Tommy Hilfiger is expanding upon his adaptive clothing collection with a new campaign for Spring 2018, which the brand released on Tuesday morning. In 2016, Hilfiger's namesake label collaborated with Runway of Dreams to launch the first-ever adaptive designer clothing line for children with ...
Britney Spears is officially making a fashion comeback as the face of Kenzo's latest launch, and its denim-centric collection is leaving fans supernostalgic.
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.
Using hashtags like #celebratemysize, Brett Morse is outspoken about the challenges that his athletic build brings when looking for the right clothes.
Shot by photographer, Harry Were, the beautiful images feature 57-year-old model, Mercy Brewer, as the star of the labels autum/winter 2017 campaign. “Perceptions of beauty have and always will change, therefore I think we can conclude its standard is not set in stone, and new beauty is always waiting to be discovered,” she said of the campaign. “I believe we are in a moment in time where older women’s beauty has been a startling revelation.
Last week global clothing store Urban Outfitters launched a new, all-inclusive campaign featuring a group of young models — all shapes and sizes can be seen. The plus-size model, Barbie Ferreira, has a 33.5-inch waist and 47.5-inch hips. Meanwhile, an Urban Outfitters size chart shows the store only holds sizes up to a size 12, or a 33-inch waist and 43-inch hips.
American luggage and handbag company Vera Bradley just released a new ad campaign using the hashtag #itsgoodtobeagirl. Inviting their followers to submit reasons why they’re glad to be female, these quotes are then being used on billboards and across social.
Hum na Sutli is a small town in Croatia with a population of just 5,000, but is potentially the first place in the world to introduce a special breastfeeding park bench. HUGPD told Croatia Week that the aim behind it is to normalise breastfeeding, and the bench now sits in a park right by a primary school.
It was only a matter of time before Selena Gomez officially posed for Louis Vuitton’s high fashion lens. After all, the star has been flirting with the role for a while: In March she sat front row at the brand’s fall 2016 show at Paris Fashion Week, where she spent quality time with now-fellow campaign starlets like Alicia Vikander, Michelle Williams, and Léa Seydoux. On Friday, Vuitton Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière gifted us all with a “preview” of his new LV Series 5 campaign, which stars the “Hands to Myself” singer. Happy to finally share my first @louisvuitton campaign –thank you and love you @nicolasghesquiere @bruce_weber A photo posted by Selena Gomez (@selenagomez) on Jun 17, 2016 at 10:35am PDT Photographed by the legendary Bruce Weber, the lead image (above) shows Gomez rocking an oversize fur hat with a sleek black, frayed bomber jacket, a leather-bra-adorned top, matching high-waist, sporty leggings, and a scarf that’s wrapped around a Petite Malle mini-trunk handbag in Vuitton’s iconic monogram print.
“When surveyed, 41.7 per cent of exercising women reported that their menstrual cycle had a negative impact on their training and exercise performance,” Bodyform said in a statement. ALSO SEE: Is this Australian period commercial offensive to women?
In the United Kingdom, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is an independent watchdog that keeps tabs on the appropriateness of campaigns, with do-gooders filing complaints which are then subsequently investigated by the organization. Most recently, Miley Cyrus’s MAC Viva Glam campaign was under review, with some concerned about the singer’s legs raised in the air drawing attention to her crotch. Over the past few years, the Brit witch hunters of advertising have cited L'Oreal, Dior, Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs, and more for everything from overly “sexually suggestive poses” to “excessive airbrushing.” In the United States, and other countries around the world, the same pictures are promoted without histrionics minus some social media outcry thanks, in part, to the constitution and freedom of speech.
(DontAcceptRape.com) “The first six weeks of college is the period when freshmen have the highest likelihood of being raped," Margaret Johnson, executive creative director at Goodby Silverstein & Partners tells Ad Week. She and her team recently released a campaign called “Unacceptable Acceptance Letters,” which highlights how one in five women will be sexually assaulted in schools across North America. ALSO SEE: Student who carried mattress in protest, Emma Sulkowicz, just released a simulated rape video “We timed our campaign to raise awareness at the earliest point when college becomes a reality—the time when incoming freshmen receive their acceptance letters,” she says. The campaign features a series of videos as well as a print ad, that highlight that moment when a student receives a college acceptance letter.
There’s a new plus-size model on the rise. Body-positive activist Mahalia Handley is "so excited" to be the curvy star of Selfridges’ new everyBODY campaign.
(Instagram/beautyandpinups) In the last year, diversity in the fashion industry has flourished. Models with disabilities have strutted down runways and been featured in fashion campaigns. Now, this same kind of diversity is making its way into the beauty industry. ALSO SEE: Kmart catalogue includes kids with disabilities Katie Meade is a 32-year-old model with Down syndrome.
All images via Instagram/lottiemossxo Meet Charlotte “Lottie” Moss. The 18-year-old Brit is actually Kate Moss’ half sister – Peter Edward Moss is dad to both – and she’s about to take over the fashion world. Junior Moss made her first major debut on the fashion scene back in 2014, in an editorial for Dazed & Confused followed by a fashion campaign for a Calvin Klein Jeans capsule collection. Last year, she walked her first runway for the Sonia Rykiel fall/winter presentation in Paris.
Just days after 17-year-old Jaden Smith posed for a gender fluid editorial for Vogue Korea, Willow just released a series of dreamy campaign photos for whimsical sock brand, Stance. There’s simply no box large enough to contain the force that is Willow.
Except in the case of Perry Ellis, the lack of diversity was by design, according to a lawsuit. In court documents filed in Manhattan Federal Court on Tuesday and obtained by the Guardian, Joseph Cook alleges that chief operating officer and president Oscar Feldenkreis made statements such as “no blacks in my ads” or “anyone who looked too gay.” Cook, president of Original Penguin’s wholesale division, is gay himself and claims that he was “forced to endure highly offensive homophobic, racial, and ethnic slurs” from Feldenkreis, the son of current chief executive officer George Feldenkreis. “I am deeply saddened as a gay man and someone who has always been proud of who I am no matter my color or sexual orientation that a company executive could be so intolerant of others,” Cook said in a statement released through his attorney, Douglas Wigdor. Oscar Feldenkreis, whose daughter also works at the company as the brand director of Original Penguin, supposedly told Cook repeatedly, “My dad doesn’t like having black guys in his ads, or anyone who looks too gay.” He’s also set to take over his father’s position next year.
During New York Fashion Week, Gigi Hadid waltzed into the Harper’s Bazaar ICONS party wearing a spangly black minidress. While it would have been safe to assume that the megamodel would be wearing a haute couture piece to such a lavish affair, this was not the case. By the time Hadid’s well-heeled foot had stepped into the Plaza Hotel, Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing had proudly posted multiple Instagrams announcing that the look was from his highly anticipated limited-edition collaboration with H&M. Well, one week on and we’re thatmuchcloser to the worldwide release of the collection on November 5.
If you’ve ever watched the red carpet coverage of an awards show, you know the drill. During the Oscars earlier this year, Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls, a female empowerment organization creating the hashtag #AskHerMore, which went viral.
A Yahoo Style mockup of the campaign. Calvin Klein might have Justin Bieber and Kendall Jenner, but it sounds like Armani’s on a mission to join in the millennial madness. Rumor has it the Italian brand is hoping their current campaign star, DJ Calvin Harris, will bring his mega-star girlfriend Taylor Swift to his next shoot—and not just to watch. According to the Daily Star, the couple have been offered $10 million to pose together, in their skivvies. “Taylor and Calvin are the hottest thing on the planet right now. Calvin’s adverts have done really well and helped the brand reach a different audience,” a source said. “The Taylor offer is initially around the $10 million mark, but that sum could then triple with global promotion if the campaign is successful.” Armani reportedly wants to emulate the 2009 success of David and Victoria Beckham’s campaign.
Trans model Andrej Pejic sheds like on the importance of being a brand spokesperson and the way the media is handling coverage of Caitlyn Jenner.