For a full list of items DAIS needs, click here! Please join us to see women of all shapes and sizes walk the runway to show off beautiful styles from the collections! Comfy sleepwear, striking swimw and lingerie inspired by a Birds of Paradise artistic theme will breeze the runway this year.
Unmentionable, our city's annual lingerie fashion show, is the body-posi party of the year. Get your tickets now. Local lingerie company Jane's Vanity releases stunning new photos in advance of its holiday party.
Sisters Lexi and Alyse Scaffidi have promoted body love for years as creators of the nutrition and workout program BiteSizedFitness, and they recently decided to kick things up a notch and host an inclusive runway show. The project first started when they were watching last year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show and admiring the models' outfits. Instead, the sisters decided to organize a fashion show of their own featuring a diverse roundup of women, and the result was honestly pretty masterful, which makes sense—the show was a huge undertaking.
On Thursday night, at the singer's Savage X Fenty lingerie fashion show -- New York Fashion Week's grand finale -- women of all sizes walked the runway, including one model who appeared to be about nine months pregnant. In an interview with reporters, Rihanna explained that her goal was to toast women "in all forms and all body types and all races and all cultures. According to the fashion magazine, Rihanna's show featured plus-size cover girl Paloma Elsesser, runway regulars Gigi and Bella Hadid, Joan Smalls and Fenty's campaign model, Slick Woods, who stepped out in a barely-there ensemble that showed off her baby bump. Rihanna's goal of empowerment didn't end with inclusive casting, however.
Model and plus-size fashion advocate Ashley Graham strutted down the Fashion Week runway on Tuesday, modeling her lingerie collaboration with body-diverse Canadian retailer Addition Elle. Graham, who is a part of Lane Bryant's Plusisequal campaign, casted other full-figured models to don her Black Orchid collection. See also: What will it take for fashion to embrace plus-size women?
It was Kanye West, Jay-Z and Maroon 5 who got the audience clapping and cheering at the annual lingerie extravaganza at the Lexington Avenue Armory, quite a feat considering they were sharing the stage with the some of the world's top models -- in barely-there get-ups, no less. The show, which also featured a song by Nicki Minaj, who was decked out in a bright orange bustier, cosmic-print skirt and leggings, and a frothy pink wig, will be televised on CBS on Nov. The worlds of fashion and music always come together on this runway, which is more for entertainment, excitement and brand-building than a serious preview of styles.
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First it was the Fenty Beauty make-up line which shook up the beauty industry with the sheer range of skin tones catered for, and now with her lingerie brand Savage X Fenty. Even though the year-old singer and businesswoman only launched Savage in May, its success has been astounding. The sprawling set was like a futuristic garden of Eden — shrubbery was everywhere, as well as what looks to be a lab in the middle of the room.