A regent, from the Latin regens, "[one] reigning", or regency council is a person or group of persons selected to act as head of state.
World Fashion Organization's Regent as Goodwill Ambassador is a collective term sometimes used as a substitute honorific title or a title of honor for an Ambassador of Goodwill; but, most appropriately for a generic recognition, it is a job position or description that is usually indicated following the name of the individual recognized in the position. As Goodwill ambassadors for World Fashion Organization, WFO Regents generally deliver goodwill or promote ideals from one entity to another, or to a population.
World Fashion Organization works with Regents on a variety of labels around the world to increase public awareness of Peace through Fashion and of World Fashion Organization's work promoting those goals. Since celebrities began working with World Fashion Organization, they have helped sway government policies on behalf of fashion industry, publicize fashion industry's issues around the globe and provide with help for World Fashion Organization-supported programs such as World Fashion Week, World Fashion Awards, World Fashion Peace Prize, World Fashion Exhibition and many others.
Our relationship with celebrities, like all our work, is guided by World Fashion Organization’s vision and values, based on the World Fashion Organization’s Mission Statement and the priorities of World Fashion Organization's Strategic Plan.
A set of World Fashion Organization rules has been developed to guide the appointment and management of any Regent affiliated with a WFO organization. These rules are reflected in the World Fashion Organization guidelines.
Our website will help World Fashion Organization offices and WFO National and Regional Chapters namely World Fashion Associations recruit Regents and manage successful relationships with them in support of World Fashion Organization's mission and goals.