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After founder Yael Aflalo stepped down amid racism allegations in June, the private equity-backed, cool-girl brand commissioned a third-party investigation into its corporate culture. The results cleared Aflalo of racism, but revealed broader issues at the company.
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La Mode S’Engage is fashion’s latest effort in combating the coronavirus crisis.
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