Viewers complained about a swimsuit model featured in the brand's commercial, claiming her rib cage was “prominent.”
How does Tracee Ellis Ross maintain her fit figure when she isn’t acting, hosting, or making us laugh? “Black-ish” returns for season 5 on October 16th and she’s hosting the American Music Awards on October 9th, but Ross certainly hasn’t been slacking with her time off. How she stays in shape in three words: Tracy Anderson Method.
Dove hosted an event where writer and television producer Shonda Rhimes spoke to over 300 girls and women about confidence and challenging beauty stereotypes.
"I won’t be thinking about love handles that I did or didn’t have or whether or not I had a flat stomach," the actress shared on Build recently.
“I’ve never felt like I needed to change. I’ve always thought, ‘If you want somebody different, pick somebody else,’” she once said.
“I'm a U.S. size 6 to 8, so if that's how I’m being spoken to in a gym, you can imagine what people say to people who are larger than that,” the actress noted.
Plus-size shoppers want clothing that fits their diverse figures, athletic wear that actually performs, and better styles for men.
Joy Nash may be a beacon of body confidence now, but it wasn’t always this way. “I kind of had a contentious relationship with some family members when I was growing up,” the Dietland star reveals to Yahoo Lifestyle at theCURVYcon in New York City on Friday.
For Nikki Bella, Jennifer Lopez has been a source of inspiration from a young age just as much as sports has been.
"Project Runway" winner Ashley Nell Tipton reveals that the secret of a successful outfit is what you put on your body first.
Here's what it takes to feel good in your clothes and — perhaps more important — about what's underneath them.
Nicolette Mason, a co-founder of the fashion line Premme, says most modeling agencies don't sign models above a size 14.
On Friday at the Chromat fashion show, a curvy model walked the runway wearing a statement T-shirt that read "Sample Size."
Three models made their runway debut at theCURVYcon and the crowd reaction was priceless.
Plus-size women have one major shopping gripe: It’s really hard to find clothing in their size. Designer Tracy Reese laid out some key reasons why.
Following LOFT‘s inclusive runway show at theCURVYcon was a panel discussion on size diversity in the fashion industry featuring singer-songwriter Lizzo. Lizzo attends #TeeUpChange Campaign Launch Hosted By Dia&Co. and the CFDA at theCURVYcon on September 7, 2018 in New York City. Later in the panel, Dia & Co shared the news of its T-shirt campaign with the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) to fund size-inclusive fashion education programs, and Lizzo felt emotional about seeing her ‘Worship me’-emblazoned’ T-shirt modeled on the runway.
Williams, 38, stepped away from the U.S. Open to talk about growth in plus-size fashion. The athlete and designer of the brand EleVen likened size discrimination in fashion to gender inequality in tennis.
Through the #TeeUpChange campaign, plus-size e-commerce retailer, Dia & Co, and the CFDA hope to champion size inclusivity.
In fashion, representation isn't given — it's earned. Last season's Fashion Spot diversity report — a biannual digest that logs runway diversity in all forms — showed the fall 2018 runways experienced the first regression in plus-size model castings in two years.
Four years after launching her popular eponymous blog, Hayet Rida is joining the lineup of influencers at New York City's theCURVYcon to talk about body positivity and size diversity in the fashion industry.