This Body-Positive Model Thrives On Going Un-Retouched. Here's How She Handles A Bad Body Image Day.
Denise Bidot on stretch marks, cellulite and keeping it 100 percent real.
"I refuse to be mean to myself and I refuse to hide what society has labeled as flaws any longer."
"There's no wrong way to be a woman."
Becca Mccharen, creator of Chromat, a high-end fashion brand that champions inclusivity and body positivity, talks about her latest line and how she’s working to represent all women in fashion.
Watch the model explain why there's no wrong way to be a woman.
"We have to be super sexy but we have to be super classy. We have to have our curves in all the right places."
Though I'm hardly a reggeaton convert, I have to give it up to HBO Latino and Yandel for putting together a concert special -- and subsequent pre-screening event -- that showcases how the ever-evolving genre has united people from different socioeconomic backgrounds and generations to build a diverse community of music lovers.
"We love women’s bodies, whether they are skinny, full, flat, athletic, old, young, black, brown, white," she wrote. "But
Huge fashion brands, time and time again, fail to include diverse body types in order to challenge unattainable beauty norms and become more reflective of society. Myla Dalbesio serves as a reminder that successful models don't need to be stick thin.
Do you think that being multi-cultural has helped you anyhow? Learn to love yourself, not to get someone to love you, but