• Home
  • /
  • Category Archives: Fashion For All

Ashley Graham And The Plus Size Activewear Proving ‘Healthy Comes In All Shapes And Sizes’

We just found our 2016 fitspiration… body positivity activist and model Ashley Graham has just been named as the star of a new plus size sportswear campaign. The fitness range, Nola by Addition Elle (the brand Graham also designs super sexy lingerie for), comes in sizes X to 4X and comprises of leggings, yoga pants,…

5 Incredible Beauty Bloggers With Disablities You Need To Follow

In an industry obsessed with the quest for perfection, an epidemic of poor body image and a culture of Photoshopped selfies – there’s a refreshing new change. Meet the bloggers proving that a disability doesn’t stop you from being beautiful, sharing their incredible stories with thousands of followers. Here are five bloggers and vlogglers helping…

Transgender Models ‘Snubbed’ In Spring 2016 Ad Campaigns

The Spring 2016 diversity report is in and the statistics are pretty depressing. According to the report compiled by The Fashion Spot, transgender models were “snubbed in this season’s fashion ad campaigns. “Not a single transgender model was featured,” they wrote. “A phenomenon we haven’t seen since Spring 2015.” The publication call the statistics a “heavily…

Women’s Equality Party Call For London Fashion Week Boycott If Body Image Demands Are Not Met

A political party has threatened to ask London Mayor Sadiq Khan to stop funding London Fashion Week unless designers stop using “unhealthy and underweight models”. The Women’s Equality Party (WEP) has launched a new campaign – #NoSizeFitsAll – with the aim of tackling negative body image issues and eating disorders in girls and women across the UK….

Kenzo x H&M Launch Details: Why The Clothes Aren’t The Only Things We’re Excited About

The first pictures of the hotly anticipated Kenzo x H&M collection have been released and they’re living up to the hype. Excitement has been building ever since the collaboration was announced in May and not only do the first images reveal it lives up to its promise to bring the “spirit of Kenzo” to the high street,…

#WeWearWhatWeWant Photos Prove Plus Size Fashion Rules Are Made To Be Broken

Women are sharing photos of themselves wearing clothes they’ve ben told aren’t ‘suitable’ for their body type with the hashtag #WeWearWhatWeWant. Whether it’s a crop top, denim shorts or a bikini. These ladies are proving that when it comes to fashion, the “rules” are made to be broken. The trend was started on 23 July, by Simone Mariposa,…

12345