Tan helped develop eight principles to champion a more inclusive and diverse view of fashion.
The campaign explores the idea that prejudices within the industry come from people, not clothing, advocating a world where humans are inspired to look more like clothing, because they don’t judge anyone.
He said: “The fashion industry has a long way to go for diversity to be more than lip service, so I love that at Klarna they are using their platform to amplify those messages. important.
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