Because we could all use a little bit of good news right about now.
2016 was a groundbreaking year for inclusivity in fashion, in ways both big and small. There was an influx of diversity on Fashion Week runways, a continued effort to define the word "nude" with an ac...
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No, "fat" isn't a bad word.
Why don't more designers think like this?
Lane Bryant typically garners attention for the statements it makes with its campaigns. Now, it's going viral for not saying anything at all. Denise Bidot, plus-size model and founder of the "There Is...
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The typical reaction to watching the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show isn't wanting to strip down to a bra and underwear and walk a runway. But a wonderfully diverse group of women did just that, in the...
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When British Vogue revealed Ashley Graham is its January 2017 cover star, cheers were heard from body positive advocates everywhere ― us included. The groundbreaking i ue, which the supermodel called...
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Less talking, more slayage.
New York Fashion Week, an event not typically a ociated with inclusivity, is wrapping up arguably its most succe ful attempt yet at celebrating diversity. So it's pretty fitting that this show was one...
There's a lot to love here, but one small problem.
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"Amy talks about being a big girl in the industry... but when you’re grouped in with us, you’re not happy about it?”
This is honest, powerful and oh-so-body-positive.