INTRODUCING A NEW KIND OF ONLINE MAGAZINE FOR WOMEN — one that inspires women to be natural, sexy, strong, and, above all, to love themselves.
SMV inspires women to be natural, sexy, strong and above all: to love themselves. Our goal is that one day women will not feel the need to hide their bodies in shame or feel less than, but rather embrace the desire to love their bodies with confidence.
We live in a world
Where fashion magazines and media constantly feed information to women on how they aren't beautiful enough through fabricated beauty ads, SMV offers women something radically different. Rather than give women an unrealistic representation of beauty, SMV gives women a raw, unadulterated kind of beauty to be inspired by. By replacing the media's fabrication, we are creating a change towards a more natural beauty, a beauty that is ever lasting.
SMV is a digital outlet that publishes daily content and features on self-love, body appreciation, health, beauty, sex and relationships. Regular articles include: self love journalism, approaches to natural beauty, sex & relationships, photographic stories, and articles on loving your body. All of our interviews are accompanied by beautiful photography with inspiring women we call "SundayGirls," inclusive of athletes to activists changing the world.
SMV HAS A STRONG POINT OF VIEW
SMV is for THE WOMAN who has cellulite, stretch marks, and likes wearing little to no makeup. It's for the woman who feels she doesn't fit into traditional beauty standards, it's for the woman sun kissed with all shades of beauty. SMV is for ALL WOMEN. We celebrate the beauty in women daily, we call these Queens, SundayGirls. As of January 2019, all of our photoshoots are free of: club dresses, makeup, hair extensions and free from societal beauty restraints. A SundayGirl is just herself, raw, bare and beautiful.
As of January 2019, all photoshoots are natural. This means makeup free, free from skin smoothing, and free of digital body manipulation. A SundayGirl encourages realness, by being the example.
"We celebrate the bodies you see in dressing rooms, that that media never does."
We live in a world where women don't feel beautiful nor feel like they can ever measure up to society's beauty standards.
• Only 4% of women around the world consider themselves beautiful (up from 2% in 2004)
• 72% of girls feel tremendous pressure to be beautiful
• More than half of women globally (54%) agree that when it comes to how they look, they are their own worst beauty critic