#ICYMI: Plus-size trans model scores a fashion campaign, next day delivery hits hard on warehouse workers and Dior unveils its first campaign under feminist-prone Maria Grazia Chiuri
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The model diversity year 2016 ends on a high with Shay Neary, who has become the first out plus-size trans model to score a fashion campaign. (i-D)
As fast and increasingly free delivery options have become an important point of difference for fashion e-tailers, Business of Fashion investigates the impact on warehouse workers. (BoF)
New-born feminist panty label THINX makes period proof underwear that protects from leaks and helps fund the production of reusable cloth pads for women in Uganda. (SLEEK)
The latest star model to engage in activism is 19-year-old Molly Bair, who is using her recent success to raise awareness and money for combating toxic pollution. (Vogue US)
Dior has unveiled its first campaign under new feminist-friendly lead Maria Grazia Chiuri, celebrating the different aspects of model sisters Ruth and May Bell – an ode to the diverse faces of femininity. (InStyle)
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