It seems like the start of the top for Terry Richardson.
Big dressmaker manufacturers are slicing ties with the rage photographer who has been accused of sexual harassment and attack via a couple of ladies through the years. Brands started publicly losing Richardson in a while after Condé Nast International, which incorporates publications like Vogue, GQ and Vanity Fair, notified its executives that it could now not paintings with the rage photographer.
Bulgari and Valentino, two manufacturers that employed Richardson for campaigns this yr, stated in statements showed via HuffPost on Tuesday that they weren’t going to rent him at some point.
“The last campaign with photographer Terry Richardson was shot in July 2017 – there are no plans for a future campaign and of course [we] take these allegations seriously,” a spokesperson for Valentino instructed The Guardian.
Bulgari not too long ago labored with Richardson for a marketing campaign with style Bella Hadid, however instructed The Daily Beast, “The campaign that was done with Terry Richardson was a one off, and there are no plans of working with him again.”
Diesel introduced in a commentary on Wednesday that it used to be additionally finishing its courting with Richardson.
“I can confirm to you that we are not collaborating with Terry Richardson for the Diesel campaign, and also that we don’t have plans to work with him,” a spokesperson instructed The Daily Beast.
Condé Nast’s govt vice chairman and COO, James Woolhouse, stated in an e-mail on Monday night time ― which used to be first reported via The Telegraph and later showed via HuffPost ― that “Any shoots that have been commission[ed] or any shoots that have been completed but not yet published, should be killed and substituted with other material.”
Richardson answered to the Condé Nast information on Tuesday, however has now not made an professional commentary concerning the manufacturers that now refuse to paintings with him.