20 marcas de moda que apoyan el movimiento BLM

Marcas de moda que se solidarizaron con el movimiento Black Lives Matter

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A raíz de los trágicos acontecimientos de la semana pasada y del Blackout Tuesday, tanto personas como comercios mostraron su solidaridad mediante donaciones, publicaciones en redes sociales y protestas, entre otras acciones. Te compartimos una lista de las marcas de moda que se sumaron al movimiento Black Lives Matter.



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Update: We see your comments, and we hear your voices. We agree, speaking out is not enough and words alone don’t catalyze change. We are taking the time to engage in conversation with our community and our employees to understand how we can take meaningful action. Amazon and its family of companies including Shopbop are donating $10 million to organizations working to bring about social justice and improve Black lives. At Shopbop, our next step includes improving our representation of the Black community across our organization, in the brands we carry, the partners we work with, and the content we produce. We will continue to listen and learn to ensure we are holding ourselves accountable. We can—and must—do better.

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Kering and all its brands stand in solidarity against racism. Too many Black lives have been lost in the fight for equality in America. We will not stand by silently. @gucci, @ysl, @bottegaveneta, @balenciaga, @alexandermcqueen, @brioni_official, @boucheron, @pomellato, @dodojewels, @qeelinjewellery, @ulyssenardinofficial, @girardperregaux and Kering Eyewear acknowledge that words alone are not enough and want to contribute to organizations focused on combating systemic racism and ending police violence towards the Black community in the United States. Today, on behalf of all its brands, Kering is making a donation to the @naacp , which fights to eliminate race-based discrimination in the United States and Campaign Zero, an organization that aims to reduce police violence in the United States. Every day, the Group and its brands will continue to develop initiatives and internal programs to foster respect, equality and fairness, recognizing that it is a journey and we are committed to continuously doing the work.

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Como todos vosotros, en LOEWE hemos observado las protestas raciales desplegarse en América y ahora en el mundo. Estas protestas han dejado claro lo que siempre ha sido una desafortunada verdad: la comunidad negra están sujetos a un racismo sistemático. Aunque estas protestas hayan nacido como una reacción ante la violencia policial, hemos de reconocer y condenar el racismo en todas sus formas. Hemos pasado la última semana preguntándonos en qué medida formamos parte del problema y más importante aún, cómo podemos ayudar y convertirnos en parte de la solución. LOEWE existe en la intersección entre la moda y el arte—dos mundos que siempre se han beneficiado del talento y la creatividad afrodescendiente. Y es por ello que, en este momento, hemos de comprometernos de forma real y sostenible con la comunidad negra, que se extiende desde nuestros talleres a nuestros artesanos, desde nuestras iniciativas filantrópicas a nuestras oficinas. Realizar este compromiso significa que debemos hacer más que un simple comunicado y llevar a cabo varios planes de acción. Esperamos poder compartirlo con vosotros como parte de la continua dedicación de LOEWE al cambio. Entretanto, escuchamos vuestras voces desde Black Lives Matter, y nos hacemos eco. Pascale y Jonathan CEO y Director Creativo

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To the communities across the US who are voicing their anguish, anger, and deep frustration with systems that oppress and devalue Black lives, we stand in solidarity with you. The past days and weeks have, once again, shone a spotlight on the tremendous injustices in our society. Etsy is built on a belief that communities have the power to change the status quo. We believe that it’s critical to provide support to organizations working tirelessly for criminal justice reform and those that assist Black-led institutions. That’s why today we are announcing donations of $500,000 to Equal Justice Initiative (@eji_org) and $500,000 to Borealis Philanthropy's Black-Led Movement Fund, in addition to matching employee donations. We encourage our community to join us in supporting organizations that are leading the fight for change. #blacklivesmatter

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Marc Jacobs

Stella McCartney

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George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. And too many more. We say their names. We honour their memories by condemning racism. We know that is not enough. We stand with Black communities. We support external organisations and are making internal changes. We must move forward or we will be left behind. We can have a positive impact on people and the planet. We cannot have sustainability without solidarity. We recognise our responsibility to use our platform to make a difference. We recognise our privilege. We are listening to Black members of our teams and communities, and are grateful for the issues they are raising. We are learning. We are committing to being explicitly Anti-Racist. We are taking actions to make diversity our reality. We are taking the time to do it properly. We are at a turning point. We are seeing there is hope. We are seeing what we can accomplish when we rise up, together. We can be better. We will be better. We must be better. We are ready. We are supporting @NAACP — please join us (link in bio). #BlackLivesMatter

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Vaquera NYC

Jonathan Cohen Studio

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We started the OUR FLOWER SHOP as a place to come together while we were distanced. I felt the suffering of many and felt desperate to do something, whether it was to give back, or just to help someone smile…even if for a second. While we still struggle with the pandemic, what has always scared me more is this racist pandemic that must stop. We have lost too many innocent lives in such an inhumane way. While OUR FLOWER SHOP is not a solution, I hope that something small can eventually lead to something bigger. This bouquet is not only dedicated to George Floyd, but the countless lives we have lost to racism. Through June 30th, 100% of the proceeds of this bouquet will go to MINNESOTA FREEDOM FUND. @mnfreedomfund #georgefloyd #blacklivesmatter Update 5/31 @Mnfreedomfund  has done incredible work and raised 20 million dollars! They are asking to reallocate donations to help other organizations…because of this we will be moving ALL proceeds received for OUR FLOWER SHOP bouquet to @bailproject

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#BlackLivesMatter #NAACP

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At GANNI, we stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. As we’ve been researching and educating ourselves, our silence—born out of the fear of saying the wrong thing—has gone on for too long. Today, our company and founders will be donating $100,000 across the below organisations, in support of the fight to end racial injustice. @blklivesmatter @naacp @aclu_nationwide We know this is not enough—we must continue to listen, research, and educate ourselves about systematic injustice and state sanctioned violence against Black people globally. We have a lot of work to do, but we commit to doing better and commit to continued action. If you are thinking about making a purchase with GANNI this week, we ask you to consider donating to an anti-racism organization instead. Additionally, starting this week and each week moving forward, we will be commissioning work from the Black creative community to share on our platforms. If you are a Black creator that’s interested in collaborating with GANNI, please DM us. It’s a small start, but the change begins now. #BlackLivesMatter #NoJusticeNoPeace #GeorgeFloyd #AhmaudArbery #BreonnaTaylor

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Prabal Gurung

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In support of the Black Lives Matter movement and in partnership with @bailproject , Prabal Gurung will be donating 100% OF NET PROCEEDS from the limited edition re-release of its signature STRONGER IN COLOUR hoodies and t-shirts to @bailproject , an organization dedicated to the liberation of Black lives from systemic, economic, political, and institutional oppression by combating mass incarceration and pretrial injustices. Prabal Gurung stands in solidarity with, and in support of Black lives everywhere – and all those who are committed to combatting racism, oppression, inequality, and injustice. We have posted, donated, signed petitions, marched in protests, spoken on panels, and shared important resources – but this didn’t feel like enough. This is just one additional step, and we know there is still more we can do. Prabal Gurung’s longtime ethos STRONGER IN COLOUR is the dream of a vibrant world of diverse culture and beauty, that turns on an axis of equality and achieves progress through unity. This ideal feels important as ever, as we currently face not only a global pandemic, but the crisis of humanity that is the systemic racism and structural inequity in the United States of America. For too long, Black communities have been marginalized through racist policing and imprisonment, pretrial injustice, police brutality, cuts from state and federal funds, resources being stripped from them, unequal pay that contributing to socio-economic inequality, relaxed environmental regulations in their neighborhoods, and unfair hiring practices. This list goes on and it must end. These issues have always been vitally important, but as we walk through the streets alongside protests, and unified chants for justice are heard around the world, it feels as though we are on the precipice of true change as this movement barrels forward. STRONGER IN COLOUR hoodies and t-shirts are available now (link in bio) from June 3rd – June 15th. We have chosen not to hashtag this post to preserve that space on your feed for critical information to the Black Lives Matter movement.

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