This year saw more plus-size models than any other year in NYFW’s history, and we also saw plus-EXCLUSIVE shows like Addition Elle and Torrid and queer fashion showcases like Dapper Q that highlight gender expression.
It was so unexpected to hear from someone so beautiful and strong that they’ve felt the same uneasy feelings that we all have. I can’t tell you how comforting it was.
The plus-size supermodel recently served good face at the Harper's Bazaar Celebration of "ICONS by Carine Roitfeld" wearing a super-sexy smoky eye that's actually easy to copy.
While fashion icons Grace Jones and Pat Cleveland were noted as being muses for the look, lots of people still weren't all that into it.
After crossing Fashion Week off her bucket list, Glamour features editor Lauren Chan's big moment was almost ruined by negative personal attacks on Instagram.
Not too far in the past, there was no positive representation of plus-size bodies anywhere, plus-size fashion was basically nonexistent (and if it did exist, it was mediocre at best), and the term itself was almost said in a whisper.
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Ashley Graham thinks NYFW runways are missing plus-size girls this season. That includes Rihanna's Fenty x Puma show.
Model and businesswoman Ashley Graham released the newest line of her Ashley Graham Collection lingerie, sold online by plus-size retailer Addition Elle, which also hosted its New York Fashion Week show on Sept. 11, in which model-of-the-moment Jordyn Woods walked.
While the usual trends of bold reds, cool nudes, and high-gloss blacks are prominent, simple (read: one swipe of color) nail art is really taking off.
Jim Carrey doesn't believe in icons, yet he walked the red carpet at the Harper's Bazaar 'Icons' party on Saturday night because he wanted to find the "most meaningless thing" he could attend. Talking to E! News' Catt Sadler, Carrey slammed the event's theme.
NEW YORK (AP) — On the fifth day of New York Fashion Week, Tracy Reese gave voice to her models — literally. Victoria Beckham presented a light-hearted collection that relied on colors inspired by playdough and ice cream. And the Public School label offered a pointed message on immigration.
The appearance was a big one for Richie's fashion week modeling career, as Scott's show has always included a star-studded modeling cast, and this year proved to be no different.
The body-positive, curve-embracing event called theCURVYcon is in NYC on Sept. 8-9, bringing designers, fitness experiences, influencers, and speakers to town.
Kim Kardashian is wearing pantyhose. Another New York Fashion Week, another Kim-Kardashian-without-what-most-consider-a-key-piece-of-clothing moment. The footless hose sat at her waist, and instead of covering them with a skirt or dress, she wore them with a black string bikini underneath, naturally.
The event included a plus-size fashion show with models such as Liza Golden and WWE wrestler Nia Jax showing off new collections from designers Rachel Roy and Rebel Wilson and wrapped with an empowering conversation from some of fashion’s most influential names. Style expert Stacy London speaks about size diversity at theCurvyCon.
Emme, a former news reporter and the first mainstream plus-size supermodel in the 1990s, referred to herself as “the windshield of the full-figured industry, where you’re going 100 mph and all the bugs get stuck to it.”