Parisa Fitz-Henley, who portrays Meghan Markle in the Lifetime TV movie "Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance," hopes everyone will see themselves in Harry and Meghan's love story.
The beauty industry brings in big bank, but there's still a disconnect between brands and shoppers when it comes to making sure everyone feels "represented."
Everyone is beautiful, whether you're tall, short, black, white, fresh-faced or acne-prone. And these models are showing us that beauty belongs to everyone.
Just when you thought baby wraps couldn't get any better, one dad found a truly unique way to cradle his baby girl ... in his hair.
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.
Missguided was roundly praised when it stopped airbrushing its models' stretch marks and released a totally unretouched campaign last year – and now there is another reason to cheer on the brand: its body-positive mannequins. The high street fashion retailer has introduced a diverse array of mannequins representing a range of ethnic backgrounds and featuring natural body features, including stretch marks and vitiligo, Campaign reports. The figures were created in-house with help from makeup artists and will be on show in the brand's two stores in Westfield Stratford City, London and Bluewater Shopping Centre, Kent.
For Eleanor Curry, the things at the top of her list are, of course, her children and her job, in addition to traveling and spending time with the friends who empower and inspire her — six of whom she invited on a trip to Los Angeles for a totally boss photoshoot.
There is still a long way to go for the beauty industry to be where it needs to be in terms of inclusion — and one subset of the population that's been entirely left out of the beauty conversation is black men.
Inspired by photos of Kim Kardashian in a white one-piece bathing suit, plus-size model Diana Sirokai posted side-by-side pics of herself and Kardashian.