Hunter McGrady is speaking out about having to turn down a slew of Fashion Week opportunities because brands still aren't inclusive.
Good American co-founder, Emma Grede, talks about the innovative and inclusive brand, and why Khloe Kardashian is the perfect business partner.
Jenn Lyon thought her acting career was over after going to eating disorder rehab and gaining 75 pounds. Instead, she booked the role of a lifetime and learned how to use her voice for change.
Jameela Jamil isn't trying to get everybody to love themselves. Instead, she came to TheCurvyCon to remind people that their worth has nothing to do with their bodies.
When she took the stage as the keynote speaker at theCurvyCon, The Good Place star Jameela Jamil was very open about the optics at play there. She is not a plus-size woman, so why is she one of the loudest voices asking society to stop body-shaming women?
Jameela Jamil discusses why being an activist is hard and requires a lot of mental stability at theCURVYcon 2019.
Extreme dieting and disordered eating was the original path Claws star Jenn Lyon first took to get the acting roles that weren't available to her as a plus-size woman.
A few months after Melanie Fiona realized the importance of these key factors, she was on tour with Mary J. Blige.
Experts at theCurvyCon tackle how to handle family members who are negative about their weight.
Watch live as curvy models showcase Target's top fall fashions and shop our favorite looks from the show — all under $100
"I have always been a rebel of what women can and can’t do, so anything that allows me to say, ‘Yes, we can do that!’, I take the chance," Chastity Garner Valentine tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
Hunter McGrady is shedding light on problems that still exist in plus-size fashion after becoming the first plus bride to cover "The Knot."
From sexual and reproductive health to voting rights and civic engagement, women are on the frontlines of creating lasting change.
"When the fashion community didn’t see what we were doing, we knew that our community saw us," says TheCurvyCon co-founder CeCe Olisa.
“When you don’t put yourself first like that you really compromise what you’re able to bring to the table,” says Whitney Way Thore.
It doesn’t matter what size or shape you are, you’ve probably had moments when you are feeling down on yourself. Here are some tried-and-true tips to increase confidence.
TheCurvycon, which brings together celebrities, body-positive influencers, and their fans to celebrate diversity and fashion inclusivity, has announced its 2019 lineup.
Three models made their runway debut at theCURVYcon and the crowd reaction was priceless.