Oh, baby! Just days after a pregnant model hit the runways at New York Fashion Week, a London fashion show has featured a new mom modeling a breast pump.
The oldest of Madonna's six kids proved she's a chip off the old Material Girl block in her provocative runway debut.
Nicolette Mason, a co-founder of the fashion line Premme, says most modeling agencies don't sign models above a size 14.
Plus-size model Madeline Jones wondered how she could tell other women to "love yourself, love your body" when multiple sclerosis caused her body to attack itself.
Curvy model Amelia Stubbs is speaking out after being fat-shamed by an L.A.-based magazine employee.
We’re still very much celebrating fashion's firsts, like Louis Vuitton having a Black model open its spring 2018 show for the first time in its 163-year history, or Vogue finally hiring a Black photographer to shoot its cover story, because it reminds us that progress is being made. Though there still much discussion to be had about representation of all kinds — race, gender, age, ability — New York Fashion Week is off to a progressive start thanks to Elite New York’s latest signing: Aaron Philip, a gender-nonconforming trans woman with cerebral palsy who uses a motorized wheelchair.
Porcelain skin, clear blue eyes, and a striking white streak on her forehead and in her hair: Meet Tia Jonsson, the 21-year-old model who embraces her vitiligo.
The plus-size model and influencer Alex LaRosa also shares brands that get it right.
In New York City, Gigi Hadid stepped out in a duo of Cher Horowitz-approved beauty looks that were made for hair flipping your way back to school.
From lounging on a beach to binging Netflix, this is how celebrities got a little R&R this Labor Day weekend.
The Brazilian supermodel's Senegalese braids have raised concerns about cultural appropriation.
From the original French pharmacy face cream to the ultimate pore-shrinking tonic, here are ten beauty products you can find in every model’s kit.
Curve model and body positivity activist La’Shaunae Steward isn’t playing around when it comes to championing size diversity. In April, just ahead of the launch of her shoe collection with Jeffrey Campbell, Steward told Refinery29 that she won’t stop until women of all sizes appear in campaigns and on the runway. Last week, Steward launched Inclus Models, a platform that wants to help unsigned models “who don’t start at 5’8” and don’t end at a size 18” get scouted by major agencies.