One mother is asking “Who wore it better?” in a hilarious Instagram project comparing her photogenic toddler with his model uncle.
As the news hit the world that Playboy founder Hugh Hefner had passed away , people began reminiscing on the 91-year-old’s many magazine covers. Originally pinned as a magazine for men, Playboy magazine kickstarted in 1953 with a photo of Marilyn Monroe on the makeshift cover. Over the years, Hefner featured his beloved Playmates along with some of the world’s top celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Charlize Theron and Madonna. Top models have also graced the cover (think British names Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss) as well as Marge Simpson and President Donald Trump . Yes, the actual President of the United States was once a Playboy cover model. Nude or fully clothed, here are the most iconic covers in the magazine’s 64 year history. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Iconic Playboy models re-enact famous covers – decades after first shooting them Gwyneth Paltrow poses semi-nude in mud for Goop’s first magazine cover The ultimate power couple magazine covers
Princess Diana's niece and the 'world's most beautiful girl' all took a turn on the catwalk.
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Johnny Depp's daughter graces one of four covers for CR Fashion Book‘s 11th edition issue. The model and actress wears only a unbuttoned plaid shirt revealing her cleavage, and she even poses topless inside.
Plus size model, body activist and total babe Ashely Graham continues to break barriers. Graham, who was the first plus size model to grace the covers of Vogue and Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit edition , ecently added a New York Magazine to her already impressive resume. But aside from absolutely slaying her 1940s-style shoot , Graham also openly discussed how white privilege has played a roll in her success as a plus size model. “I know I’m on this pedestal because of white privilege,” said Graham in the feature. “To not see black or Latina women as famous in my industry is crazy! I have to talk about it. I want to give those women kudos because they are the ones who paved the way for me.” While we love Graham and her messages of body positivity and female empowerment, we’d also love to see more curvy women in the spotlight. So we’ve rounded up seven plus size models of colour that we think more people should know about. Click through the gallery to see more and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA .
Korean plus-size models are challenging beauty ideals and making their mark on social media in a country quickly earning credit as a top fashion capital.