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Madeline Stuart, Model With Down’s Syndrome, Debuts Her Own Clothing Line At NYFW

Madeline Stuart launched her first ever clothing line at New York Fashion Week on Sunday 12 February. The 20-year-old model, who has Down’s syndrome, is hoping to increase diversity in the fashion industry with her label ‘21 Reasons Why’. Andrew Kelly / Reuters The new clothing collection was designed to mirror the Australian model’s daily…

Curvy Kate ‘Scantilly’ Lingerie Campaign Celebrates The Beauty In Diversity

Curvy Kate has launched one of the world’s most inclusive underwear campaigns for its latest collection, Scantilly. Tired of Photoshopped pictures and ‘unattainable’ beauty, the lingerie brand wanted women to see what its products look like “on a body they can relate to”. To showcase the new range, Curvy Kate enlisted eight powerful women who…

Forbes Highest Paid Models Of 2016 List Is ‘Overwhelmingly’ White And ‘Straight-Sized’

Forbes has revealed the highest paid models of 2016 – and the list makes disappointing reading for those hoping that fashion has finally embraced diversity. Gisele Bündchen holds on to the number one spot earning $30.5 million between 1 June 2015 and 1 June 1 2016 (before fees and taxes), despite retiring from the catwalk last year. The…

Iskra Lawrence And 34 Other Models Wrote An Open Letter To The Fashion Industry About ‘Unhealthy Body Practices’ Ahead Of NYFW

For the first time ever, a 35-strong group of models including Iskra Lawrence, Ashley Chew and Carré Otis have written a searingly honest and much-needed open letter to the fashion industry, ahead of New York Fashion Week.  The letter is in response to a study which indicates that the greatest prevalence of eating disorders is…

Daily Mail Criticised By Trans Activists For Treating ‘Britain’s Next Top Model’ As A ‘Freak Show’

Trans activists and campaigners have criticised The Daily Mail’s “reductive” coverage of the first transgender contestant on ‘Britain’s Next Top Model’. The Mail Online ran an image of all of this year’s contestants with the headline “Can you guess which beauty queen from Britain’s Next Top Model was born a BOY?” Jennie Kermode, chair of Trans…

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