In a new interview for Ashley Graham's podcast, the reality star admits that delighting in being told that she looked "anorexic" could legitimately offend people.
"She’s the type of model I want to be — business-savvy, serious, but hilarious," says Sailor Brinkley Cook.
As much progress as there is still to be made in the name of body diversity within American fashion (and there's plenty), the runways of New York Fashion Week are no longer off-limits to plus-size models. Starting in earnest back in 2004 with Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty, mainstream fashion magazines began casting plus-size models like Ashley Graham in their pages to much fanfare, setting the stage for consumers to harness the power of social media to amplify conversations around brand campaigns that celebrate diverse bodies — and, conversely, to tear those that don't to shreds. Which makes it all the more puzzling to watch Fashion Week after Fashion Week go by in London, Milan, and Paris and see barely any change in the range of bodies sent down the runway, or shown within the social media accounts of most luxury brands.
Ashley Graham has no time for this Instagram user who said she looks pregnant in her latest post. These types of comments are so uncalled for.
Given the recent controversies surrounding Stefano Gabbana, some of Ashley Graham’s fans aren’t happy that she took part in a Dolce & Gabbana show.
Cellulite is totally normal—which is why these celebrities with cellulite are embracing their bodies and encouraging other women to do the same.
Posing as Morgan, a red-head aspiring actress with cheek piercings who wears cat-eye glasses, Ashley Graham appears on Undercover Boss: Celebrity Edition on Friday. The curvy model, who has become the top curvy model in the world, attempts to start her career again from square one by going to an agency's open casting call. She then pretends that she doesn't have an ounce of confidence (meanwhile, her self-assurance and positivity is something that she's become known for) on a photo shoot.
This time of year especially, our social media feeds are constantly flooded with images of beachside Instababes lounging in all sorts of covetable bits of nylon, so the online data pros over at Lyst decided to track the influence they really have over what we choose to go swimming ...
For the fashion industry’s most prestigious awards ceremony on Monday night, model Ashley Graham chose a flesh-toned Vera Wang dress from the designer’s 2019 Bridal collection. Graham looked stunning in the svelte, form-fitting silk mermaid gown featuring an off-the-shoulder neckline, bandeau bodice, and sheer midfriff. Graham topped off the look with a bold red lip and styled her hair in loose waves.
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Jenn August says that seeing celebrities on Instagram be "unapologetically themselves" gave her the courage to embrace her hemangioma birthmark.
The body-positive activist seems to want to inspire others to hit the gym, and she just shared another of her impressive workout moves.
Model and body positive activist Ashley Graham shared a Mother’s Day post on Instagram, and it’s clear that her mom is one of her role models.
Blake Lively had one of the most dramatic changes, slipping into a sequin tartan ensemble.
On Monday night at the Met Gala, Ashley Graham interpreted the “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” theme in her own way.