While fashion designers and brands continue to grab headlines and praise for their “heroism,” garment workers are fundraising for basic needs. This article was originally published at Truthout By Minh-Ha T. Pham Fashion labels from Christian Siriano, H&M and Zara to luxury
by Briana Hernandez “It sucks that we can’t shop together,” a straight-sized friend confessed to me recently. “It’s not fair.” Cue the heavenly harp music. Someone gets it. Someone who has never navigated life in a fat body. Allies are real.
When Tim Gunn released his scathing takedown of the fashion industry's lack of size diversity the Washington Post last week, surely many fashion fans held the same assumptions he did: this year's New York Fashion Week (NYFW) designers would largely stick to
Fashion designer Christian Siriano is doing his part to help usher in a body-positive style renaissance. Christian Siriano casually slipped five plus-size models in his New York Fashion Week runway show this week. Not only that, he also cast models of varying races