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See Me Now: A fashion film with a social conscience

by Beckypublished on 13th April 2021

Glen Mackay was at a fashion show overseas and was told “the darker the skin, the uglier they’re considered”. He decided to call upon some of his friends in fashion industry to address this, and prove that beauty is all about feeling comfortable in your skin. ‘See Me Now’ is a fashion film with a social conscience.

Produced and Directed by Glen Mackay.
The designers:
Anita Quansah – http://www.anitaquansah.com
Arefa – http://www.anitaquansah.com
Bestow Elan – http://www.bestowelan.com
BIBI London – http://www.bibilondon.com
CHiCHiA – http://chichia.bigcartel.com
Chika Couture – http://www.chikacouture.com
Kaninda – http://www.kaninda.com.au
Maysmode – https://www.facebook.com/maysmode/
Pialove – http://pialovedesign.com
Sholly Jaay – https://www.facebook.com/shollyjaay
Valeria Marquisa Millinery – https://www.facebook.com/valeriamarquisa

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