Because body image is sooo hot right now! But let’s get down to nitty gritty….We are frequently asked to talk, lecture or exhibit, but just can’t meet the demand. It seems everyone wants to chat about personal identity these days.
TOMORROW’S future creatives bring an understanding of the power of image and enlightened practice to their work TODAY in our national competition Diversity NOW! In association with i-D Magazine, sponsored by Succeed Foundation and supported by Arts Thread and Graduate Fashion Week.
We are delighted to be working with some of the most exciting creatives in the UK to judge our Diversity NOW! competition in association with i-D Magazine. Read on to see who supports the All Walks call for diverse body ideals! They’re all top-tastic!
Fashion and Beauty illustrator Nuno Da Costa is one of our judging panel. We are delighted to have him on board for the final leg of the Diversity NOW! national competition for students. For All Walks Nuno created a special illustration to celebrate our call for Diversity…the result is a much more curvaceous body than [...]
Whilst not an All Walks campaign, this recent project I created with my partner in crime Jane Galpin, featured in today’s Standard News for highstreet retailer Debenhams, was as fun to do as any previous All Walks shoot. Innovative in it’s own way too. The Diversity Shoot as it was affectionately named, allowed us to [...]
The banners were out at the South Bank – bright flashes of red and yellow signposting the scale of this year’s Women of the World festival. From the media to mental health, discussions ranged wide. So where better to seek out a synthesis between fashion and feminism on a Saturday afternoon
As far as we know this is the first MBE for Diversity. The All Walks team celebrates wider recognition for Body Image issues
All Walks is delighted to introduce the first post by an academic on our blog. Dr Simeon Gill, Senior Lecturer in Fashion Technology Department of CDT Manchester Metropolitan University.
“My own brush with modeling began at thirteen,” say’s Rosalind Jana, ex professional model. “Barely into puberty, only just beginning to experiment with forming my own identity, I was scouted and signed to a top agency. I felt like Alice – called to London.”
If you had happened to walk past the Freemason’s Hall in Covent Garden last Saturday night, you might have assumed that the large, restless and excited crowd were waiting to see the rare appearance of a famous rock band. And you might not have been far wrong
London Fashion Week produced some inspired collaborations. This one by Ada Zanditon and Viktoria Modesta ticks all the boxes
On the eve of London Fashion Week and the release of her third album Girl Talk, we catch up with front row regular Kate Nash to talk fashion, feminism and the music project that makes us wish we were back at school!