How are American body ideals changing?
18 Jun 2018
How are American body ideals changing?

As body ideals broaden to incorporate a range of shapes, colors, ages, and abilities, people are more exacting about the ways in which companies approach diversity. How can brands go beyond token gestures to satisfy these demands and show they have inclusivity written into their DNA?

Grace Mateo

Grace Mateo is a Brooklyn-based QTPOC artist who creates polarizing and intersectional integrative art. Their work often addresses socioeconomic conflicts, gender and sexuality, as well as mental and physical health issues in a variety of media. Grace seeks an exchange of understanding with the audience by creating a space for discussion, attempting to celebrate our similarities and differences.

Heather Hazzan

Heather Hazzan is a photographer in New York City who enjoys photographing women of all shapes, sizes, colors and ages.

Natascha Nanji

Natascha Nanji is an artist and writer with a background in Anthropology and Fine Art. She contributes to art journals, museums and tech agencies and works with arts organisations to enhance their digital systems and communications. Natascha studied cultural criticism at the Royal College of Art and is co-editor/publisher of LAY IT ON THICK, a literary magazine orbiting themes around desire and erotics.