For AW18, we’ve collaborated with London-based award-winning magazine gal-dem – a young media powerhouse that’s comprised solely of women and non-binary people of colour.
Our project, Seeing In Colour, engages with four creative personalities and learns about some of the assumptions they’ve had to face as a result of their skin colour. Together, we hope to broaden perspectives and continue our celebration of diversity in all its forms.
Photography: Kez Coo
Catherine Morton-Abuah - Illustrator
"Saying you don’t see colour is like saying you’re some higher being who lives in a world without prejudice"
Nim Ralph - Activist
"My work is a form of self-care: it’s about educating to dismantle because, in dismantling, people’s lives are saved"
Jasmin Sehra - Artist
“I want to have been able to create change — I want to use my art to create change in a way that is personal to me but also personal to others”
Christina Ihekwoaba - Art Director
"In the years before Instagram, all my models were black or mixed race or brown. I wanted to see myself. In college, I would try to make magazines and make front covers of my friends to basically celebrate their features"