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Style has No size Adele on Glamour cover!

Not only she has won the UK Solo Artist of the Year,
but she is also gracing the cover of Glamour UK this month.
Again confirmed that Style has No size!

And some different looks of Adele. Wish I could style her once for a shoot or a performance.



DEMAND FOR PLUS-SIZE CLOTHING GROWS

A rise in obesity levels is being reflected in the UK’s fashion market, with retailers expecting the sales of plus-size clothes to hit £4.9billion this year.

Retail analyst, Verdict, suggests the market for large sizes, particularly those aimed at young women and teenagers, is the fastest-growing on the high street. Plus-size clothing is expected to account for 23% of total womenswear sales in 2011, compared to 18% in 2006.

‘Our research has revealed that it is the plus-size market that offers the biggest opportunities for growth,’ says Carly Syme, an analyst at Verdict. ‘While a large proportion of the plus-size market is made up of older shoppers, there is also an increasing need for more fashionable plus-size items for younger shoppers.’

Recent research suggests UK women and young girls are the biggest in Western Europe, but with successful pop artists such as Britain’s Adele becoming icons for a new generation of young women, both catwalk designers and the high street are tapping in to the reality of modern women.

Designer Mark Fast caused a stir when he used size 12 and 14 models during London Fashion Week and Topshop boss, Sir Philip Green launched STYLE369.com for young women going up to a size 26.

As obesity takes hold among British women, Carly says: ‘Retailers are looking to expand their niche collections such as petites, maternity and plus size to ensure growth and increase revenue.’
(source: www.marieclaire.co.uk)


VERSACE goes H&M

VERSACE will design for H&M this year, becoming the
latest high fashion label to work with the Swedish high street brand.
Can’t wait till the 17th of November this year!
Hopefully H&M will bring this collection larger than size 38, thank you!
At least till size 44… There are many plussize Donatella’s out there! Thank you!

VERSACE for H&M


Mia Amber Davis on the cover of PLUS Model Magazine

On May 10, 2011 the plus size industry lost a role model, friend and industry leader, Mia Amber Davis.
The June 2011 Issue of PLUS Model Magazine is dedicated to their friend, Mia Amber Davis.

Plus model mag


SPANISH PARLIAMENT FIGHT AGAINST EATING DISORDERS

This is an alarm and important step for the whole fashion industry!
Time for change, time for healthy models on the runway!

Spanish political group the Convergence and Union (CIU) has presented a proposal to the Government, urging them to take action against eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia in Spain.

Allwalks.org
Heathy is the NEW skinny


Size doesn’t matter

Just want you to show that size doesn’t matter!
Style has NO size…
I have made this photo for Viva, a Dutch magazine about a year ago!
Plussize model Mayra and straight size model Juliette.
Both wearing the same dress in their size!
Dress is from Bonaparte, a webshop which has everything in sizes 36-52
Bonaparte


The now shape

The now shape is curvy! Curvy is the new cool!


Like mother, like daughter…

Like mother, like daughter…
When it comes to a daughter’s body image and eating habits throughout her life, her mother is a major influence. If mothers can learn to value their own bodies, they can teach their daughters to do so as well.
The greatest inspiration will be your mother!


Do I look fat in this?

The book Do I look fat in this? by Jessica Weiner

There is a tendency that especially young women look at their own bodies negatively and have a generally negative body image. This type of anxiety is expressed in what Jessica Weiner calls “the language of fat”: when women talk about their own bodies, they tend to describe it in words like “fat”, “heavy”, “out of shape” and so on.

Jessica Weiner explains in enjoyable, accessible language how using these negative terms damages the ability to construct a good body image. The first step to improving your quality of life and your relationship with your own body is to get rid of that feeling of dislike you have when you look at yourself and start using positive words to refer to your body.
And ACCEPT yourself!


Plussize modelcontest

fashion in conflict






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