POSITIVE ROLE MODELS TO FOLLOW
Bishamber Das is Britain’s first Asian plus-size model and founder of @girllikemeonline. She aims to challenge the concepts of beauty portrayed in both music and film and increase representation in the media as a whole. She is also Britain's first youngest Asian magistrate judge!
ZANNA VAN DIJK
Zanna is the co-founder of sustainable swimwear brand Stay Wild, financial education platform Thrive Money and a Forbes 30 Under 30 entrepreneur. She motivates and inspires women around the world with active travel and the outdoors, whilst using her platform to push for positive change.
LEXIE & LINDSAY
Dr. Lindsay Kite and Dr. Lexie Kite are identical twins and authors of the book More Than a Body: Your Body Is an Instrument, Not an Ornament, and co-directors of the nonprofit Beauty Redefined. They help women recognize and reject the harmful effects of objectification in their lives.
Stephanie is a professional model, entrepreneur, brand ambassador, content creator, and businesswoman. She also happens to be plus-sized, but she doesn't like the box that plus-size or curvy models are often forced into. She is using her platform to normalize all body types, show that you can be more than just one thing.
Brynta is a body confidence advocate and content creator from Toronto, ON. Raised within the South Asian community, she understands what it’s like to grow up with body image issues rooted from her environment and has dedicated her work to ensuring that others are encouraged to live unapologetically, no matter what their journey with their body is.
Big, bald and embracing it - Laura is a campaigner for living well with visible difference. After two decades of hiding her alopecia, she now uses social media to celebrate her differences. Laura recently modelled in London Fashion Week but, more importantly, she is hoping to become the role model she so desperately needed as a child.
Jessica is an American content creator, speaker, and disability advocate born with CHILD Syndrome, a very rare genetic condition that affects 60 people worldwide with skin and limb deficiencies. She launched her blog, The Rolling Explorer where she educates and spread awareness of her lived experience to increase disability visibility, self love and be the representation she didn't have growing up.