The poignant image has been named one of the defining images of lockdown, by a panel, including the Duchess of Cambridge.
This photo of a Native American girl captured in 1894 has been going viral online. The reason? Because the subject of the photograph is smiling. It's a fact that most of us probably aren't aware of, but photo portraits from over 100
A mum is facing online ridicule over the way she chose to depict her young daughter in a photoshoot. Kayla Frizzell, a photographer based in Australia, claims the backlash began when she shared images of her daughter Mia on May 21. The photos,
Body language expert Judi James says Kate is coming into her own especially in her relaxed interviews.
Story and video from SWNS Professional models who need photoshoots while under lockdown are turning to a New York photographer who is offering socially distant services. Pro-photographer Aaron Pegg saw his work dry up when New York City imposed
A series of sweet images has been compiled as part of a worldwide contest to find the “50 happiest photos of the year”.The competition, called #Happiness2020, was launched by free-to-use photography app Agora, and received more than 16,750 entries from professional and amateur photographers around the world.The top 50 photographs showcase talent from 19 different countries across five continents: from Myanmar, Nepal, and Egypt, to Australia, UK, France and Spain.READ MORE: Wedding photographer calls out guest for ruining 'once in a lifetime moment'Users of the Agora Images app are now invited to vote for their favourite of the 50 finalists, to help the judges decide, with the winner to be revealed on 2 January 2020.The joy-rendering images range from a 95-year-old couple photographed in a village in Vietnam to a woman befriending an elephant in Myanmar.Another photograph is of women chatting and joking while they do their daily work at a rice plantation, and a pair of children playing together in Papua, Indonesia.Click through the gallery below to see some of the photographs that made the shortlist.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's eldest child turned five this month and everyone is talking about this one detail behind the cute birthday photo.
Today, 9 January 2018, marks the Duchess of Cambridge’s 36th birthday. Pregnant with her third child and set to attend the wedding of her brother-in-law, Prince Harry, in May, the Duchess has a great year ahead of her. But what of the moments she’s already experienced?From sailing boats in Auckland, New Zealand, to dancing with Paddington Bear in London, Kate has been lucky enough to experience a good deal since she joined the Royal Family in April 2011.See how many of these heartwarming moments you remember…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:The Duchess of Cambridge’s top maternity style moments2017 was the Duchess of Cambridge’s most expensive fashion year yet The Duchess of Cambridge takes two photos of Princess Charlotte to mark her start at nursery
Each of us has our own definition of beauty. Whether it’s a seriously made-up celebrity or a woman in her natural state, the word ‘beautiful’ conjures up a number of images.That was the starting point behind Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc’s new book, ‘The Atlas of Beauty‘. In it, she captures what beauty looks like to women across the world.The far-reaching project began in 2013 and has seen Mihaela travel the globe with nothing but a backpack and camera. From the favelas of Brazil and the isolated villages of Afghanistan to the Amazon rainforest, the 32-year-old managed to photograph over 2000 women as well as listen to stories about their daily lives.“While travelling, I noticed that there’s a lot of pressure on women to look and behave in a certain way,” she says. “In some environments, it is the pressure to look attractive. In others, it is the pressure to look modest.”Mihaela hopes that the book – which features 500 portraits of women from over 50 countries – will “showcase that beauty has no bounds, and that the diversity of our world is a treasure, not a reason for conflict.”“Beauty is in our differences. It’s about being yourself: natural and authentic, not about trends, race or social status.”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:Women pose naked with mannequins in powerful protest seriesStunning photo series captures Tanzanian children with albinism living through adversityFamed photographer Rankin shoots striking campaign of people with learning disabilities
Britain’s style set sure knows how to dress for London Fashion Week. Out come the tailored suits, the statement earrings, the outrageously uncomfortable shoes and the designer handbags as the capital’s leading fashionistas clamber to be papped.We’re rather glad they make sure an effort. The result is an endless supply of on-point looks that keep us inspired for the following few months. You could say that there’s as much inspiration to be had off the catwalk at London Fashion Week as on it.From oversized denim jackets to faux fur sliders, billowing sleeves, layers and baker boy hats, here’s what the most fashionable people on the planet are wearing this September 2017 at Fashion Week.All photos shot exclusively for Yahoo Style by Moeez Ali.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:LIVE from London Fashion Week SS18: All the catwalk and FROW actionTommy Hilfiger talks bringing Gigi Hadid to and #TommyNow to the London catwalk Teatum Jones makes the case for diversity with amputee models at London Fashion Week
In light of Pirelli’s last two releases, it seems that the era of the white-washed, size-six fashion calendar is coming to an end.Only there’s one group of women yet to have a calendar of their very own: plus-sized women.Which is why Brianna McDonnell, a body-positive fashion blogger at the B Word, has decided to create one.The #BeInYourSkin 2018 editorial calendar features 25 plus-size bloggers, influencers and friends as part of a campaign to empower and inspire – an idea which she told Mic came “organically”.“I wanted to create images of plus-size women that were creative, different, sexy, artful, strong, empowering and editorial,” she said. “It’s very rare to see a plus-size body in the media portrayed in an editorial way.”“I wanted to create something for plus-size women, where they could see themselves in the images. If they could see themselves in one of us, they too can be as strong, powerful and glamorous. It is about representation.”You can buy your own here.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:Plus-size woman turned into a body-shaming meme fights backThis one woman inspired hundreds to wear clothing they have ‘no business wearing’Former Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman, 59, posts honest bikini selfie
Who doesn’t have a disastrous bridesmaid story?Whether it’s a bride’s poor fashion decision or bridesmaids themselves causing total chaos, we all know a friend of a friend that’s been to that wedding.But thanks to a website called Awkward Family Photos, these stories seem like no big deal.People have been sharing their funniest, most cringe-inducing wedding photos featuring plenty of not-so-graceful bridesmaids (grace is overrated anyway), and the internet can’t get enough of them.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:Hindu and Jewish women wed in what’s thought to be Britain’s first interfaith lesbian marriageBride shunned by her family for not wearing make-up on her wedding dayMan buys girlfriend too-small engagement ring to make her lose weight
In Tanzania, being born with albinism means being born into danger, and deeply-rooted superstitions mean those with it must live in constant fear of isolation, poverty and attack.Which is why Marinka Masséus, a Dutch award-winning photographer, has created a beautiful and thought-provoking photo series – in collaboration with the Josephat Torner Foundation and African Albino Foundation – of Tanzanian people with Albinism.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:Hindu and Jewish women wed in what’s thought to be Britain’s first interfaith lesbian marriageWoman told she had thrush for years actually had cancerThis is the best seaside resort in the UK