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Although last night incited joy . the celebration was somewhat tempered by the responsibility to continue the fight. Radiant in blue and very pregnant, Shijuade Kadree, The Center’s chief advocacy officer, took to the stage to describe the inequalities that exist even in Manhattan.

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“In New York State,” she explained, “there is currently a piece of law called the Gay Trans ‘Panic’ Defense . This is not some antiquated law on the books that isn’t used.” Kadree continued to cite the 2013 case in which a man received a lesser sentence for beating a trans woman to death after claiming that his discovery of the victim’s sex triggered him into violent rage. The crowd murmured and shifted as many, including myself, in which the fashion industry has finally begun addressing its environmental impact. were ignorant of the law and its recent applications. After dinner, singer-songwriter LP performed three songs. Between sets, the native New Yorker demurred that nothing she could say would equal the eloquence of those who already spoke, but through her art, she would try. In “Lost on You,” LP crooned—her electric voice filling the wood-paneled hall—lyrics that captured the feelings expressed throughout the night: “When you get older, plainer, saner, will you remember all the danger we came from?/ Burning like embers, falling, tender, longing for the days of no surrender/ You will know.”When Julie de Libran’s five-year run as artistic director at Sonia Rykiel ended in March, she wasted no time starting a new project: In Paris—a city chockablock with languishing creative directors in holding patterns between big jobs—de Libran is launching a label of her own. The project—a small collection of dresses, for starters—is not only right for de Libran; it jibes nicely with our current moment, in which the fashion industry has finally begun addressing its environmental impact. 
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