From curves to waifs: 100 years of the 'perfect' body
The pressure to be thin seems to come from everywhere: fashion runways, magazines, even from within. But we’ve not always celebrated the exceptionally thin frame on women or ripped and bulky muscles on men. There was a time when a few extra pounds in all the right places was considered the ideal body type for women and a lean or lanky frame was the height of male attractiveness.
TODAY is exploring the issues we all face with body image on a daily basis, hoping to help you change the way you see yourself. Everyone from Naomi Campbell to Michelle Obama will weigh in. Follow the series at TODAY.com/LoveYourSelfie.