https://www.instagram.com/p/BeqO-lPnx-z/ https://www.instagram.com/p/BeqO-lPnx-z/ Y'all, Kate Wasley is a total babe and the total package. Even though the Australian curve model broke onto the scene a mere two years ago, she already earned one of the coveted spots in Sports Illustrated's 2018 Swimsuit Issue, and it's easy to see why. Kate has become a
https://www.instagram.com/p/BdqBRHkHsTF/ https://www.instagram.com/p/BdqBRHkHsTF/ Models may be photographed for a living, but at the end of the day, we're all humans who struggle with insecurities. What's more is that the world is slowly but surely catching onto the fact that beauty is not a one-size-fits-all kind of a thing and confidence comes in many
The average American woman is a size 16, according to a 2016 study published in the International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education. And data suggest that 67 percent of American women wear size 14-plus. Fortunately, the fashion industry is way more inclusive than it was even just a
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bdn6dC1F65V/ https://www.instagram.com/p/Bdn6dC1F65V/ Is Demi Lovato's Instagram account the sexiest it's ever been? This year, the "Confident" singer has been filling our feed with photos of her in a swimsuit, and we're "sorry not sorry" about it. Not only does she look absolutely stunning, but her snaps are also incredibly empowering.
People committing to squashing societal norms surrounding body issues like female body hair often receive their rightful praise. But they also become vulnerable to hateful rhetoric. That’s reportedly the case for Swedish model and artist Arvida Byström, who stars in a new campaign for Adidas Originals. In a photoshoot posted to Instagram and Youtube
For many, 2017 has been a bag of mixed emotions because of the current political climate. But there were also some very important wins in the fashion community with many designers uniting for women's rights and equality during NYFW's Fall season. Sports Illustrated featured stretch marks for the first time and
https://www.instagram.com/p/BclQYl8Bw23/ Body diversity is finally being celebrated in the modeling industry, and we're all for it. Designers are giving people what they want by including more curve models in their shows and campaigns. From OG curve models like Ashley Graham and Candice Huffine to newbies like Iskra Lawrence and Emma Sanders,
Four years ago, Ashley Graham hadn’t yet landed her history-making Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover. Aerie hadn’t yet made it a trend to ditch Photoshop in its campaign imagery. Fashion, and the people who define it, seemed limited to the celebration of one body type: thin. It was also the time I, a person who
https://www.instagram.com/p/BJjSrQDhj4P/ There's a reason Iskra Lawrence is the global role model for Aerie — for one, she looks incredible in a bikini. The English model's Instagram account is practically overflowing with shots of her in sexy and colorful two-pieces. And with a figure like that, can you really blame
There’s no arguing that sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid are two of the hardest-working models in the business right now. There’s also no arguing that beauty runs in the entire family. Just look at them with mom Yolanda and brother Anwar. That beautiful family also includes their Dutch cousin, Joann van den Herik.
High fashion is becoming a less destructive, slightly healthier industry in which to work, thanks to two of its most powerful conglomerates. Together, LVMH and Kering own nearly every high fashion brand you’ve ever heard of. They have teamed up to create a charter on, according to a release, “working relations with
Carrie Underwood knows how to spend her summer. The “Fighter” singer posted an important message about the best way to spend time in the summer, all while plugging modeling her Calia by Carrie swimwear line. “Summertime is all about love ... love for people, love for the outdoors and love for living
It seems like everyone has way too much to say about Amy Schumer’s body ― except, refreshingly, Schumer herself. Perhaps that’s why the topics of body image and self-love took up much of the “Snatched” star’s recent interview with Refinery29. With her trademark confidence, Schumer addressed her recent InStyle swimsuit cover
If you’ve ever stood in front of your closet, wondering what is and is not appropriate to wear in summer based on your body type, stop what you’re doing and watch this very informative video. YouTuber https://www.instagram.com/loeybug/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Loey Lane shares what she calls her “Fat Girl Summer Dress Code,” a
If you can’t get fashion to work for you, make it work yourself. Just ask OG plus-size bloggers, social media influencers and best friends Nicolette Mason and Gabi Gregg. The two former fashion editors launched a project Tuesday they’ve been working on for https://www.instagram.com/p/BW7_RyqFnFR/?taken-by=nicolettemason" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">years: A fashionable, affordable clothing line
It can be difficult these days to find fashionable clothing above a size 12, but it’s even more of a struggle to find plus-size accessories. Universal Standard, a direct-to-consumer brand that recently made headlines for its free size-replacement program, released a limited-edition collection of gorgeous jewelry in extended sizes Thursday.
You may not think of underwear selfies as being necessarily empowering. But It’s easy to write off a revealing photo like this one as attention grabbing, but Grimes doesn’t see it that way, especially when the people sharing the photos represent diverse body types. “There’s something magical about a fat
Topshop appears to have a bit of amnesia when it comes to promoting a healthier body image. The brand is being called to task once again for using dangerously thin-looking mannequins ― this time, by a 15-year-old. Mom Zoë Mason shared an image taken by her daughter at a Topshop in Hereford, England on