Diversity in fashion represents everything new and interesting in the industry. Nowadays, we are subjected to the 'cookie-cutter' ideals of what society deems as conventional. This means that models have become the same height, weight and look, causing us to forget what real people and real women ought to look like. Think the shapely silhouettes of the past - Marilyn Monroe, Ava Gardner and Josephine Baker.
We're a group of fashion journalism students from UCA Epsom that have been set with a challenge to talk to you about diversity in fashion. It has become apparent that we have been trapped within certain standards of beauty. We want to know what you think about these issues, so get in touch via the blog, or follow us on our Twitter page.