Ashley Graham, Beauty beyond size

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A great interview with Ashley Graham in The Edit. Read more…


7 cool plus size fashion brands!

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Marie Claire UK came with a top 7 of cool plus size fashion brands! 1. Asos Curve 2. Juna Rose 3. H&M 4. Cut for Evans 5. Net-a-porter 6. Marina Rinaldi 7. Navabi, a Read more…


It’s a men’s shoe world!

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I must admit: I am a real shoe addict… And lately I am in love with all these men’s shoes. They are comfy, not sexy but so great to combine with a stylish look! The Read more…


‘I want to design a line with body diversity in mind’

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Former anorexic, later plus-size model Crystal Renn, now size 38 EU/8 US, wants to design fashion for women big AND small: ‘I want to design a line with Read more…


Is an inbetweenie ready for pret-a-porter clothes???

After reading this article on The Curvy Fashionista: do we want nice things? This is very interesting. When I am going to net-a-porter and search clothes in my size XXL, there’s a very small selection. And nothing I wanna have. There’s nothing of my favorite designer: only casual pieces of Vivienne Westwood and some items of Marc Jacobs I DO NOT want to have. And YES: I want nice things. Most of the time I buy cheap stuff, the only reason because the cheaper shops go up to size 46!
So the solution will be: make my outfits look like designer…
What do you think about designer clothes or nice looking items? Is an inbetweenie ready
for pret-a-porter clothes???


Again the excuse: “it’s that there isn’t demand from buyers”

Wel well…. the first designer who steps up for clothes larger than size 12 at net-a porter!!!! Mary Katrantzou, designer of great printed dresses: “I was looking at a size 14 (uk) woman wearing our dress and I thought, ‘I can’t believe we don’t go bigger than that size!’ because she looked tiny.” Racked.com wrote an article about her and the sizes. This is because she’s a 14+ herself… Hopefully she will design for women larger than a UK size 14…

“Sometimes designers are blamed for not going to a size 16, but it’s not that: it’s that there isn’t demand [from buyers]. So I think if buyers were more brave to try it for a couple of seasons, they would sell more and designers would produce more.”

Come on…. no demand from buyers! Ofcourse there’s a demand! Most of the designers are afraid to extend their collections! 14+ doesn’t only want to buy bags and shoes at net-a-porter… we want dresses, skirts, tops and more!




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