NEW YORK, Aug. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Glammonitor.com, the investigative journalism news outlet focused on the fashion, beauty and entertainment industries, announced today that Australian activist and fashion model Victoria Keon-Cohen, the founding chair of the Equity Models' Committee, has joined the innovative journalism start-up as contributor-at-large.
"Victoria Keon-Cohen could have chosen to write for any publication in the world and we are honored she has chosen to write for us," said Matan Uziel, General Manager of Glammonitor.com. "This is a strong statement from a fashion insider with such an esteemed advocacy experience and an outstanding drive to address serious issues in the fashion industry and the wellbeing of fashion models in particular."
Holly Robertson, Glammonitor.com's Editor-in-Chief, commented, "Naturally, I'm very pleased with the development. Victoria's decision to join our team shows that high-profile people in the fashion world are taking note of our mission to expose wrongdoings in the industry, and I have no doubt that she will be an absolute credit to Glammonitor.com."
Victoria's column will cover a wide range of global fashion issues, and will also address readers' questions on wrongdoings in the industry, allowing her to engage in ongoing conversation with readers.
"I am thrilled and feel very humbled to write for Glammonitor.com and be part of a collective voice dedicated to further advancing good will throughout our industries. Glammonitor.com plays a crucial part in raising awareness and impacting change for us all," said Keon-Cohen.
Glammonitor.com is an independent publication serving as a watchdog for the global fashion and beauty industries. Founded in 2014, Glammonitor.com shines light on exploitation, corruption and abuse in industries that exude and promote glamour. Glammonitor.com encourages transparency and celebrates positive societal reforms, primarily within the fashion and beauty industries, as well as on media representations of women, women's rights worldwide and other social issues.
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