New York Fashion Week (NYFW) is back and more viral than ever. Fashion has proven time and again that it isn't immune to societal issues. This season as NYFW stomps out across the city, socially distancing itself from Spring Studios to Battery Park, Supermodels Unlimited Magazine(SU) is taking a moment to kneel down and lace up their ballet heels to remind us that not everything should return to normal. There are some injustices that need to end, and what better time to shine a light on these travesties than while the world is healing and learning from its missteps. SU feels every designer should be given a moment to shine, no matter their skin color, or neighborhood. "Diversity in fashion is a celebration of talents and design amongst a community of representation that allows every person to see someone like them have a big moment while showing strength in coming together, to display the beauty in all types of individuals. Diversity is key to true worldly influence and connection," says Jordan Kimball from The Bachelorette, & Bachelor in Paradise. "The stage should always mirror the audience."