These queer New York models are shaping fashion’s future
And they're all killing it with agencies that care.
Here’s how many women and people of colour are finally getting time on the big screen
In a depressingly unjust awards season, there are at least a few glimmers of hope.
Alva Claire: "Being at the epicentre of change is so exciting"
The Fenty approved-model shares how it felt to be part of Rihanna's monumental show.
Kyla Coleman: "A lot of people are scared of breaking down boundaries"
Rihanna quizzes the winner of America's Next Top Model.
Ugbad Abdi: "In 2020, I'm leaving the pressure people put on me behind"
Rihanna quizzes the Somali-American model, who's been dubbed the breakout face of the season.
Jill Kortleve: "Excluding people? I just don’t get it"
The Fenty-approved model talks to Rihanna about bringing some much-needed body diversity to the runway.
These beautiful compositions are an ode to the female body
Lotte van Raalte spent more than a year photographing 46 women, aged 13 to 94, and bundled the impressive result in her new book ‘BODY’.
In 2020, this is how we are going to re-invent the nude calendar
Alongside the glamour portrayed by Pirelli-type calendars, we need to start celebrating self-expression and diversity. This Dutch creative duo shows us how.
How the modelling industry changed in the 2010s
Over the last decade a sharp shift has happened in the way the modelling industry both operates and is perceived. Here's one former model's take on the changes – from increased diversity to the social media revolution.
how do we make sure diversity isn’t just a trend?
We investigate the issues raised in the wake of the Business of Fashion-Kerby Jean-Raymond scandal.
'dickprint' is the magazine fighting against the fetishisation of gay black bodies
Fed up with the narrow representations of gay black men in mainstream LGBT+ media, CSM graduate Kacion Mayers is breaking the mould with his decidedly NSFW magazine 'DICKPRINT'.
does the climate change movement have a class problem?
Environmental activism is frequently associated with the white middle class, but it's an issue that disproportionately affects working class people and people of colour. Without addressing that dissonance, the movement can't move forward.