Retailer Boohoo is in hot water for hiring a thin model to rep its curvy clothing line and is being accused of charging plus-size customers a so-called fat tax.
Appearing in 'Love' magazine, Ashley Graham takes nearly everything off — except for a jacket draped over her shoulders.
When a photo of Gabriella Lascano was re-posted on the Shade Room on Saturday, it became the perfect lesson on how to overcome the hate.
Callie Thorpe is a plus-size advocate and fashion blogger, and now the size-24 beauty has something else to add to her resumé: being featured in Vogue.
By tying each neck string to its opposite back string, you convert the top into a crossback top that distributes pressure evenly on the shoulders and back.
Holliday wore a sheer orange top over a black bra, pants to match, and strappy sandals. Holliday, 31, loves to show her fans and followers how to embrace their bodies no matter what their size or shape.
On a recent flight to Los Angeles, Calif., Hage, who’s a plus-size model and influencer, noticed the person sitting next to her texting fat jokes. Taking to social media, Hage shared photos and video and also recounted how she saw the man write, “I think she ate a Mexican,” and send it to a friend.
A 16-year-old girl from Wilsonville, Ore., who recently encountered a critic of the body positive movement — and responded in the most epic, educated way.
Meet Sarah, Daniela, Yolanda and Catherine – four Canadian plus-size models who are challenging the North American plus-size industry for equal representation.
Ryan Dziadul is a staunch supporter of the men’s body-positive movement. Ryan Dziadul, a 35-year-old New York City-based publicist, is the face behind the popular men’s body-positive Instagram account extraextrastyle. With the female plus-size market abundant with models and influencers advocating for body diversity, Dziadul stands out for trying to loop men into the conversation.
Plus-size blogger Lottie L’Amour hit back at a company who asked her to appear on a weight loss program. Lottie L’Amour is a plus-size blogger known for promoting body positivity to her vast social media following. Needless to say, when she received an email from a TV production company asking her to take part in a new weight loss series, she was mighty annoyed.
We’ve all heard of companies hiring thin models to advertise plus-size clothing but one company took this concept to the next level — and the images have sparked outrage.
Instagram appears to have taken down a photo of a plus-size woman in a tank top, with the message that it was removed for violating guidelines from body positive account PlusBabyGirl, which celebrates women of all sizes.
Jennie Runk, a plus-size model, is breaking down barriers in the fashion industry. Last night marked the premiere of the new EPIX documentary Straight/Curve, a film looking into the influencers working hard to redefine modern beauty standards and promote body diversity.
If you’re going to dare insult a curvy model for her body, be prepared the clap back — and beautiful clap back at that. When someone called model and Instagram star Diana Veras “fat” on Twitter earlier this week, she didn’t just block the troll; she took action.
Supermodel Ashley Graham has been breaking stereotypes on what models are supposed to look like for years now. From being the first so-called “curvy model” to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition to not being shy about sharing pictures of her cellulite, she has inspired many women to embrace their bodies what matter what their shape or style.
Did you know that 67% of women in the USA are size 14 and above? Did you know that clothing companies design the majority of their products for the size 2-8 market? Meet Sarah Ahmed, the CEO and founder of Warp + Weft, the new jeans brand dedicated to serving the entire population — even that oft-ignored 67%.
Rebekah Loudermilk was recently body-shamed for wearing a crop top. Rebekah Loudermilk of Wichita, Kan., was hanging out with a friend at a local town festival, Wichita Riverfest, when she encountered a bully who made fun of her for wearing a crop top. “I was walking with a friend while wearing a crop top, and a girl who was with her friend made it very clear that she wasn’t pleased with what I was wearing due to my weight,” Loudermilk told Yahoo Style.
Plus-size blogger Margie Ashcroft took to Instagram for style inspiration and spotted some perfect summer looks — from layered mesh, killer coordinated sets, and statement swimsuits.
Posing in swimwear and showing off skin can be a daunting task for anyone — and for Ashley, a popular body positivity blogger, that’s no exception. The social media star had the opportunity to be photographed in swimwear designed by her “ultimate body positivity figure,” Ashley Graham, but when she saw the photos for the first time all she could do was cry. “I didn’t have any positive thoughts about myself,” she wrote in a soul-baring blog post.