Radhika Vaz for angry naked ladies


Radhika Vaz for angry naked ladies

It’s so refreshing when women’s fashion talks to women

By Deepa Menon  January 16th, 2015

Come to think of it, there is no better model for a fashion store than an angry naked woman. She represents all those mornings you’ve spent staring at a cluttered closet trying to find one outfit that does not destroy your fragile sense of self-worth. Online retailer FabAlley’s ad featuring comedian Radhika Vaz is part of their Unfollow campaign that urges you ignore the fashion police and “be the original badass that you are meant to be”. Most mornings, I’m not aiming that high—I’ll settle for somewhat comfortable and mostly clean. But this is a worthy cause. More ads for women’s fashion should be aimed at women and not heterosexual men. The campaign doesn’t explain how I’m supposed to suddenly be cool with my own badass self, but I can get behind any message that breaks the silence on nipple hair.