A diversity of women on Vogue.com
The All Woman Project’s founders on pushing for diversity and fashion as protest
Vogue published this article with the amazing pfhotos made by Heather Hazzan.
Though signs of change are apparent, there is still a long way to go when it comes to diversity in the modeling industry. Truly inclusive fashion images remain scarce, and on the runways, the norm is still defined by a narrow standard of beauty. With last year’s launch of the All Woman Project models, Charli Howard and Clémentine Desseaux attempted to challenge these notions via the creation of images that flew in the face of the status quo. They celebrated the appeal of all shapes and sizes, garnering national attention in the process.
Amin to see that’s possible to show fashion in different sizes, colours and ages. This is what I am saying how it should be for years! Well done, All Woman Project! I am your biggest fan!