Advertising is catching up with reality and providing consumers with what they want to see—diversity.
Not only are we witnessing more fashion companies sharing models of varying body sizes, but we’re also seeing more inclusion of models with disabilities in advertising.
While the fashion industry is unlikely to change completely, any steps toward inclusion are a good thing.
What do you think? Is there anyone still being left out of the big picture?
Do you think campaigns that tag photos with hashtags like #changingthefaceofbeauty and #ImGoingBackToSchoolToo are making a difference in the level of acceptance in the general population of those with disabilities or is it just the latest trend in marketing?