Not only the German magazine Brigitte has decided to publish pictures of ‘real sized’ women, it appears. Other magazines follow, as the Huffington Post writes today.
The picture V Magazine published on its cover
The Huffington Post mentions V Magazine, a fashion magazine, which published five curvy women on its frontpage. The magazine cited model photographer Solve Sundsbo who said: “I loved the opportunity to show that you can be beautiful and sexy outside the narrow interpretations that normally define us.”
Hopefully it will be a trend and liberate women from the frustration of not being thin enough. Pity for mr. Karl Lagerfeld, who stated that the world of fashion should maintain an illusion with its ultrathin models, but maybe even he in the end will change his mind.
Latest: Belgium’s newspaper De Morgen published an article on curvy models as well and asked itself if fat, full breasts and real bums will be the future.
And what I didn’t know: model Crystal Renn published a book called Hungry about the pressure on models to be thin. She is curvy and beautiful.
Magazine Elle shows curvy model Tara Lynn, according to Mexico’s newspaper El Universal (among others). Good news!
Latest: Belgium’s newspaper De Morgen tells us that Saks Fifth Avenue is going to sell designer’s clothes for bigger women.
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