You don't need to be a red carpet expert to know that fashion is closely linked to Hollywood. Of course, movies can reflect and popularize fashion at the time, and movies can also shape the fashion world. From the fans of urban women who wore men's clothing after watching Diane Keaton at Anne Hall to Black Panther in 2018, their interest in African futuristic clothing has attracted attention. Fashion has been shaping movies. In other words, what happened in Hollywood will have a ripple effect on the entire fashion industry and affect high-end fashion show models and ordinary shoppers.

Unfortunately, the lack of diversity can have a domino effect on the fashion industry. In response to the Academy's nomination of all whites for all major performing arts Academy Awards for two consecutive years, April Reign lawyer created the famous #OscarsSoWhite label in 2015. In short, has the situation improved since then? Some gaps are closing; people of color make up about 40% of the U.S. population, and occupy about 28% of the starring roles in blockbusters in 2019, an improvement from previous years. However, these exciting statistics should not be distracting.

recent. The 2020 Hollywood Diversity Report of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) concludes that Hollywood still has not shown the "fundamental structural changes" needed for true equality. The camera and executive roles remain white and male. Among the directors who made a sensation in 2019, only 15.1% of women, only 14.4% of ethnic minorities, and 17.4% of women and 13.9% of people of color in writing credits. Of the 11 major studios studied by UCLA, 91% of the C-level executives were white and 82% were male. These authority figures have had a huge impact on the way Hollywood does business, making the film industry long-standing, where women and people of color earn far less than white male co-stars and actors.

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