Looking back at 2014, one highlight was Barney's spring campaign featuring 17 transgender individuals photographed by Bruce Weber.

Looking back at 2014, another highlight if you ask us was Barney’s captivating spring ad campaign,” Brothers, Sisters, Sons & Daughters“, featuring 17 transgender individuals photographed by Bruce Weber. Barneys C.E.O. Mark Lee motivated the campaign stating that the T in LGBT has been a little left behind in the gay marriage debate. The campaign breaks new ground not only with the use of transgender models (and their families) but with the accompanying short films of the models telling their stories of transitioning genders. We were thrilled to see so much support for this billion dollar department store’s stunning push for equality. More here. /Ada Källgren


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