Catherine Zeta-Jones, 50, and her daughter Carys Douglas, 16, are the latest duo to star in a Fendi campaign.
Tess Holliday is done defending herself, after critics question why the body positive advocate stars in a new beauty campaign.
Although the campaign images are aesthetically pleasing, most people are displeased with Dior's inability to secure a different face for the collection.
Chella Man is joined by a diverse group of young artists, models, musicians, and activists in the new Gap campaign, including Kimberly Drew, Carlotta Kohl, Kelvin Davis, Ezinma, and SuperDuperKyle.
According to Khloe Kardashian’s Good American co-founder Emma Grede, the denim company’s foray into activewear is going to be game-changer. “The fashion industry is notorious for catering to a specific shape and size,” Grede tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
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.
Plus-size model and Instagram influencer Denise Mercedes, who has endured body shaming on social media, shares one simple notion to remind people why it's none of their business: because it's my body.
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.
The letters A, B and O have vanished from signs, brands and landmarks across the globe in a campaign to raise awareness for blood donation. Dubbed the #missingtype campaign, the three letters represent the three main blood type groups. According to the Canadian Blood Services, about 100,000 new blood donors are needed to keep the national blood supply at necessary levels.
Have you ever been told you can’t do something because you’re a girl? Turns out, most girls have. In fact, by age 17 more than half of girls have already quit sports because of negative comments and perceptions of what it means to be a girl.
Well, step forward lingerie brand Curvy Kate whose advertising campaign is pushing out an entirely different message. The British brand have been quietly championing the body positive for quite some time, but their campaign for their latest collection, Scantilly, takes things to a whole new level and gives a much needed hit of diversity in the lingerie industry. Shunning professional lingerie models, the campaign named #TheNewSexy, has instead enlisted eight powerful female role models, including a transgender woman, an amputee, an alopecia sufferer, a plus size blogger and a recovered anorexic.
Released in 1996, the British pop group and this grainy video featuring Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell, and Victoria Beckham running through the streets on a wild night took the world by storm. The Spice Girls were all about “girl power” and now, 20 years later, a remake of the video is once again calling for girl power and giving women across the globe a place to voice what they “really really want.” The video begins in India, where a group of girls dance through the streets towards a banner that reads, “end violence against girls.” It then moves to a classroom with the slogan, “quality education for all girls,” a garage door painted with “end child marriage” and a double decker bus with the phrase, “equal pay for equal work.” ALSO SEE: Here’s what Serena Williams has to say about not being paid equally to male athletes The video is being used as part of a campaign by The Global Goals, an organization aimed at ending poverty, fighting inequality and tackling climate change.
Susan Sarandon’s cleavage has got people in a tizzy again. It’s been five months since her flash-fleshing appearance at the SAG Awards nearly broke the Internet and now the 69-year-old is flaunting her famous curves once again as she front’s (geddit?) a major ad campaign for Marc Jacobs. The designer has been busy Instagramming the stars appearing in his Autumn/Winter 2016 campaign, which includes Kendall Jenner, Cara Delavingne and Missy Elliott.
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?
The 45-year-old Britain’s Got Talent presenter can be seen lying completely nude on top of a bed of vegetables for PETA’s latest campaign to encourage people to ditch eating meat. “When PETA suggested not retouching this image, I said, “Why not?” – the image is as natural as my lifestyle,” she says. “My vegetarian lifestyle keeps my body trim, gives me loads of energy and makes me feel happy,” she explains.