Diversity in fashion comes in all sizes, and each size is gaining its deserved representation on the media and beyond , for good and all. For this reason, knowing that representation matters and that the movement of plus-size models is finally in the spotlight, we decided to take stock and see how and with whom the fashion industry is celebrating plus-size beauty. Accompany us on this long and fascinating journey that will give you a clue on how to become a successful plus-size model, and at the same time inspire you with the best and most empowering plus-size models of the moment! When talking about plus-size models and the plus-size movement in general which is a direct expression of the body positive movement , we need to begin by saying that the definition of plus size depends on a myriad of factors. And anyone could prove it by asking friends, relatives or even strangers down the streets how they define a plus-size woman.
Curvy models once could only find modeling jobs in Lane Bryant ads. Today, these curvy girls are in magazine covers everywhere—even the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition features curvy mode. The public has rejoiced and embraced the change, and the movement is not abating. Modeling agencies and scouts welcome all body types and looks, and the success of so many curvy models showcases this fact. While there are several new curvy models on the scene, here are nine important ones.
They are teaching us to celebrate our bodies just the way they are. And today, we will talk about a few women who are taking the lead and are at the top of their modeling game. A supermodel who managed to be the first plus size model on Sports Illustrated cover and did it with so much grace that she bagged another three covers right after.
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