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Beauty in this world comes in all different shapes and sizes, and the fashion industry needs to reflect that. The work that Models of Diversity is doing is vital in changing the narrative; keep up the amazing work. Edward Enninful OBE

Models of Diversity is a registered charity established by ex-model and campaigner Angel Sinclair dedicated to broadening the modelling, beauty and media industry and opening it up to the beautiful people that we don’t often get to see on our Instagram feeds, billboards, TV ads and runways. We campaign for more brands to work with differently abled people, older models, plus size models and many more unrepresented groups.

We have had some phenomenal successes over the years placing models in Fashion weeks around the world including New York, Milan, Russia and London, nearly a decade ago we were one of the first to put on a plus size catwalk show and were at the forefront of the body neutrality movement which places far more emphasis on being 'OK' with the body you have and trying to exist peacefully within it.

Our billboard campaign for Models with disability created massive publicity in the heart of London and Internationally, and our nationally run workshops for models with disabilities has had a significant role in launching the modelling careers of many attendees including Kelly Knox (Primark) and Jack Eyres (Scope, NY Fashion Week etc) and continue to play a key part in building confidence and inspiring others. We boast an array of celebrity supporters, but more importantly, we have created a community who love and support each other daily over social media.

We have had the honor of working with some amazing brands and individuals, such as an extremely successful campaign and model search with Miss Guided, casting 9 models in their body positive campaign, a collaboration with Rankin Studios and Stonewall on Proud Nation, a campaign to highlight the LGBTQIA+ community’s lack of representation and a project acclaimed photographer Linda Blacker on a campaign featuring Jo Wood and highlighting ageism.

Most recently, with the support of the British Fashion Council, MOD celebrated over a decade of championing alternative ideals of beauty by holding a positive, revolutionary Catwalk show promoting inclusivity, empowerment and self-love on schedule at the Freemasons Hall during London Fashion Week.

We have highlighted stereotypes around age, size and ability and our ambassadors have spoken passionately about their experiences whilst continuing to inspire and represent our society.

As a charity we can only survive with the sponsorship and donations from individuals and companies like yourselves who are respected as allies within the community.

Range in collaboration with Models Of Diversity ambassador Angela Taylor.

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