Super easy to do.
Sleek lines, and muted color palettes.
Dawn Hanson’s series of vintage scales looks at the dangers of being obsessed with weight
Beauty vlogger contours entire body in a satirical social commentary kind of way.
Mahalia Handley speaks to Runway Riot about the environment and diversity in the fashion industry.
Dress codes transcend sexism and prejudice, they also enforce unrealistic beauty standards but shaming women to change how they look.
Mollie Campsie is the face of the new campaign partnership between Simply be and Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.
The body revolution is here, apparently.
She placed her hands on her face Home Alone style to tell me that she couldn’t find a large (again.)
I can love every inch of my body while wanting to lose weight.
Twitter users show their solidarity by posting selfies with their cheesecake twin.
Body positive activist Gloria Lucas Nalgona Positivity Pride looks to support and empower people of color about their body
Afro-Brazilian Photographer, Helen Mozao photo series focuses on Afro-Brazilian beauty in all sizes.
I like that we are creating a community for people to read about the strides the fashion and entertainment industry is making to become more inclusive and to take inspiration from the people who are working hard to change that.
Nude colors for ALL skin tones.
Made Los Angeles launches with a open to the public ticketed Moschino fashion show.
Glamour magazine’s special edition is important for the progression of body acceptance in the fashion industry.
Natural hair ladies to follow for sound advice.
We see you Paloma, we see you.
Beyonce’s athleisure line, Ivy Park, has disappointed some of the Bey Hive.
8 products that help your natural hair stay healthy and beautiful.
Oprah Winfrey’s struggle with weight loss is an inspiration.
Tips and products to get rain-proof makeup.
Beauty products should only be expressions of our fierceness and not change it.
There is something lovely about seeing fashion come to life.
With all these comic book movies, we need to see more body diversity.
Between Chanel Boateng’s fresh style and motivational words, we’re into it.
Young women and men are still being discriminated against for wearing their natural hair.
All too clearly offensive for the general public.
Designer, Demna Gvasalia doesn’t cast any women of color in both of his Paris Week Fashion shows, however appropriates popular Thai shopping bag
Weather Forecaster Yanet García Ridiculously Body Shamed Over Distorted Image
After posting a nude selfie, there has been many haters, and supporters. However Kardashian seems to have had the last laugh.
Philomena Kwao Stuns in this new african inspired designers threads
Recognizing that ethnicities such as hers are not represented in the media, she hopes to change that.
I await the day that people won’t be concerned with what parts of my body are not covered in a way that makes them comfortable.
In an industry that is becoming more inclusive by the moment, it’s important to recognize the fine line between celebrating change and objectifying difference.