Sexual harassment comes in many forms and happens to people across socio-economic spectrums. However, it has been the recent rash of reports among celebrities and public figures that has really brought sexual harassment awareness into the mainstream. The modeling industry, in particular, has had a reputation for turning a blind eye on sexual harassment in the past that could be changing for the better as a result of this movement.
Condé Nast, publisher of such famous magazines as Glamour, Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, and Allure, has been working on a new code of conduct since October 2017 with plans to implement early this year, according to a New York Times report.
The code of conduct aims to make photo shoots safer for models and staffers, attempting to curb sexual harassment before it begins. Continue reading