Hollywood needs some size diversity!

Rebel Wilson

It’s not just the fashion world showing us only one size of women. No! Hollywood is doing the same! Only very, very Read more…

MTV VMA 2013 shows different body shapes!


Some great outfits at the MTV VMA 2013 last night! Here are some celebs with different body shapes. Straight and curvy bodies. Read more…

“…no matter what size you are” says Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson created a clothing line for QVC. She says her collection will be for any body type.
The 14-piece collection is made up of subtle earth tones and easy silhouettes, and can be dressed up or down. “It has to be true to me,” she says. “I would not sign off on it if I would not wear it.”

“I feel like I represent every woman. I’ve been on both sides of the fence. I’ve been a big girl and now whatever this is, the average size, whatever you want to call it. But I wanted the clothes to be where any girl could wear it — no matter what size you are — and you could feel comfortable in it,” said Hudson.

I am not sure what to expect from this… we have to wait till September…

Jennifer Hudson: ” In the neighbourhood in Chicago, a 16 is normal.”

Jennifer Hudson: “I didn’t even know I was considered plus sized until I came to Hollywood,” she says in September’s Self magazine. “I thought I was the perfect size!”

That changed on a red carpet, when “an interviewer asked, ‘How does it feel to be plus-sized in Hollywood?’ I looked around, like, Who is she talking to? Oh, me? I’m plus-sized? In the neighbourhood I’m from in Chicago, a 16 is normal. But in Hollywood, everyone looks exactly the same, so I stood out.”

It’so weird that in Hollywood every woman is not the average of the women in the world… and I must admit: I love Jennifer Hudson, as size 16, so much more!

Is Anna Wintour waking up?

After Cosmopolitan, British Vogue and The Gentlewoman — Adele may be on the cover of American Vogue. Adele is not a sample size, wearing a U.K. size 16. Anna Wintour is shopping for ‘a series of cover-worthy outfits for the size 16 chart-topper to wear on the shoot’ according to WWD. In 2007, Jennifer Hudson, unfortunately a size 8 now, graced the cover of the magazine. Anna will probably have some great designers make clothes specially for her. So if it’s possible for a size 16 singer, it should be possible for plus size models and inbetweenies! So Anna, isn’t it time for more diversity in Vogue? If you show the world it’s possible, all other magazine will follow the ‘Queen of Fashion’. Can’t wait…!

Oh, Adele… don’t lose too much weight… let the stylists sweat to find great garments in your size 16!!!

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