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Mario Testino and Bruce Weber Banned from Condé Nast over sexual exploitation accusations

The New York Times has reported on alleged sexual exploitation by two of the biggest photographers in the fashion business. Publishing giant Condé Nast said it would stop working with both Mario Testino and Bruce Weber.

Fifteen current and former male models and thirteen male assistants and models have accused top fashion photographers Mario Testino and Bruce Weber, of coercive sexual behavior. The investigation has been in the works since the last couple of months.

Though representatives of both the accused have denied all allegations, publishing giant Condé Nast have announced, it will stop working with them. So far spokespersons for Michael Kors Holding ltd and Stuart Weitzman, have also said that they will not be working with MarioTestino in the foreseeable future.

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