This diverse and inclusive photo shoot has 14 women, each representing a unique group: Curvy women, women of color, women with mental or physical disabilities, women with rare medical conditions, and women with vitiligo.
"We feel as though we need to follow society's stigma on what we should look like when in fact we should just do what we feel works for us."
Meet the designer, plus-size model and bomb survivor who are hoping to change the face of fashion forever.
Is feminism relevant to young people in 2017? Throughout history women have toiled for gender equality. Today we enjoy the spoils of great women who came before us. In schools, girls are outperforming boys and are more likely to get five decent GCSE’s. A third of young women go on to study at university, compared with just a quarter of men. Young people would be excused for believing the fight for equality is over. Our teens, all digital natives, have lived their entire lives surrounded by information. The internet is enhancing the movement for gender equality. ...
"Who runs the world? Girls!" Beyoncé famously hollered. But while it's not strictly true that the world is entirely ruled by women (wouldn't it be nice though?), it's fair to say the female of the species has delivered some pretty awesome empowerment moments in 2016.From Hillary Clinton’s history-making presidential run to Team GB kicking butt at the Olympics, celebrities throwing light on important women's issues to Taylor Swift sticking it to the haters, 2016 has to been a pretty killer year for girl power.So what better way welcome in the New Year than celebrating the fiercest female moments of the old one? Here are the ten girl power moments that broke social media and helped make 2016 rock.This year’s biggest fashion momentsThe definitive guide to 2016's best and worst dressed celebrities
It took a lot of courage for photographer Trina Cary to share a naked self-portrait to social media. Despite taking the time to censor each image so it didn’t violate Facebook’s community standards, every time she posted a nude self-portrait, it was reported.
She may not have won the election *sobs* but regardless we’ve decided to use today as an opportunity to celebrate Hillary Clinton. The woman who almost became president of the United States. Because though she’s not going to be waking up in the White House, we still want to give props to her strength, her grit and above all her determination to fight for the rights of women, and minorities across the globe.And never do we get a better insight into her character than through the powerful speeches she regularly delivers, which help to inspire and empower women everywhere.So while we take stock of what’s happened over night here’s a round-up of some of our fave female-friendly quotes from the woman herself. Women, she might not have become the first female president, but Hillary Clinton has still got your back… What are your favourite Hillary Clinton quotes? Let us know @YahooStyleUKVogue breaks with tradition to endorse Hillary Clinton for PresidentHillary Clinton Channels Suffragettes in White Pants Suit for Final Debate
If the thought of sharing a bikini selfie to social media makes you want to dive behind the nearest sand dune, then you’ll likely appreciate the magnitude of one mum’s recent post to Facebook. Krystal Gordon, a 31-year-old blogger from Queensland had never worn a bikini, heck until recently she never even owned one. Taking to her Facebook page, Krystal shared an image of herself in her first ever two piece and alongside it included an empowering message encouraging other women to love themselves and their bodies.
Underwear campaigns don’t come much more inspiring than the latest offering from UK-based lingerie brand, Panache. Seven thousand nominees and 12 months later, Panache revealed its new “Modelled By Role Models” campaign with the six finalists that the public voted for.
Unless you’ve been on an enforced digital detox, you can’t fail to have noticed the recent firestorm concerning Playboy model Dani Mathers secretly snapping then posting a nude photo of a woman in her gym changing room on Snapchat. The backlash was so furious that the Los Angeles Police department has launched an official investigation into the incident, while the Playboy model’s membership at the L.A. Fitness has been permanently revoked, she’s lost her job and she has had to delete both her Twitter and Instagram accounts. One such woman is mum-of-two, Christine Blackmon, who took to Facebook to post an open letter to Dani Mathers complete with nude picture of herself which is quickly going viral.
Many models use social media to document their jetset life, sharing intimate details of their wardrobe, diet and exercise regime. Keen to explain that she didn’t want to tell her young fans what to do, but to urge them to be comfortable with their personal decisions and not to feel pressured into doing things because someone else has asked them to.