In this month’s Stella magazine I talk on “all types of beautiful” and how the society deals with beauty standards, inclusion, diversity and how it is to be a fat black blogger in a mostly white skinny country. This transparent article comes in a great timing considering what happened to the Uperfektepiker when they excluded me for being “Too Different”.
You know the drill. Dress up, kill it, repeat. I mean, that’s what we queens aim for whenever we want to feel gorgeous and beautifully fierce.
Lately, I have been feeling so loaded, so much to do and so little time. A mum’s life is slightly more challenging than I expected and I strive to be a good mother, to keep my word up to date and to remember being a woman, to feel sexy and like super fierce. If you got kids yourself you know what I’m talking about. If you don’t, now you do.
Media is the major responsible for raising awareness of the importance of a diversity-friendly society. The fact that men outnumber women two to one on television, that women disappear almost completely after the age of 50 are an unpleasant reality that has been changing slowly.
There is a whole new light over the corset in this season. If the piece is usually related to training, burlesque or a bit of a tacky spot to it, right now is time to change all you know about corsets and prepare to include the item in your priorities list.
Did you know that UV radiation is responsible for 80% (!!) of skin ageing? Or that Dark spots are the main reason for dermatologists consultations? Skin cancer keeps being one major problem in the world. Surely cancer rates, ageing, sunburning or dark spots can be drastically minimised with the right sun care routine. Here is how you include your sunscreen in your routine.
All the images of my latest campaign shot in Brazil have just been released. And they are so beautiful. Check them out here.