plus size model

'Beauty doesn't come pre-packaged in one size.'
Read more on The Huffington Post Tess Holliday has shared a photo of her bare baby bump with a body positive message on Instagram
As women we hear a lot about what we "should" and "shouldn't" do, but multiply that by about a thousand and you may have
Tess Holliday is fast becoming the world's most recognised plus-size model. At 5’5” tall and a UK size 24, she became the
Now I'm all for the modelling industry to be inclusive of all body shapes and sizes and I think plus size modelling has a valid and important role in the industry, but I also think that the average consumer these days is wise enough to know that skinny doesn't equal beautiful any more.
I'm not asking you to eff your beauty standards, I'm asking you to eff your preconceived notions. Understand that not a day has gone by in the past eighteen years in which I haven't been cussed and tutted at and judged for looking the way I look, yet I still get up and go into the world and try to be the best version of myself.
On the back of this, the 29-year-old has been named one of the world’s top plus size models by Refinery 29 and Vogue Italia
Meet our new body image heroine: Elly Mayday. The 25-year-old plus-size model is single-handedly (not counting the help of
As a result, the 5ft 9ins retail student’s weight plunged from 9st 11lbs to 7st 10lbs in just three months – placing her
Over 2012 we saw a backlash to the skinny model with more 'real' models being used in campaigns (for example the latest M&S and Dove adverts) but still the catwalks are full of size 0 waifs. Has the fashion world really changed?