JP Sartre expressed that, “we are our choices”. People are born with numerous choices and decisions enveloping them on each step they take, as they escalate forward in this ferocious world. Social circle, career options, opting for the desired spouse, all these life-altering preferences are in one’s own hand except the choice of who they want to be born as physically. The DNA and genes predetermine how each individual would shape up externally. If human beings were trusted with the authority to select their physical appearance, monotony would prevail on this Earth. It is crucial to emphasise that molding into the stipulated idea of beauty to please others, surrendering to the social pressures of the society is inconsequential Everybody would want to fit in the defined criteria of beauty. Slim, tall and fair would be sighted pole to pole. The people who fit in these standards of beauty are deemed as blessed while the ‘unblessed’ beings invest ninety percent of their lives attaining this frivolous level. It is crucial to emphasise that molding into the stipulated idea of beauty to please others, surrendering to the social pressures of the society is inconsequential. Instead of challenging the biological aspects, realistic and prudent groups brightly made use of fashion as a tool to heighten their personality. Fashion holds a great share in enhancing beauty as it refines one’s individuality. If a person is rendered presentable through exquisite clothes and accessories, he would be capable of holding others’ gazes in the crowd. An aura of confidence is appended through fashion and it compels the person to keep himself maintained and remain in good health. It is frequently contested that beauty necessitates no ornaments and people do not need to pursue the newest trends and style to appear striking. Leading Canadian fashion model Winnie Harlow is celebrated, owing to her exceptional skin condition termed Vitiligo However, an uncut diamond and a rock have no dissimilarity at all. It is only when the diamond is polished, it becomes a distinguished gem elucidating that fashion plays a part in grooming and revamping masses. Celebrities are stunning as they direct their energy and efforts in grooming themselves. Their outer shell is dependent on the designers who sensibly opt what would benefit them. True beauty lies in diversity and the imperfections attached to a person amplifies their uniqueness. The imperfections impede an individual to fall in the category of plastic. The leading Canadian fashion model Winnie Harlow is celebrated, owing to her exceptional skin condition termed Vitiligo. She perceives her skin disease as a work of art and walks the ramp with conviction. Likewise, Ashley Graham, a top plus sized model, serves as an inspiration for millions of women who underwent body shaming. A person’s scars, colour, fat and features prevent them from drowning in the ocean of alike faces. It is wisely stated, ‘beauty comes when fashion succeeds’. Published in Daily Times, September 9th 2018.