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Maiko Paris Debuts ‘Dear Best Friend’ Editorial

The campaign spreading love like no other.

POSTEDBYEMILY BARKHAM

Both 2020 and 2021 have been difficult years for minority groups fighting for their rights, once again.

With a new campaign named ‘Dear Best Friend’, Maiko Paris state they aim to spread love and positivity to those in need of it and force negativity and hatred further into the shadows. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The campaign centres around the idea that differences should unite people and not create distance between one another. Both the #BLM and #StopAsianHate movements showcased that although both groups have different backgrounds or beliefs, all minorities are on the same journey of a path to equality. 

Maiko Paris wrote about the campaign: “Supporting each other and educating our surroundings became a priority so that one day, we can all live in harmony.”

This campaign is nothing short of essential, take a look at the stunning shots and editorial below. 

 

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