In an open letter to the industry.
As you’ve probably read by now, Condé Nast, publisher of some of the world’s leading magazine such as Vogue and GQ, has finally decided to stop working with famed fashion photographer Terry Richardson due to allegations of sexual misconduct, many years after those allegations first came to light. The news broke via a leaked e-mail […]
On the heels of Condé Nast severing ties with Terry Richardson, this looks like his last shoot for GQ Style Germany. The controversial photographer connects with Alexander Skarsgård for the magazine’s fall-winter 2017 edition. Skarsgård embraces a seedy demeanor for the photo shoot. Show More Summary
There's a wonderful quote from Jessica Mitford that I've found immensely useful during this past month of sexual assault and harassment revelations made about some of the entertainment industry's most powerful and influential men: 'You may not be able to...
What in the WORLD, every magazine that ever bought into this: "Richardson’s aesthetic has been described as 'sleaze fashion.' His photos feature nudity, sexual innuendo and not-so-inventive uses of popsicles. The photographer, a wiry 52-year-old who’s often seen in thickly rimmed hipster glasses and flannel shirts, leans into his 'pervy' reputation, projecting a certain male […]
Terry Richardson, a fashion photographer who has been accused of sexually assaulting multiple women over the last decade, was finally blacklisted by publishing company Condé Nast International, The Telegraph reported on Monday.
Following reports that Terry Richardson has been black-listed by leading publisher Condé Nast (owner of titles such as Vogue, GQ, Glamour and Vanity Fair), Elle has now decided to cancel and reshoot their January cover, which was originally photographed by Richardson, according to The Cut. Elle‘s 2018 cover with actress Zoë Kravitz is now being re-shot by a […]
Earlier this week, we heard about Condé Nast finally blacklisting photographer Terry Richardson over numerous allegations of sexual harassment and assault against him from models on his shoots. Now, it seems that all the "cool kids" are jumping on the bandwagon. Where the hell have all these outlets and brands been for the past decade, though?
The magazine decided to re-shoot Zoë Kravitz.
As fashion magazines and brands distance themselves from the photographer, insiders say the problem is a lot bigger than one man.
Why freedom of expression shouldn't come at the expense of women's dignity and safety.
This week in art news: Artforum’s co-publisher Knight Landesman resigned over accusations of sexual harassment, Condé Nast banned its publications from hiring photographer Terry Richardson, and a bust of Napoleon newly attributed to Rodin went on public display. The post Art Movements appeared first on Hyperallergic.
While Condé Nast has rejected Terry Richardson, along with some fashion brands, Hearst U.S. and ‘Rolling Stone’ have stayed silent. Do they want to return to business as normal?
Terry Richardson is losing more clients. Sources at both Hearst and The Wall Street Journal’s luxury supplement WSJ confirm that they have no plans to work with the controversial fashion photographer, who last faced allegations of sexual misconduct in 2014. The news comes as the fallout from the...
“I am disgusted by the nature of the allegations and can only stand strong with the women who were subjected to this abuse over the years.”
Many female artists have been photographed by or worked on music videos with Terry Richardson, among them Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, and Miley Cyrus. Richardson has had a reputation for mistreating some of his female subjects for years now, and earlier this week, Condé Nast reportedly blacklisted him from working with any of their publications.
”I am disgusted by the nature of the allegations [against Terry Richardson] and can only stand strong with the women who were subjected to this abuse over the years,” Tori Amos says Continue reading…
Brands have begun speaking out after Condé Nast renounced the photographer.
The lib enablers of perv photog Terry Richardson by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2017 If you wonder why Hollywood stayed so quiet so long about casting couch abuse behind closed doors, just look at how the entertainment industry enabled perverted sexual exploitation of women in front of the camera. Fashion magazine moguls at Conde […]
Fashion magazine moguls at Conde Nast have now reportedly blacklisted soft-porn celebrity photographer Terry Richardson from working on shoots for Vogue, GQ and Glamour. This post The Lib Enablers of Perv Photog Terry Richardson appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.