Her latest collaboration with New York & Company marks the one-year anniversary of the Gabrielle Union Collection, which seeks to empower women through Union's line of statement sweaters, off-the-shoulder dresses, plaid jumpsuits, wide-leg trousers, and suiting.
"I shouldn't have to question why the image of beauty looks nothing like me!" said Agnes Beda, the 25-year-old hand model featured in this viral Beauty Bakerie foundation video.
According to Khloe Kardashian’s Good American co-founder Emma Grede, the denim company’s foray into activewear is going to be game-changer. “The fashion industry is notorious for catering to a specific shape and size,” Grede tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
When Madewell made its first foray into "extended sizing" this past spring, customers were less than impressed: The brand merely took its denim from a size 32 up to a size 35, with many shoppers noting that the extended sizes didn't even fit properly. For its Fall 2018 collection, Madewell is ...
McGrady is on a mission to change perceptions of what it means to be beautiful.
Fashion has a diversity problem. Virgil Abloh, Louis Vuitton's menswear designer, is only the third Black man to hold a leading position at a major French house. While progress is being made – there's been a 2.3% increase in model diversity at fashion month since last year – there's still a long way to go.
Full Figured Fashion Week has been empowering women through plus-size fashion for the past 10 years, long before plus-size fashion broke through at New York Fashion Week.
Joan Smalls opens up about her new Smart & Sexy swimwear line, the importance of inclusivity, and making her first foray into film.
Transgender model and activist Munroe Bergdorf describes her tumultuous journey of transitioning and finding her voice in a world that never understood her.
People with various skin conditions answer uncomfortable questions — "What's on your face? Did it hurt? Are you a ghost?" — in a powerful photo series by New York City photographer Peter DeVito.
"I want to encourage people to think more about the anthropology of beauty instead of creating content without a deeper meaning," says Tinted founder Deepica Mutyala.
Shaun Ross is a prime example of what it means to break traditional standards of beauty, challenge the status quo, and persevere.
Even as some are loving the diversity in this group of gal pals, most commenters are not happy with the black Barbie's hairstyle at all.
"It's important that I say, 'Listen, I'm using my privilege and my platform to show you how much beauty there is in the African-American community,'" said Zendaya.
Many owners of the new brand additions have had diversity top of mind and at the core of their companies since inception.
Ellarie feels blessed for the opportunities she's had thus far, but she has said she "would like to see more people like me represented.”
The beauty industry brings in big bank, but there's still a disconnect between brands and shoppers when it comes to making sure everyone feels "represented."
As fashion brands and retailers grapple with how to be more inclusive, they are looking within their own ranks, casting employees in their fashion ads.
Yahoo Lifestyle enlisted six experts, all of whom champion diversity within their work, as judges for the 2018 Diversity in Beauty Awards.
There seems to be a pattern of optimal greatness here, and it's crystal clear why Fenty Beauty was also awarded "Invention of the Year" by Time in 2017.
In the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students have launched a social media platform to help amplify the stories of gun violence that don't get told.