"A child's emotional and physical welfare is not up for debate," the transgender model said.
The social activist & transgender model discusses diversity in today's fashion industry.
We're here for the transgender model, DJ, and activist's pop culture takeover.
Weeks after being fired by L'Oréal Paris, the trans model is rising above censorship and racism.
Munroe Bergdorf is back and teaming up with another ex-L’Oréal model as the face of another beauty brand.
After L'Oreal fired her, Munroe Bergdorf has found a new home with Illamasqua! The makeup company defended her comments on "all white people" being racist after she was fired from the UK campaign, and they've decided to hire her, too! Related: Jenner Sisters Slammed For This Chinese Takeout-Inspired Bag! A sneak peek of the transgender model's beautiful ads [...]
The trans model, activist, and DJ has collaborated with the brand before.
The transgender model was fired at L’Oréal for speaking out against racism & white supremacy.
L’Oréal UK last week fired the brand’s first ever trans spokesmodel, Munroe Bergdorf, after the Daily Mail published a Facebook post written by Bergdorf out of context that the company considered too incendiary. Bergdorf, a London-based DJ and activist, held the title of the first trans woman of color associated with the brand’s True Match […]
Fans on social media think Munroe Bergdorf would be perfect for Rih's brand.
L'Oreal's first transgender model, Munroe Bergdorf, was fired after a racist screed on Facebook directed at white people. The Facebook post has since been taken down, but according to People, she wrote: "Honestly I don't have energy to talk about the racial violence of white people any more. Show More Summary
Cosmetics giant L’Oreal recently fired Munroe Bergdorf for her comments regarding the white supremacist terror acts in Charlottesville. Bergdorf, a black transgender model hired as the face of the company’s diversity campaign, wrote on Facebook: Honestly I don’t have energy to talk about the racial violence of white people any more. Show More Summary
Last week we reported on Munroe Bergdorf, the L’Oréal trans model, being fired for an epic Facebook rant going in on white folks. This week, she’s making her rounds on the media circuit and explaining her views.
Munroe Bergdorf posted on social media about “the racial violence of white people” and was dropped from a makeup advertising campaign.
The new face of the cosmetic giant L’Oréal – a transgender model – has been sacked after making comments on social media about race. Munroe Bergdorf had been set to star in a new campaign before her post was reported on.
L’Oreal Paris has dropped London-based transgender model, DJ, and activist Munroe Bergdorf from a campaign (above) following a Facebook post she wrote calling out white privilege. The post, Bergdorf explained in a subsequent post, was...Show More Summary
L’Oreal Paris dropped its first transgender model after Munroe Bergdorf made remarks about institutional racism.
In a matter of days, transgender model Munroe Bergdorf went from posting her excitement after being hired by makeup brand L'Oreal Paris to calling for a boycott of the company. SEE ALSO: The dissonance between Vogue and Teen Vogue is...Show More Summary
Munroe Bergdorf was L'Oreal's first transgender model to appear in a British advertising campaign, but she's been fired after a Facebook post from last month. In the Aug. 27 post, which appears to have now been deleted, Bergdorf reportedly said, "Honestly I don’t have energy to talk about the racial...
Days after making history and winning national praise, Munroe Bergdorf has been dropped from the beauty brand.