Catherine Zeta-Jones, 50, and her daughter Carys Douglas, 16, are the latest duo to star in a Fendi campaign.
"I love that the images used on Fenty are not retouched and that the model's skin is not perfect by societal standards"
The campaign is in honour of the brand's 30th anniversary since launching, and the second in the 'Labels Are For Clothes'.
These include Dilys, an 86-year-old Welsh woman who holds world record holder for oldest female skydiver.
Britney Spears is officially making a fashion comeback as the face of Kenzo's latest launch, and its denim-centric collection is leaving fans supernostalgic.
Following the lead of inclusive runway shows in the New York area, Italian blogger Laura Brioschi kick-started a body positive catwalk during Milan Fashion Week.
A Rimmel ad starring model Cara Delevingne has been banned for exaggerating the effects of its Scandaleyes Reloaded mascara.
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.
Last week global clothing store Urban Outfitters launched a new, all-inclusive campaign featuring a group of young models — all shapes and sizes can be seen. The plus-size model, Barbie Ferreira, has a 33.5-inch waist and 47.5-inch hips. Meanwhile, an Urban Outfitters size chart shows the store only holds sizes up to a size 12, or a 33-inch waist and 43-inch hips.
The 41-year-old opted for a double mastectomy after tests revealed she carried the BRCA1 gene mutation. The advert, shot by fashion photographer Steven Klein, sees Samantha undergoing a floral tattoo surrounding her scars.
Clothing store JOY has come under fire not once but twice this week for its misogynistic Christmas campaigns. An email newsletter doing the rounds a few days ago prompted a social media backlash after it encouraged women to wear “knee-length skirts” and “respectable necklines” to meet their in-laws. Calling it ‘outdated’ and ‘offensive’, many JOY customers vowed to stop buying from the company.
It’s rare for a fashion brand to talk about anything other than clothes. Scandinavian label, Monki, set out to change all that with their latest campaign. It’s this last part that has caused a social media storm.