10 Fashion and Beauty Brands Expanding the Definition of ‘Nude’

“The term nude in fashion and beauty implies a universal skin tone, but has traditionally only existed as a pale pink shade with yellow undertones, like Pantone's Nude. The shade became popular in the 1920s and 1930s for undergarments, but is still a common term today — just see Maison Margiela's bodysuit and Vera Wang's halter dress for example — and many brands continue to define it under such narrow terms.” Read more at Fashionista.