“I do feel that Iman and I will not shut up until it gets to the point where it’s equal, balanced,” she said.
“I mean, I did look online at the couture shows and it was a little bit disappointing.”
”This week we’re starting off in New York,” Campbell added, according to WWD. “We do a count [of diverse models]. We really hope it’s not going to go backwards — I always try to be optimistic — but if it does, then they will hear us again.”
Last year, Campbell, who first started modeling when she was 15, revealed she doesn’t plan on retiring until black models are equally represented in the fashion industry.
“I didn’t work 28 years for it to be a trend,” she said of racial diversity.
“That’s one of the things that keeps me wanting to work. I can’t duck out yet; I feel I still have to represent.”