Hip dips, the slight indent below the hip bone and before the thigh begins, makes a lot of people self-conscious — but the body part is totally natural.
Felicity Hayward had a response for beach-goers who were "making fun, laughing and taking photos" of her and her friends
ASOS is showing its commitment to body positivity and diversity by featuring models of all sizes in its clothes — including this curvy beauty.
Fans are not happy that they are excluded from the "New Rules" singer's 'accessible' fashion line.
Model Iskra Lawrence had a major Jessica Rabbit moment on the Cannes red carpet in a custom Justin Alexander gown.
Rihanna's Savage x Fenty underwear line, which launches on May 11, will offer sexy lingerie in a wide range of shapes and sizes.
"It definitely makes a big impact because painting a head is pretty unique and striking," says film and television makeup artist Georgina Ryland.
From bold athleisure crop tops to matching split side trousers, almost everything is priced below $50 and comes in an inclusive size range of 8 to 28.
Everyone is beautiful, whether you're tall, short, black, white, fresh-faced or acne-prone. And these models are showing us that beauty belongs to everyone.
"I can't stand it when I read comments that say, 'Finally, a real woman,'" the curvaceous model said after being praised for unashamedly displaying her cellulite in swimwear.
Bridget Malcolm, who has walked the runway for Victoria's Secret and Ralph Lauren, has shared her story about feeling "humiliated, fat, and ugly" after her body was scrutinized on a shoot.
In the photo, Jenna Kutcher is walking on the beach with her husband, Drew Kutcher, a health business coach, and both are in their swimsuits. But while the visual is charming, the caption is what really makes an impact.
Whether you've followed her throughout her career or more recently discovered her through her role on the E! hit show "The Royals," it's evident that Elizabeth Hurley is confident with what she's got. But she doesn't want people to mistake her for having a "mad ego."
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.