Ipsos surprised beauty executives with a runway show at its recent What The Future event in New York City. Called A Complex Portrait of Beauty, the event focused on themes including customization, inclusion, purpose, machine learning, and data. The runway…
There is a fair amount of historical evidence that suggests growing grains to produce beer is the reason humans morphed from hunter-gatherers to an agriculture-based society. Yet in the past 20 to 30 years, there’s been an incredible efflorescence. What does innovation look like in an industry that is as old as civilization itself?
Anastasia Garcia creates images featuring women across the spectrum of shapes, sizes, races, ages and abilities. Her work has been featured for brands including Chromat, Amazon and Lane Bryant and in the documentary “Straight/Curve” about the body image crisis in fashion. When she thinks What the Future, she asks, “What if we eliminated beauty standards?”
Ipsos conducted a survey for RiverMend Health that shows that many of us are not. When asked about situations in which we feel “dissatisfied” with our bodies, only one in five reports always feeling satisfied. In contrast, nearly twice as many people —and more than twice as many women— report feeling dissatisfied when they look in the mirror.