Reformation founder Yael Aflalo has publicly apologized for racist behavior via a lengthy Instagram post posted on June 8.

After the brand posted in support of the Black Lives Matter movement on May 31, several days after the killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, former employees have publicly denounced racism and poor working conditions for BIPOC in the company. Since then and even after the apology, multiple individuals have taken to various social media to share their experiences working for the brand. As noted by Fashionista, it all started when, Elle Santiago, a former Reformation employee, shared her experience working for the brand. Per Fashionista, on May 31, Santiago commented on one of the brand’s BLM posts outlining her experience. “Working for Reformation deeply traumatized me. Being overlooked and under valued as a woman of color who worked & managed…

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