“We don’t label anyone else that way: chef and plus-sized chef, comedian and plus sized-comedian, doctor and plus-sized doctor. … So why women?”
Stefania Ferrario wants the fashion industry to #droptheplus.
Bust’s “Let’s Get Physical” fashion spread offers five women who are embracing fitness — and their curves.
Model Tess Holliday wants to prove that every body is beautiful.
These are the women you see at brunch and say, “One day I’ll have it together like her.”
“Fashion show, fashion show, fashion show at lunch!”
Because you can be a size 10 in one brand and a 16 in another. The world doesn’t really make sense, after all.
Marie Southard Ospina’s experiment for Bustle saw only three attempts to slim her down.
Candice Huffine is bringing all the curves to the yard.
Strike a full-figured pose.
Critics are appalled at what they believe is the fashion label’s attempt to introduce plus-size models.
Because one width does not fit all.
Because style has no size limit.
“Don’t worry, some guys are really into that sort of thing.”
It’s not the dress; it’s the girl in the dress.
Retailers are devoting more resources to serving the plus-size women’s market. The stock photos representing this group should catch up.
No animal print, god-awful prints, or giant tents to be found.
The plus-size model and fashion blogger has been killing the game and we all need to take notes.
Why is everything weird and sparkly?
Because: “Many American women are a 14 now, and they have the same wants as any woman: to feel beautiful.”
Time to update your wardrobe.
From glitzy finds to the chic little black dress on a budget.
The department store has unveiled its new, larger mannequins that they say better represent what their female customers actually look like. Many think it’s brilliant, but others are unconvinced.
And it’s free of frumpy one-pieces and tankinis.