What Fashion Brands Are Doing to Make Their Products More Inclusive

Gucci, Target, Aerie and others have created new lines

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In June, an Instagram post promoting a luxury brand’s latest mascara became its most liked content to date. But the success of the photo, which has amassed over 800,000 likes, probably has a lot more to do with the teenager wearing it than the product itself. 

Ellie Goldstein, an 18-year-old model with Down syndrome, is the latest face of Gucci. 

Gucci is just one example of a brand that is expanding its reach by making its products and marketing more inclusive.

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