From California to North Carolina, they proudly celebrated their natural hair. "We're going to do whatever we can to ensure that this experience is bigger and better every year," said Tracey Coleman, one of the founders of Curlfest. Meet eight women (and men!) who opened up to "Good Morning America" about why they celebrate their natural hair and how they define black beauty.
Kimberly Wilson is a freelance lifestyle and travel writer as well as a body positive advocate. Unfortunately, however, cute and comfy options haven't always been readily available for bigger-sized babes.
Now, fans of the wizarding world of "Harry Potter" can get the best cruelty-free beauty products right at their doorstep. Evanna Lynch, the Irish actress who played the wizarding naturalist Luna Lovegood in the blockbuster franchise, announced that she's turning to fans to launch her own beauty box for those who love beauty, but also love animals.
Kim Kardashian West said that when she has worn braids, it's cultural inspiration, not cultural appropriation — as some critics have charged. Kardashian West, 37, continued, "My daughter actually loves braids, like this last time I wore [them]. Since early this year, Kardashian West has repeatedly sported braided locks.
Meghan Markle made a bold splash into Britain’s royal family when she wed Prince Harry in May. The Duchess of Sussex, 36, stepped out in a blush pink dress by House of Nonie and nude pumps while joining Harry at the Nelson Mandela 100th anniversary exhibit in London Tuesday. Before that, Meghan wore shades of either cream or blush to at least five public engagements since her May 19 wedding to Harry.
As fans of Netflix's "Queer Eye" know, style expert Tan France believes that in order to feel your best, you must dress the part. In a new interview with "GMA," France explained that if a man or woman does not make the effort to dress well, it's going to be more difficult for that person to achieve the things for which they're striving.
17 fall must-haves you can get on super sale now originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.comIt’s sale season! Retailers turning the sleepy days of summer into a shopping bonanza by offering steep discounts, often more than 50 percent off on the clothes you’ll actually want to wear for years to come.Nordstrom is leading the way by slashing prices on their best fall must-haves.And while it’s hard to believe you’ll need coats and boots anytime soon, now is your chance to stock up on key pieces that will let you build a new fall wardrobe you’ll love. ...
"GMA" teamed up with the magazine First for Women to ask their readers what part of their body they are trying to target. The magazine's editor-at-large, fashion guru Bahar Takhtehchian, then recommends what to wear to instantly appear 10 pounds lighter. Here, each woman shares what they are concerned about and Takhtehchian breaks down what to wear if you have a similar body type.
This fashion illustrator uses household objects to make sketches that will inspire you. Edgar Artis is studying fashion design and technology at IFA Paris. Artis says fashion has always been his passion.
Get your credit cards ready -- the Nordstrom sale is here. "Good Morning America" got a sneak peak of what's up for grabs and well, you're going to have a hard time choosing. "GMA" has affiliate partnerships, so we will get a small share of revenue from your purchases through these links.
There's a new hair color trend making a splash that's inspired by one of our favorite school snacks, the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The mix of the purple jelly and brown peanut butter complement each other to create dimension in the hair. To make this yummy look, hair colorists dye their client’s hair a purple and caramel color.
Aerie, the lingerie brand from American Eagle, has rolled out a campaign featuring models from a variety of backgrounds. There is a woman who has vitiligo, one using arm crutches, and one showing off her body hair. "Look at this disability representation people!!! Also look at me because I cant believe it's actually me so yeah," tweeted Aerie model Abby Sams.
Meghan Markle is bringing the boatneck neckline back in fashion. The Duchess of Sussex has rocked the look at seven -- and counting -- official appearances, beginning with her May 19 wedding to Prince Harry. Duchess Meghan's Givenchy wedding dress featured a boat neckline that has quickly become her signature style.
More women than ever are now able to shop at J. Crew. The clothing brand announced Tuesday that it had launched a new line of tops, pants, skirts and dresses that range from XXS to 5X. Universal Standard, a label that specializes in inclusive fashion, collaborated on the collection.
As temps continue to keep us seeking AC, shade, or wardrobe pieces that feel breezy in oven-like conditions, we find ourselves gravitating towards long flowing dresses and simple, open flats that feel just a step above going barefoot. This tiered dress has the summer’s ideal cut.
ASOS is becoming more inclusive than ever before. Reporter and Paralympic hopeful Chloe Ball-Hopkins collaborated on the design, which features a hem that's longer in the back to help prevent the pants from riding up, and adjustable cuffs for setting sleeve length. "So over the last several months I have been working with @ASOS to create a fashionable, yet practical waterproof all in one!" she tweeted.
The sun's damaging rays can put a damper on time outdoors but there is a fast solution: The clothes you wear. UPF (Ultraviolet protection factor) clothing provides an instant physical barrier from the sun on areas of the body that the clothing covers, according to stylist Melissa Garcia.
CoverGirl spokeswoman Issa Rae is just one of the famous faces tapped to unveil the beauty brand's biggest collection of foundations -- ever. The beauty brand announced last month in a press release that Matte Made -- which is perfect for summer, by the way -- would add an additional 26 shades to their existing TruBlend foundation family.
Here are their top picks for clothes and accessories perfect for your summertime adventures -- whether you are eating ice cream, hitting the water park or celebrating the Fourth of July with friends. The ice cream parlor is the school-age version of a local coffee shop, according to Zooey. Old Navy's Clean-Slate Boyfriend Shorts with clean slate technology, which features a stain-repellent fabric, according to Bergamotto.
Fashion designer Kate Spade -- who started her namesake company in 1993 and grew it into a massive empire including clothes, jewelry, perfume and furniture -- was found dead in her New York City apartment Tuesday morning after apparently taking her own life, police sources said.
Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, chose to forego perfectly coiffed hair on her wedding day for a look that more embraces her relaxed, California style. Duchess Meghan, 36, walked down the aisle to marry Prince Harry at St. George's Chapel with her hair pulled back in a relaxed "messy" bun, with strands of hair even showing on her face.The look was created by New York City-based celebrity hairstylist Serge Normant, who said it was "surreal" to styled Meghan's hair on her wedding day. Normant confirmed Sunday that he styled Meghan's hair in a messy bun, and shared how he did it.
With Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry less than 24 hours away, the question of who will design Markle's wedding gown remains a hot topic among royal watchers and the fashion industry alike. Roland Mouret and Ralph & Russo's Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo, are designers who have emerged over the past months as some of the talked-about contenders for the dream job of designing Markle's gown. Mouret, a native of France who now calls London home, is a friend of Markle as they met in Istanbul, Turkey, years ago.
The U.K.'s crème de la crème will be dressed in their finest as the world watches Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot at St. George’s Chapel on May 19. Like anything else associated with the royal family, wedding attire follows a historic tradition. The most beloved tradition is likely the fascinator, a centuries-old headwear trend that the British love to wear at royal unions.
Aren't you tired of your strap slipping? It's time to get serious about your bra, an essential part of looking flawless.Elisabeth Dale, who founded The Breast Life, agreed. The bra expert warned that "without the right foundations, and the right style of bra in particular," we're at risk at creating a fashion faux pas.Lori Kaplan, who has worked in the bra-fitting business for 40 years and owns New York City's Bra Tenders, told ABC News the bra is also important "to protect your breasts. ...
Although the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is mainly about music -- as The Weeknd performed Friday night and Beyonce and Eminem are expected to hit the stage this weekend -- it's also about style. Kylie Jenner perfectly embodied one style this year we expect to see all festival season long: bright hair. Singer Inas X also tried the look by adding colorful extensions and creating a high fishtail ponytail.