Why is the swimsuit industry so racist?

In an exclusive interview with RTE Sport, the CEO of the Swimwear Industry Association (SIA), Jeanette McCauley, talks about how she feels about how the industry views women in swimwear and the recent backlash against her organisation.

“That is why we have a number of things in place to ensure that our members will feel welcome and valued in our organisation.” “

McCAKES PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS In a statement released this morning, SIA said: “We are delighted to welcome Jeanette back to the SIA Board as we look forward to working together in an exciting new role. “

That is why we have a number of things in place to ensure that our members will feel welcome and valued in our organisation.” 

The SIA is a voluntary body that represents the majority of swimwear retailers. “

She will be able to further our efforts to encourage diversity within the industry, and work to support our members across all sectors, in the pursuit of the highest standards of excellence in women’s swimwear.” 

The SIA is a voluntary body that represents the majority of swimwear retailers.

It is made up of the biggest retailers in the world and has over 3,000 members.

Its board comprises representatives from the major brands, including: Adidas, Gap, LVMH, Nike, Ralph Lauren, Puma and Vans.

Last year, it received the Sustainability Award at the annual Women in Fashion Summit in Milan.

SIA also won the SOTY in 2018. 

The organisation is chaired by a board of executives.