The Chromat Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection that made its debut at New York Fashion Week is being celebrated as one of the most empowering shows of the season. While Chromat has always made a commitment to promoting inclusivity, its newest range of clothes was sent down the runway on an even more diverse set of women of various skin tones, body sizes and ages. Some of the models that strutted the runway included Leyna Bloom, the trans, Filipino-American model and Emme, the first plus-sized supermodel, who sported anti-chafing thigh bands with her cut-out swimsuit.
The collection of denim, corset tops and futuristic-looking eveningwear pieces crafted from golden space blankets was woven together with color-blocked 90s-inspired looks that offered an interpretation of what it looks like to be a modern goddess.
The Chromat Spring RTW Show Featured a Diverse Cast of Models
1. Body Inclusivity - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Creating fashion lines that cater to a wide range of body sizes and shapes.
2. Diversity in Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Promoting inclusivity by showcasing a diverse set of models from various ethnicities, ages, and backgrounds.
3. Sustainable Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Exploring eco-friendly materials and manufacturing processes to create fashion lines that are both stylish and environmentally responsible.
1. Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Embracing body inclusivity and diversity in casting and design to revolutionize the fashion industry.
2. Modeling - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Embracing diversity by promoting models from different ethnicities, ages, and backgrounds to redefine beauty standards in the modeling industry.
3. Sustainability - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Collaborating with fashion brands to implement sustainable practices and materials to reduce the environmental impact of clothing production.