Kylie Jenner caused controversy last week after she posed for a fashion magazine in a wheelchair. The pictures for Interview sparked unhappy comments on social media from wheelchair users, although one person in particular took her thoughts a step further.
Fashion designer Chester Weinberg was the talk of the town in the 1960s and 70s. His address book was a Who’s Who of the most influential people in the world…Nancy Reagan, Dionne Warwick, Barbra Streisand…
Gemma Flanagan from Models of Diversity writes for ABLE2UK telling us about the prestigious work the charity carries out…
Between 2008 and 2013 RJ Mitte was better known as Walt Jr. son of Walter White in the popular drama Breaking Bad.
This year’s Tokyo fashion week didn’t just see models walking down the catwalk, for some they were wheeling down the platform as they showed off the latest wears for Takafumi Tsuruta’s label Tenbo.
The fashion business is no stranger to taking diverse avenues. It’s a cut throat industry which judges the appearance over the heart. So when the two collided at New York Fashion Week barriers were broken down and heads were turned, the catwalk had a new surface to parade down…and this time it catered for wheels.
The fashion industry has built up a cut-throat reputation and if you aren’t tall, dark and handsome the chances of you walking down a catwalk is already yesterday’s news.