We the undersigned call for a reform of the Fashion Design Council of Canada.
For the FDCC to meet the needs of Canadian Designers it requires new leadership, the fashion industry desperately needs a leader that will genuinely earn the respect of the community, one who has ability to bring together members of the fashion community instead of alienating many who have contributed to the industry.
1. The termination of Ms. Robin Kay as president of the FDCC
2..Voting rights for fashion designers be reinstated for all workings of the FDCC.
3. Audited financial statements be published and provided to members for the past 5 years
4 .Notices for meetings and AGM be communicated publically on the FDCC website.
5. An Ombudsperson be set up to investigate any complaints against Robin Kay and the FDCC.
6. Board members and the president of the FDCC be elected by its members
Fashion designers need to take back control of L'Oreal Fashion Week and the Fashion Design Council of Canada.
We look forward to your feedback but please keep your comments professional and constructive.
Fashion Community of Toronto
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Fashion Week Scandal http://watch.star-tv.com/etalk/this-week/tuesday-october-21-2008/#clip105041 http://www.outtv.ca/blog/2008/10/21/shock-and-yawn-day-one-of-loreal-fashion-week/ Robin Kay says less with much more at L'Oreal Fashion Week http://www.nationalpost.com/todays_paper/story.htmlid=899290 Fashion Week organizer sorry after drunken speech http://www.thestar.com/living/Fashion/article/522861
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