Blogger Kellie Brown is on a mission to help recognise those who feel "invisible" during Fashion Week.
A pair of plus-sized fashion bloggers are recreating Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent looks — and we love i
We’re going through a scrub renaissance. We’re seeing medical wear brands design scrubs that are more innovative and fashion-forward than ever before….
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue is a yearly nod to the leggy, thin supermodels of the moment, but this year, the magazine is straying from its typical formula by featuring plus-size models.
In his neighborhood of Astoria in Queens, a borough of New York City, model Zach Miko lives an unremarkable life: He wakes up, walks the dog, goes to the gym, and binge-watches HBO’s Westworld. But he’s in the midst of doing something remarkable: Miko is the first plus-size male model to sign with a major modeling agency. A few years ago, the 26-year-old, who was then trying — mostly unsuccessfully — to make it as an actor, felt unaccepted and often dismissed because of his size: 6 feet 6 inches tall with a 40-inch waist. ...
The advert, to promote an event called ‘Feminism and Fat’, featured a picture of the model in a bikini but was banned by the social media site because it “depicts a body or body parts in an undesirable manner”. “The image depicts a body or body parts in an undesirable manner,” a message from the Facebook Ads team read.
On the cover of Glamour’s new special edition plus-size fashion issue (created in collaboration with retailer Lane Bryant), Schumer’s name appears alongside Melissa McCarthy’s, Adele’s, and Ashley Graham’s under the heading “Women Who Inspire Us.” The problem? The comedian and actress took to Instagram Tuesday morning to vent her frustrations, clarifying that she definitely isn’t a plus size person — not that there’s anything wrong with that! “I think there’s nothing wrong with being plus size,” Schumer wrote.
IMG Models is betting on it. The agency is launching a brand new men’s plus-size division called ‘Brawn,’ rather than the typical “big and tall.” As IMG’s president Ivan Bart told WWD, “Brawn has a body positive message. It’s those qualities that led Bart to sign actor and comedian Zach Miko as IMG’s first brawn model.
If there was ever a woman to talk about the fashion industry’s recent acceptance revolution, it’s Ashley Graham. She sat down with Yahoo Style’s own Joe Zee to talk about it all — from the reason she wants the word “plus-size” banned to her thoughts on Kim K.’s nude selfie to how Gigi Hadid is a fashion inspiration.