FAQ

How do I access the directory?

Access to this directory is reserved only for brands and companies who commit to working with the Black In Fashion Council and Color Of Change to achieve racial equity within the fashion industry. If interested, visit the sign up page and enter your information. Representatives from Color Of Change or Black In Fashion Council will be in touch with login credentials.

Can I nominate someone to be added to the directory?

If you’d like to nominate Black-identifying talent to be included in this directory, please reach out to the Black in Fashion Council team.

Who do I contact for technical support?

Please email the team at Black In Fashion Council, and include as much information regarding your issues as possible.

Will more talent be added to this directory?

Yes. This directory will remain an ongoing project that aims to uplift existing and up-and-coming Black talent in the fashion industry. New names and profiles will be added on a rolling basis.

How does this directory work?

Use the login information provided to you by Color Of Change’s #ChangeFashion team to access the directory. Choose the desired profession and location to locate talent, review their portfolios, and contact them for any upcoming projects.

How is Color Of Change involved?

Color Of Change is funding the creation of this directory in partnership with the Black In Fashion Council via the organization’s #ChangeFashion initiative.

Who’s in charge of vetting the BIFC Directory?

Black In Fashion Council’s Lindsay Peoples Wagner and Sandrine Charles are in charge of vetting the talent within this directory. The two share decades of experience in editorial and public relations.