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Admin21.08.2021

Ísold vill að feitt verði fallegt

If you were anything more than that, you were an outsider, a freak, which made it hard for me to connect with anyone growing up.
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Admin29.06.2021

Ísold vill að feitt verði fallegt

Alexandra Arnold Growing up in Iceland, what was considered stereotypically beautiful? I deserve to be in the same room with everyone else, front and centre.
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Admin03.08.2021

Ísold Halldórudóttir — Tides Magazine

Makeup by Diane Kendal Diane.
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Admin02.07.2021

Ísold Halldórudóttir — Tides Magazine

She is a true representation of the new generation, a vegan pansexual fighting for acceptance whether it is about peoples bodies, gender, sexual orientation as well as human and animal rights.
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Admin22.09.2021

Ísold Halldórudóttir — Tides Magazine

When we look at a person we immediately start to judge them, comparing ourselves to them.
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Admin25.07.2021

Gigi Hari, Isold Halldorudottir, Adesuwa Aighewi and Poppy Delevingne... Photo d'actualité

Is there still a lack of presentation of the fat body in the fashion industry and media? Tell us firstly, what is it that you and others stand for as body activists?.
Admin21.09.2021

How this Marc Jacobs model is reclaiming the word ‘fat’

To this day I suffer with , constantly trying to validate my hunger against greed.
Admin03.09.2021

How this Marc Jacobs model is reclaiming the word ‘fat’

To fully move forward we need to and rebuild the mentality that we are enough.
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Admin01.09.2021

Ísold vill að feitt verði fallegt

The idea that we have imperfections, insecurities or flaws is made up by a system that profits from our doubts.
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Admin30.07.2021

How this Marc Jacobs model is reclaiming the word ‘fat’

Being a body activist, do you feel like there is genuine change happening within the fashion industry? After that it was no longer a hobby but a career.
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Admin05.08.2021

Ísold Halldórudóttir — Tides Magazine

Alexandra Arnold What do you hope to achieve in your activism? Every time I start to doubt myself, or questioning my worth based on my appearance, I ask myself why? The campaign speaks so many volumes! We all deserve to feel equal, especially now more than ever during a racial pandemic.