Jeanette's entry into our Beauty Community competition saw her become one of the faces in our campaign. Her application radiated positivity and an energy we couldn't ignore. Jenny, our in-store lingerie expert, was chosen as our store colleague winner. She works in our Swindon branch helping all kinds of women find their perfect fit every day. Through their championing of body positivity across social media, Natalie and Kristabel also encourage unapologetic self-love. Lauren is a breast cancer survivor, campaigner and broadcaster who has changed the conversation around cancer, co-presenting the trailblazing 'You, me and the big C' podcast. These unstoppable women are united by their journey towards self-acceptance.
Why did you want to be a part of the campaign?
Lauren, @iamlaurenmahon: "I've had breast cancer and now I don't, which is great! Before I got ill I would look at myself in the mirror and judge myself. I don't know why, as women, we beat ourselves with this stick that we have to look a certain way."
Jeanette: "I'm on a course to rebuild my own confidence. I got severely knocked four years ago when I lost one of my sons and with that I lost everything, including my body confidence, mentally and physically. This was a competition I saw and thought, yeah, I could do that."
Kristabel, @iamkristabel: "I really wanted to be a part of this campaign because I think it's so important to show different body types. I'm a bit straight up and down but that's absolutely fine."
Jenny: "I wouldn't have done this fifteen, twenty years ago when I had a really good figure. I was really slim and didn't have any stretch marks or cellulite, but you get to an age where you think actually, we all look good, we should all feel good."
Natalie, @stylemesunday: "I wanted to take part in this campaign because I love getting naked. It's nice to see women who look like me represented in the media."