From appropriating cultures to now appropriating designs
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Plus-size models also had their biggest season yet.
Joe Dirt must be so thrilled.
"I think it's really important to start embracing people."
Illamasqua asked its customers to take an anti-Fascism pledge.
Here's a love letter to Ruth Negga, whose style is unparalleled.
The cover might not be diverse, but the inside is.
The show highlighted two disabled models, and had body-positive messages as the soundtrack as well.
Emma Stone in this green Marchesa? Octavia Spencer in this red Naeem Khan?
After reports of no one wanting to sit by Trump at a fashion show, Whoopi Goldberg intervened.
It's getting exhausting.
From statement T-shirts to stirring speeches to even underwear, NYFW was packed with political moments.
Christie Brinkley and Ashley Graham are on the inside. Kate Upton is on the cover.
It's not the first time the model has apologized for appropriating a culture not her own.
West totally reinvented his look, and sent a model wearing a hijab down the runway.
"It's not political for me. It’s really more about fundamental human decency and respect."
Designer Mara Hoffman invited the women to speak at her show at NYFW.
Political or not, her clothes are not good. That's one reason why no one is buying.
His name is Logan Everett, and he's a young boy from Nashville.
The "Hot Felon" known as Jeremy Meeks also walked for Philipp Plein.
LeBron James, Serena Williams, Michael B. Jordan and Gina Rodriguez all appear in the ads.
They both attended the BAFTAs and dressed in Burberry, but come on.
Each of the shows were a celebration of intersectional diversity, with models of various sizes, colors, identities and ages.
Of course, the dress did have its defenders.
The look was dominatrix chic.