Check out the series of interview videos of ‘What’s Underneath’ project at stylelikeu.com, proving visually that real person underneath clothing matters, also helps you feel proud with real beauty & style!
Fear is self-created and unnecessary. It controls yourself, paralyzes you… and puts you in desperate situations, it just stops you from living the life of your dreams. Only solution is that recognize the fear within you and start facing it. Many people are neglected just because they are not so beautiful, and not so charming. This creates fear and hesitation in them on facing the world, also in front of camera. Unfortunately, our society places a high importance on the physical aspect of beauty and neglects the real inner beauty that actually makes you beautiful. Get access to the ‘What’s Underneath Project’ at StyleLikeU website, it helps you redefine what is really beautiful & that is why it’s so important, visually with positive interview videos. Herein each interviewed person takes off layers of their clothing to show that your style & your beauty are much more than your physical appearance. So remove all your fears, be open, and get respect for what you have!
Former fashion editor Elisa Goodkind and her daughter Lily Mandelbaum have started ‘What’s Underneath Project’ on their lifestyle website StyleLikeU. In 2009, Goodkind collaborated with her daughter to launch the StyleLikeU website with a task to honor “authentic” style in spite of supposed industry standards. In project, different group of women and men of myriad body types have been invited to strip down to their underwear in a New York City studio and tell about their experiences with body image and style. Basically, it works on a goal to break down rigid ideas of beauty and help redefine it. It’s really a great empowering project.
The project aims to realize people that true style is not about money, trends, photoshopped imagery or a singular model of beauty, but true style is about the real person inside the clothes, their confidence, spirit and willingness to express themselves openly. Continue Reading »