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fashion diversity

The ongoing struggle to find nude undergarments in the right skin tone just got a little easier, thanks to Aerie.   The retailer
While at least one person pointed out the possibility Zara is suggesting women who feel they lack the curves they want should
The casting intended 'to highlight the beauty and diversity in the country'.
While many of us are focused on the fact that another boy is starring in a cosmetics campaign, it’s important to note Shayla
The running-focused magazine continued its streak of delighting us when it put a plus-size model on its March cover, and
Because we could all use a little bit of good news right about now.
2016 was a groundbreaking year for inclusivity in fashion, in ways both big and small. There was an influx of diversity on
Why don't more designers think like this?
Please don't let this just be a passing fad.