curvy models

Shoes: Kendall & Kylie Dress: Rue 107 The secret to winter pastels is texture. This bright blush pink DVF coat has tons of
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I'm a 36 DDD so not wearing a bra for me is 100% not an option and most strapless bras don't do anything at all for me. Still, I shouldn't have to miss out on all the cold shoulder cuteness. Right? So I decided to just see what happens when I rock a bra with my off the shoulder shirt.
Jessica Lewis, a longtime straight-size and plus-size model and producer, believes the new acceptance of body diversity has
I am far from the first woman to rant and rave about this loaded term -- and not surprisingly, many have tried to come up with something entirely different to describe women who don't conform to the thin ideal. Here are some of the most pervasive and interesting ideas that have been kicked around and what I -- as a "plus-size" woman -- think of them.
This is how it's done in 2014. We are beautiful, curvy and sexy and we are not going to hide any more. If you cannot see beauty in these confident, strong women you have a problem, not the other way around.
Summer is not officially here, but things are heating up as NYC begins the biggest celebration of plus size fashion the world has ever seen during Full Figured Fashion Week, June 17-22, 2013.
"I used to come up with these crazy jobs to try and provoke my parents but they said you can be anything you want. So I was
If you never thought you'd be cheering for Elle McPherson and Victoria's Secret models, then read this and you'll be convinced.
The Cut caught up with designer Isaac Mizrahi last night, who was super excited about the influx of curvy models on the Fall
Lara Stone is featured in Vogue to illustrate a "return of curves" trend piece. Yes she has boobs, but at 5'10" and size
3. Curves on runways. The models at New York Fashion Week looked like they'd split a single head of cabbage among all of