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How Black Lives Matter Invaded Modern Style

Originally published in Vogue Italia in 2016, This essay features interviews with some of the most talented Black designers in fashion to address how the Black Lives Matter Movement used fashion, then, to push the agenda that is most prevalent today.

Photographed by Drake Masters | Styled by James R. Sanders

“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the




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James R. Sanders

James R. Sanders

Culture + Fashion Journalist. Author of forthcoming, Reparations for Style & Soul. Twitter @JamesRSanders

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