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PVH Corp., Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger have joined together to sign the Black in Fashion Council

PVH Corp., Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger have joined together to sign the Black in Fashion Council

PVH Corp., Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger have joined together to sign the Black in Fashion Council

pledge as part of ‘Be BRAAVE’ initiative to support the Black community to advance the company’s ongoing efforts to achieve equality and racial justice.

The Black in Fashion Council (BIFC), was founded by Lindsay Peoples Wagner and Sandrine Charles, with the goals to build a new foundation for inclusivity,

and to secure the advancement of Black individuals within the fashion and beauty industry.

PVH and its brands are committed to increasing representation and amplification of Black individuals across all levels of the organization

and to examine within to see how they can create a more diverse and inclusive environment where every individual is valued and every voice is heard.

“As part of PVH’s commitment to fight for racial equality, we are proud to join the Black in Fashion Council to help secure the advancement of Black individuals in the global fashion industry.

We are holding ourselves accountable to create systemic changes and be transparent about our journey to build a more inclusive industry

that better represents the diversity of our consumers – and the world we all live in,” said Manny Chirico, CEO and Chair of PVH Corp.

PVH, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger are committed to driving systemic change and to fight for racial equality.

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