GQ – In a moment when other brands and the fashion industry at large are deservedly being skewered on social media for a lack of diversity on the runways and in their marketing, Gucci’s small step in the right direction feels refreshing; ditto Raf Simons’s decision earlier this year to cast the actors from Moonlight for his first Calvin Klein Underwear campaign.
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