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14 Nov

This Plus-Size Model Is Recreating Victoria’s Secret Ads

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When Victoria's Secret announced their 2017 fashion show lineup, it didn't escape fans' notice that not one of the 52 models was plus-size. But now, one plus-size model has decided to show Victoria's Secret exactly what they're missing by recreating some of their famous adverts on her Instagram account.

Man, back fat rolls are sexy, ion care! @jessyjphoto
Tabria Majors(@tabriamajors)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 9월 21 오전 11:54 PDT

Tabria Majors is a plus-size model based in Brooklyn. Speaking to the Huffington Post Canada, Tabria revealed that by recreating the adverts she hopes to "open the discussion of inclusivity in the mainstream media." Sharing her recreated images, Tabria wrote: "Maybe I’ll be a Victoria’s Secret Angel this year for Halloween, since it ain’t happening in real life lol....
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25 Sep

Natalie Nootenboom On Being The First Plus Size Model To Walk Anna Sui And Championing For Body Positivity

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Earlier this month, 16-year-old Natalie Nootenboom made history when she became the first plus-size model to walk in the Anna Sui show during New York Fashion Week. The 5’11, half Japanese model and niece to DJ Steve Aoki was once bullied for the very traits that have made her a standout in the modeling industry: her long dark hair, full lips, green eyes, and distinct Asian features. But Nootenboom believes her mission is one of empowerment and continuing the body positivity movement that has already helped her feel more represented. “I'm an ambassador for women and for body image,” Nootenboom tells ELLE. “I think that the more plus size models are out there and the more that they are incorporated into...
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19 Jun

Plus Size Model Celebrates Her Cellulite With Gorgeous Photo

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Being a model comes with a lot of perks — and a lot of scrutiny. Models are frequentlycriticized for their bodies if people deem them unacceptable for any reason, particularly when it comes to weight. Fortunately, there are now models like Ashley Graham, a.k.a. the first plus-size model to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue. And she's helping to change how society sees — and talks about — women's bodies.

On Thursday, Graham posted a this gorgeous photo where she's riding a bicycle in a short and sweet dress:

A little cellulite never hurt nobody.. Stop judging yourself, embrace the things that society has called 'ugly'. #lovetheskinyourein #beautybeyondsize A S H L E Y G R A H A M(@theashleygraham)님이 게시한 사진님, 2016 6월 15 오후 2:56...
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