Munroe Bergdorf finally has what she originally wanted: A campaign that truly celebrates diversity. The trans model is one of the new faces of the makeup line Illamasqua.
Rihanna's newly launched, inclusive Fenty Beauty line has a whopping 40 shades to match nearly every skin tone.
French fashion powerhouses LVMH and Kering announced today that size zero models will no longer be allowed in their catwalk shows and photoshoots. The likes of Gucci, Saint Laurent, and Dior have all agreed.
Huffine has just unveiled her latest project: a size-inclusive capsule collection for lingerie and swimwear line Fortnight, called CH x Fortnight.
L’Oréal’s new campaign for its Voluminous Mascara line features accomplished, iconic, diverse, gorgeous women.
Are fashion week runways really becoming more diverse? Despite a Feb. 23 report showing that diversity at New York Fashion Week has been on the rise in recent years, that doesn’t mean it’s even close to where it should be. Neal Farinah, Beyoncé’s go-to hairstylist, isn’t at all impressed with how far the fashion industry has come.
Shopping for flesh-toned clothing, accessories, and intimates if your flesh doesn’t match the peachy beige hue the industry calls “nude” can be a struggle.
Emma Watson appears in a 2013 ad for a Lancome skin-whitening cream — and her fans are outraged, with one tweet calling her “an advocate for skin lightening.”
While the discussion over the lack of minorities in this year’s Academy Awards nominations is at an all-time high here in the US, across the pond, actor Idris Elba has thoughts about the need to change the landscape of movies and television.