ARTS THREAD is proud to be partner with All Walks Beyond the Catwalk and i-D for Diversity NOW! 2016.
‘Who made your clothes?’ is a question that’s going to be gracing plenty of lips today as Fashion Revolution Day rears its (very elegant, eloquent) head. April 24th is the second anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza
As Body Confidence week kicks off this Oct 13th, with contributions from Founding Ambassadors All Walks Beyond the Catwalk who sit as advisory members of the APPG , we ask you to join us this academic year for the launch of our latest Diversity NOW! 2014/2015
All Walks Beyond the Catwalk is coming to the end of a lecture tour aimed at turning degree students into ‘conscious practitioners and race is on the agenda. Because the fashion industry is a powerful influence on the way people feel about themselves and inclusivity is good for self-esteem.
On our journey, we have met some brilliant women and men who have also made it their business to deconstruct the allure of fashion and it’s relationship to the bigger picture. Psychologist, writer and former international model, Adriana Giotta above, is one of them.
Every year The Clothes Show Live launches a competition to find a young fashion photographer from across the UK, and this year’s finalist Becky Long captured the imagination of the judges. So much so, that it was believed her image was extensively post-produced. “English Mustard” is like staring into a vibrant fairy-tale, far away into [...]
Gamers are encouraged to utilise scalpels and syringes to ‘fix the patient,’ thus normalising the objectification of women’s bodies and recruiting newer and younger minds to the culture of gender violence.
At All Walks we believe the Equality and Diversity debate is paramount. Is the objectification of women and the prevalence of pornographic imagery by top designers a sign of their lack of creativity?
All Walks celebrated work from 34 colleges and universities on the theme of Diversity NOW! This film by Lee Jones explains why we prioritise working with the next generation of creatives to prioritise Diversity and Equality by challenging body dysmorphia and limited physical ideals within fashion education.
See what co founder Caryn Franklin and model and All Walks supporter Naomi Shimada say about this latest obsession of evaluating and objectifying your body in the Guardian.
All Walks is spreading Diversity NOW! This week we are at At Ryerson University, Toronto as we continue our UK Wide and now international lectures to explore the importance of a broader range of body and beauty ideals in fashion!
Of all the organisations we regularly meet with, Body Gossip run by actor Ruth Rogers and body image commentator Natasha Devon are the most talkative. In fact they never stop spouting off….Good Women!