impact: The Deep Links Between Inequality and Climate Change' By Beth Gardiner.

https://e360.yale.edu/features/unequal-impact-the-deep-links-between-inequality-and-climate-change

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