How will the Harvey Weinstein controversy change the fashion world?

Fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert discusses the impact the Harvey Weinstein scandal has had on the world of fashion, from Weinstein's wife Georgina Chapman to the comments made by designer Donna Karan.
Film producer Harvey Weinstein and his wife, designer Georgina Chapman, pose as they arrive on the red carpet for the 89th Oscars on February 26, 2017. (AFP/Getty Images)

The allegations around Harvey Weinstein, and the fallout from this story, are having an effect outside the world of film and television — another notable world effected is fashion.

Weinstein's wife Georgina Chapman runs a fashion brand called Marchesa, known for its red carpet and bridal gowns. Other people from the fashion world have been drawn into this too like the designer Donna Karan and the model Cameron Russell. 

q's fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert is a fashion director and contributor to Vogue.com. Today, she'll stop by to discuss how the Weinstein scandal might change the fashion world. 

— Produced by Cora Nijhawan


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