She joined Ashley Graham and Teyana Taylor in a photo shoot featuring the iconic red swimsuit from “Baywatch,” now made by Swimsuits For All.
Kate Upton has been on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue three times. But she still has her off days, she's the first to admit.
Kenzie Brenna, a.k.a omgkenzieee on Instagram, is all about self-love and body positivity. ANNNNND basically anything you aren’t, they remodel,” Brenna captioned next to the side-by-side comparison photo — the left side unedited, the right side flawlessly digitally altered. “Seven in 10 girls believe they are not good enough or do not measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school and relationships,” Brenna added.
David Byers, a fitness model, was arrested on suspicion of robbery. But his modeling photos are grabbing all of the attention.
Playboy model Jaylene Cook has come under fire for sharing an image to Instagram of her posing naked on a sacred Maori mountain.
Step aside, Gigi and Bella Hadid — there’s a new girl the modeling world is after: 8-year-old Nariyana, an albino beauty from Yakutia in Siberia.
Model Liza Golden-Bhojwani shared her dramatic weight gain on Instagram after practically starving herself on 500 calories a day.
Megan Crabbe, 24, wants to uncover the dramatic difference between a “polished and unpolished” photoshoot. The kicker? Her side-by-side snapshots are both stunning in their own respect.
There’s a widespread perception that models have naturally flawless skin, but one model is on a mission to debunk that image of perfection by embracing her skin, acne and all — and she’s encouraging others who struggle with skin blemishes to do the same. When Starlie Smith, or “Queen Starlie” as her Instagram fans know her, strutted the catwalk at the Dolce & Gabbana show during Milan Fashion Week last month, it wasn’t her perfectly-coiffed raven tresses that had the Internet talking. “Here’s some acne positivity,” one person commented in a Reddit thread, alongside a runway photo of Starlie where she displays less than flawless skin.
Caitin Stickles, 29, was born with a rare disorder called Schmid–Fraccaro Syndrome, or Cat Eye Syndrome, which can cause facial disfiguration and an absence of pigment in the eyes, giving them a “cat-like” appearance. While Stickels may not adhere to the fashion industry’s conventional idea of beauty, she’s currently featured in a stunning editorial for V magazine, after being discovered on Instagram. “@Regrann from @nick_knight – The absolutely stunning @caitinkitten from the story I am releasing tomorrow in @vmagazine and on @showstudio .
Online shopping destination Net-a-Porter is in hot water after the site accidentally uploaded an image featuring editing instructions: “Please slim.”
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.
Mia Kang eats. “I’m a size 4-6, I’m sane and healthy, and I have self-confidence for the first time in my life,” the model tells Yahoo Style. When I was 13, I cut my weight in half — I stopped eating,” she tells Yahoo Style.
There’s been much buzz about the upcoming Middle Eastern edition of Vogue magazine, conceived in part as a response to “the region’s luxury-retail sector,” which “has been booming for a few decades,” according to New York Magazine’s The Cut. First, it was announced that Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz had been named editor in chief of Vogue Arabia. Now the face that’s been chosen to launch the publication’s premiere issue has been revealed — although the selection shouldn’t be too surprising.
As the fashion industry celebrates Muslim models on magazine covers and the inclusion of a hijab-only runway show, one model is speaking out on what it means to model while Muslim. In an op-ed for the New Times, Muslim model Andleeb Zaidi writes about her extended family’s journey to come to terms with her chosen career. While Zaidi’s family may have grown to accept her decision to model, she explained, the rest of the world seems to have a lot more work in store.
Doing it for the ’gram was just taken a step — or maybe an arm, in this case — too far. A video of Viktoria Odintcova dangling off the ledge of a 73-story building in the United Arab Emirates recently went viral. Why did she do it? For a good photo (and attention, of course).
In a much-needed step forward for diversity in fashion, IMG has signed hijab-wearing model Halima Aden. The Minnesota teen made her Fashion Week debut, walking in Yeezy Season 5 and is slated to appear in the next CR Fashion Book. According to Business of Fashion, Aden is Somali-American and has lived in the U.S. since she was 7, when her family relocated from a refugee camp in Kenya.
Valentina Sampaio recently made history as the first transgender model to cover Vogue Paris for the magazine’s March issue. But she's not the first transgender model to grace the cover of a magazine.
Kelsey and Camille Grammer’s daughter, Mason, is yet another celeb kid who has gotten the attention of the fashion world. On Thursday, the 15-year-old made an appearance on designer Malan Breton’s runway, rocking a floral printed dress and a vampy lip, serving ladylike spookiness.
Gigi Hadid, 21, is often defending herself against racial and cultural insensitivity. It’s not the first time Gigi Hadid has been accused of cultural insensitivity, but it’s the latest — and this time, she’s being accused of outright racism. The model appeared in a video posted to sister Bella’s Twitter account on Monday … and quickly deleted after public outcry, according to the Daily Mail.
Hot mama! Chrissy Teigen is back for the 2017 swimsuit edition of Sports Illustrated after taking a brief hiatus. “It’s been awhile since I’ve done anything swimsuit,” Teigen said in a behind-the-scenes video of her photo shoot.
Supermodel Iskra Lawrence wants you to know that you are beautiful, and so are your fat rolls. The only reason we believe that they aren’t, said the supermodel, is because we don’t see them in the media unless someone’s being ridiculed over their weight.