Tommy Hilfiger's Newest Campaign Helps Bring More Accessibility to Fashion and Marketing

Possible leads work for the brand's adaptive line

For almost as long as the length of its existence, the fashion industry has thrived on a foundation of exclusion. The bulk of its marketing has mostly centered around a seductive version of inaccessibility, selling an image of products that are only available to those with the best taste, “perfect” (see: thin and able) bodies, and most fortunate of means.

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