plus size models

In spite of the fact people clearly love Mayfield’s attitude to normalised beauty standards (he regularly uses the #effyourbeautystandards
Readers claim Gigi Hadid's 'long' hand is a photoshop fail.
Vogue’s latest cover featuring Ashley Graham, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Adwoa Aboah, Liu Wen, Vittoria Ceretti and Imaan
'We have to all be seen. Not just ones who fit the transgender bill.'
Neary believes the fashion industry still has a way to go before it is truly size inclusive - citing the lack of plus-sizes
I was lucky enough to run into Louise Varns a couple of weeks ago. I've been a fan for a while. As someone who's always struggled with being larger, I watch the plus size models in awe. I think I'm brave if I dare to show a bit of leg above the ankle or a hint of cleavage, and yet, there they are strutting their stuff, seemingly without a care in the world. No apparent body image issues; not worrying what others think.
With the likes of Tess Holliday, Candice Huffine and Ashley Graham hitting the headlines on a regular basis, I decided that now would be as good a time as any for me to finally ditch the obligatory fat girl uniform of baggy, saggy and black clothes; and slide into something less like a sack with arm holes.
Women need to be able to relate to the model - how can you invisage yourself in an outfit if a teenage girl with a body of a boy is modelling it? I want to open a magazine and see all types of bodies looking back at me, because the world does not come in one dress size. Everybody is different and that is what makes us beautiful.
Just six plus size models and eight transgender models walked the runways.