Tara Lynn

Huge fashion brands, time and time again, fail to include diverse body types in order to challenge unattainable beauty norms and become more reflective of society. Myla Dalbesio serves as a reminder that successful models don't need to be stick thin.
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"I want to strive to endorse a positive body image and act as a role model to young women who previously thought ‘thin’ was
Seattle-based Lynn, who speaks French due to a six-year stint living in the country, has also landed a major H&M campaign
Check out several photographs below. And head over to Vogue.it to see the rest (warning: NSFW at the link). The glossy's
As you may know, H&M won't have an online store for us Americans until 2012 or so, but here's Tara Italian-style and à la
He added, "We're not out there saying these are role models --we're selling clothes. If you don't want your daughter to look
The April issue of French Elle features plus size model Tara Lynn on the cover and in a twenty-page-long editorial, for the