"I'm sure I'll find out through the grapevine if any curvier than their usual model" is used for this year's Victoria's Secret show, Lawley wrote, adding, "I'm a little hopeful but not at all at the same time."
Homecoming kings and queens might be a thing of the past, as schools move toward using fewer labels to create a more inclusive educational and social environment.
The Australian model took to her Instagram to post a photo of herself with 3-year-old daughter Ripley and announced she's created an online petition in an attempt to get people to boycott the famous lingerie show.
In fact, according to The Fashion Spot's bi-annual diversity report, the spring 2019 season (which counts 76 major shows and 2,203 model appearances) was the most representative across different races, sizes, ages, and genders, ever. In fact, half of the top 10 models of the season were women of color (including Sora Cho, Adut Akech, and Yoon Young Bae).
"Sustainability was not something that was on the top of my mind when I started designing," explained Gypsy Sport designer Rio Uribe. "But as I made collections more and more often I would have inventory that I was sitting on... I hated having that much waste in my life." Uribe was perched ...
Back in July, ahead of the release of "Crazy Rich Asians," Prabal Gurung talked about how important Asian representation is in the media — especially in fashion. "I would like fashion to also be conscious about the power that we have, the visual power of changing the world," he told Fashionista. ...
Critics are calling the curvy model out for perpetuating an "unhealthy" lifestyle, but her fans love how real she is.
In a historic moment, Chella Man has just become the first deaf, trans model to be signed to IMG.
Through the #TeeUpChange campaign, plus-size e-commerce retailer, Dia & Co, and the CFDA hope to champion size inclusivity.
At the end of the day, says curvy influencer CeCe Olisa, "I’m the person that really matters. So even if [all my followers] all think I’m great, if I don’t, then that’s a problem."
Plus-size model Tess Holiday appears on the latest issue of Cosmopolitan U.K. and has a lot to say.
Instead of relying on the industry to readily embrace the 67% of women who are over a size 14, people like Katie Sturino, who runs the website The 12ish Style, is leading the charge when it comes to asking brands to expand their size range. Last week, Sturino shared with her Instagram followers that she was tired of the limited options available in her size. You guys, I can’t stop!!! I’ve hit my limit with designers who don’t consider my body type! Please post your frustrated fitting room selfies and the styles you wish were available to you with the #MakeMySize hashtag...they are listening...let them know❤️ (these are @frame jeans size 32/XL/14) PS: thought I’d give you a break from my bra being exposed PS if you want jeans that DO fit check out my @jcrew post! They go up to a 37!
theCurvyCon 2018, to be live-streamed on Yahoo Lifestyle, will offer new features at its three-day celebration of plus-size diversity and fashion.
Every December, we review the hundreds of magazine covers that are released by leading U.S. fashion publications each year to quantify how diverse our domestic newsstands are, and how representative they are of the U.S. as a nation. In 2017, we were disappointed to report that diversity on the ...
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.
Jess Miller is used to not quite fitting in other people's boxes. As the first plus-size model signed to New York-based agency The Lions, as a queer person who spent the last three years working for a Christian church and as an outspokenly religious person in the often secular world of fashion, ...