Fresh reports in the Los Angeles Times and the Financial Times detail how Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood superproducer who more than 50 women have accused of sexual misconduct, used fashion industry clout and legal maneuvering to find even more victims — and then keep them quiet.

The Los Angeles Times investigation features interviews with nearly a dozen fashion industry insiders and details of at least two previously unreported incidents. In all, 11 current and former fashion models accused Weinstein of a “wide range of sexual misconduct.”

As he cemented his kingpin status in Hollywood, Weinstein increasingly forayed into fashion, producing the long-running “Project Runway” TV show, which launched in 2004, and investing in 2007 in the Halston fashion label, where he became a board member.

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