Plus, Naomi Campbell on her new collaboration with Pat McGrath and using her platform to celebrate Black excellence.
"People want a distraction. They want something that feels like a sense of normalcy right now. But it's finding a balance between being able to provide a little bit of an escape but also still being realistic about the situation."
A growing cohort of influencers are prioritizing moral and ethical responsibility in their work — and it's changing the way brands do business.
One influencer takes the co-host of "The Real" to task for not doing her research.
The online retailer intends to ramp up influencer partnerships in the plus-size space.
As influencers continue to have growing lucrative platforms and partnerships with brands, social responsibility can't be ignored.
These are the real retail disruptors.
Plus, Aquazzura takes Ivanka Trump to court.
Reminder to designers: All money spends the same, regardless of size.
It's bringing a whole new point of view to the plus market.
Despite feeling othered as a curvy, queer, Middle Eastern woman, she used her blog to launch a killer career.
These are the digital influencers getting their readers to shop, and landing collaborations with brands along the way.
It's the retailer's first plus-size line designed in-house.
Brands and retailers are learning that the key to appealing to plus-size shoppers is by offering an extended -- rather than simply a large -- range of sizes.
Hold all comments until the end, please.
Get ready to rejoice, ladies: This one comes in sizes XS through 4X.
And Charlotte Olympia plots her international expansion.
Last night, a group of the industry's top plus-size bloggers and journalists--including host Nicolette Mason--gathered at Rent the Runway's New York headquarters for a sneak preview of the brand's newest venture: Plus size rentals.
Despite the fact that the average American woman is now a size 14, it seems like the fashion world is less plus-friendly than ever. So what gives?