One blogger is fighting back against the change room narrative after trying on a pair of pants that look great while standing up, but, according to her, not good at all while sitting. Kenzie Brenna is a Toronto-based blogger and YouTuber who has amassed a large following because of her focus on body positivity and mental health. Brenna recently posted a side-by-side photo of herself in a change room, highlighting a thought process many of us have experienced before.
“I find it ironic that I’ve taken photos in swimsuits all over the world and the one place I was told to cover up was Las Vegas,” Anna O’Brien, founder of the fashion and lifestyle blog Glitter and Lazers, said.
Following the lead of inclusive runway shows in the New York area, Italian blogger Laura Brioschi kick-started a body positive catwalk during Milan Fashion Week.
Anchors from WGN-TV questioned Hoda Katebi on her Iranian-American identity. Katebi, who went on the show to discuss her work dealing with the intersectionality of fashion and activism, as well as her photography book Tehran Streetstyle, was instead asked questions with Islamophobic overtones. What are your thoughts?” Katebi was asked by WGN-TV anchor Robin Baumgarten.
It's holiday season! We all know what that means: lots of parties. Watch the latest episode of #MyStyle to see how Karen, aka @parisandalatte, recommends styling her holiday party outfit.
Although people often assume La'Tecia Thomas was happier at her smaller size, she admits to lacking confidence or having any concept of her self-worth — something she discusses in-depth in a video on her YouTube channel.
“I have cellulite, too, and it appears when I squeeze my butt and disappears with the simple act of slightly tilting my hips out!
When a photo of Gabriella Lascano was re-posted on the Shade Room on Saturday, it became the perfect lesson on how to overcome the hate.
Defective cans of whipped cream have killed one and injured another. Weeks after an exploding can of whipped cream killed a popular fitness model, another defective dispenser has injured a mother, causing a leg wound and destroying her kitchen ceiling.
Ryan Dziadul is a staunch supporter of the men’s body-positive movement. Ryan Dziadul, a 35-year-old New York City-based publicist, is the face behind the popular men’s body-positive Instagram account extraextrastyle. With the female plus-size market abundant with models and influencers advocating for body diversity, Dziadul stands out for trying to loop men into the conversation.
Plus-size blogger Lottie L’Amour hit back at a company who asked her to appear on a weight loss program. Lottie L’Amour is a plus-size blogger known for promoting body positivity to her vast social media following. Needless to say, when she received an email from a TV production company asking her to take part in a new weight loss series, she was mighty annoyed.
U.K. actress, writer, and mother shared a selfie and attached a message about the importance of not altering one's image due to societal pressures.