This month, as part of their "When It Fits, You Feel It" campaign, the JCPenney store in the Manhattan Mall near Harold Square is displaying five mannequins that were modeled after real people. Jason DeCrow / Invision for JCPenney / AP Images The unique mannequins are based on five real people: Dawna Callahan, who uses a wheelchair due to incomplete paralysis; Neil Duncan, a former Army paratrooper who lost parts of both of his legs; Ricardo Gil, who has dwarfism; Desiree Hunter, a 6-foot-tall basketball player; and Beth Ridgeway, a mom who is plus-size. The mannequins were originally designed by a Denver-based custom mannequin company for a Today show campaign called "Love Your Selfie." Jason DeCrow / Invision for JCPenney / AP Images Debra Berman, senior vice president of marketing at JCPenney, said they felt like using the mannequins was "a great opportunity to really make sure we were helping showcase the important subject of body image." today.com The mannequins will be on display at the 33rd Street location until the end of August. See more about the models for these mannequins here. Share On facebook Share On facebook Share On vk Share On vk Share On pinterest Share On pinterest Share On lineapp Share On lineapp Share On twitter Share On twitter Share On email Share On email Share On sms Share On sms Share On whatsapp Share On whatsapp Share On more Share On more Share On tumblr Share On tumblr Share On link Share On link Share On copy Share On copy Omg It's Prime Day!