Philadelphia photographer Cheyenne Gil is reminding women they don’t need to be 'skinnier, smaller, and shorter' than their partners to be loved.
McGrady is on a mission to change perceptions of what it means to be beautiful.
The difference between Leslie Magallanes and many body positivity bloggers out there is that she feels criticized because she is skinny.
Full Figured Fashion Week has been empowering women through plus-size fashion for the past 10 years, long before plus-size fashion broke through at New York Fashion Week.
Iskra Lawrence is known for being herself, unapologetically. But now the curvy model's mother Wilma, 50, is getting in on the act, starring alongside her 27-year-old daughter in Aerie's latest swimwear campaign.
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.
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.
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.
The Kardashian-Jenner Calvin Klein campaign — featuring Kylie, who was pregnant at the time, holding a big blanket to conceal her baby bump — was instantly iconic. A curvy version, recreated shot for shot by enterprising plus size models. Denise Mercedes, a model and advocate, shared a photo of herself with Diana Sirokai, Daisy Christina, and Tammy B, Mercedes side-by-side with the official ad on Instagram.
Khloé Kardashian and Emma Grede — co-founders of the size-inclusive denim brand Good American, talk about why they think it's important to be more than just another Los Angeles-based jeans maker.
“Modeling is an expensive career when you first start — you have to pay for photo shoots and maintain your appearance."
For those of us who have been plus-size from a very young age, the discussion on our bodies (and of other people's opinions of them) that was started by "Real Women Have Curves" hit close to home.
New York Fashion week featured a record-breaking number of curvy models. Creative director Sarah Burton sent out a bunch of frilly and floral looks for her recent show, with two curvy models, Eline Lykke and Betsy Teske, being cast to wear select designs.
She was given a gym membership at age 9 and forced to wear maternity clothes by 13. Now, plus-size model and activist Natalie Hage takes us on her journey of becoming a role model for curvy women nationwide, with the introduction of her original Yahoo series, "Curves Ahead."
Natalie Hage documents her first trip to New York Fashion Week, capturing the joys and fears she experienced.
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.
According to new data, plus-size shoppers are shut out of shopping at luxury fashion brands. But those brands can't afford to ignore 67% of shoppers anymore.
Actress Danielle Brooks, having just nabbed a role in the new Lane Bryant #ImNoAngel campaign, is at the top of her game. And she wants to help lift other women up there, too.
This year saw more plus-size models than any other year in NYFW’s history, and we also saw plus-EXCLUSIVE shows like Addition Elle and Torrid and queer fashion showcases like Dapper Q that highlight gender expression.
It was so unexpected to hear from someone so beautiful and strong that they’ve felt the same uneasy feelings that we all have. I can’t tell you how comforting it was.
Her modeling career has really taken off, but McGrady still has to deal with trolls. We talk to her about her past struggles and the Instagram feature she uses to manage commenters.