American actor Tommy Dorfman has called out the fashion brand Ferragamo after the company made a post in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Tommy was the photographer and curator of the brand’s Viva Viva campaign, which was released back in February. In a post on his Instagram Stories, Tommy opened up about his experience working on the shoot.
“The people who run this company are racist, They are transphobic. They are not body-positive. They will say ‘but we have cast black people and trans people’ which is true, but only by force of hand. And those numbers remain small. And they fail to treat them equally. Only because of rage and threats to pull out of shooting a campaign for them did they succumb.”
The fashion brand are yet to react to Tommy’s allegations, but reactions to their post to support the BLM movement got called out for reflecting the opposite: