Women of Color Speak Out on What Victoria's Secret Did So, So Right at This Year's Show

It's no secret that Victoria's Secret has been criticized for not being diverse enough when it comes to selecting models for its campaigns and annual fashion show. But in recent years, that has been changing. For example, at the 2016 event in Paris, Jasmine Tookes was the third black model to wear the Fantasy Bra. [Popsugar]

How the Fashions of the 1960s Reflected Social Change

In the 1960s, the fashion world turned "topsy-turvy," as TIME noted in 1967. Nearly every aspect of that revolutionary decade, from the civil-rights movement to the space race, was somehow reflected in the clothing worn by American women. [TIME]

Playboy just made a major change by finally featuring a plus-size model

Playboy isn't a brand that is known for celebrating diversity, but if their recent shoots are anything to go by, it looks like the blonde cookie cutter clones are out. After featuring their first ever transgender Playmate, Ines Rau, the brand are making more baby inclusive steps by shooting plus size model, Molly Constable. [COSMOPOLITAN]

Solange Is the New Face of Calvin Klein Underwear

In 2014, Calvin Klein launched the #MYCALVINS campaign. That meant that everywhere you looked (on Instagram anyway), the famous and the unfamous posted snaps of themselves in...yes, their Calvin [Klein underwear]. [ELLE]

Top Fashion Companies Come Together to Improve Children’s Rights

H&M, Kering and VF Corporation are among the companies that have joined a new network, set up by the world’s biggest wealth fund and Unicef, to address the plight of children in the garment production industry. After focusing on industries like coal and weapons, Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund is turning its attention to fashion. Together with Unicef, the world’s biggest wealth fund is setting up a network with some of the top fashion companies to improve children’s rights, whether they are exploited in the production of garments and shoes or impacted by the industry in other ways. [Business of Fashion]

Ashley Graham celebrates her 30th birthday with a new swim collection

Supermodel Ashley Graham didn't take a day off for her 30th birthday. Instead she and seven of her closest friends headed to Costa Rica, where they rented a private villa, to shoot a campaign for Graham's swim line. Graham has been a crusader in the body positivity moment, her first Swimsuits for All campaign, highlighted that plus-size women don't always want to hide their bodies — they can rock a string bikini with confidence. [Harpers Bazaar]

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