As part of my fourth-year thesis project, That's How She Eats, I created a coffee table book and a website to explore the possible ways that fashion images portraying food and female Millennial models can be constructed to represent a greater diversity of body sizes and cultures, and to authentically communicate female Millennials’ relationships with food in real life.
The creative project strives to perforate narrow-minded stereotypes that skew women’s relationships with food by
unravelling the various functions of food in their lives and positioning food as a source of empowerment for women.
Interviews with 10 ethnically diverse female Millennials had been culminated in this project.

Features: all original editorial writing, illustrations, photography, layout and graphic design 
Go to the bottom to view the full digital book or click here.
The full website can be viewed here.

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