Marc Jacobs X Rubric Initiative: the New York designer supports an inclusive mentoring program.

In partnership with the Rubric Initiative, the former Louis Vuitton designer is the mentor of an initiative launched last spring in New York. Objective: to help young people of color enter the fashion world.

Luxury goods are definitely raising their inclusive profile on the other side of the Atlantic.


Recently, Dior (Lvmh group) announced that, in partnership with rapper IDK, it had designed the uniforms for the participants in the No Label Academy for the start of the 2023 academic year, a mini-program at Harvard University to help young people from underprivileged ethnic backgrounds get their start in the music business.


But before Dior, Marc Jacobs, another creator in the Lvmh galaxy and owner of his own Maison, also contributed to the project.


Last March, the man who gave Louis Vuitton a new aura began sharing his vision with young designers from minority ethnic groups.


Opening up the world of fashion

He has joined forces with the Rubric Initiative, an organization launched in 2020 with the aim of opening up the world of fashion.

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