Psssst….. style has NO size!

The great illustration is from Esra Roise


Dutch inbetweenie Janneke

Some beautiful pictures of Dutch inbetweenie Janneke (size 44-46) for Turkish brand NOGG.


Bombshell Babe Robyn

Just love this Bombshell Babe editorial in Cosmo UK, photography: Mark Andrew. Not only is Australia totally in love with inbetweenie Robyn Lawley…. even the UK loves her. And again big applause for Cosmo UK: a great editorial with an average size (40-42 EU) model! It’s getting time the Dutch Cosmo came with an inbetweenie editorial! Dare to show some size diversity!


When life throws you Curves! Embrace them!

The best message I can give you and tell myself! Haha! Illustration is from Emma Joy!


Beauty can come in any dress size


Feeling beautiful, no matter what size

Another teaser for the tv show Curvy Girls and Ivory Kalber, Dorothy Combs Models, has a beautiful quote.

http://youtu.be/NFjbpFYxCko


Denise, a sexy powerwoman!

Gorgeous inbetweenie Denise Bidot (size 46 EU) from MUSE NYC and Brigitte Models. She will shine in the program Curvy Girls in a nice fashion story! Photography by Chelzea Jessica Lee, styling by Barborka Jindrakova, and make-up & hair by Jenna Kuchera.
Great story, love the styling! Edgy, but sexy. Well done!


Love this Asian inbetweenie!

Again another great story which says: style has nothing to do with size! Inbetweenie Stephanie Shiu (size 40 EU) from MUSE NYC and Milkmanagement for More Magazine. I love this girl! Great to have an Asian beauty in the curve section!


I love size diversity in fashion!

Just want to show you: style has NO size! And with this picture I want to show the fashion industry: diversity in size is possible!


The cover model didn’t fit the Lacroix skirt.

Anna Wintours first ever Vogue cover from November 1988. The model, Michaela, was wearing a haute couture Christian Lacroix jacket with Guess jeans. She was wearing these jeans, because the skirt (part of the Lacroix suit) didn’t fit the model. She had been on vacation in Israel and had gained a little weight.
“People applied all sorts of interpretations: It was about mixing high and low, Michaela was pregnant, it was a religious statement. But none of these things were true. I had just looked at that picture and sensed the wind of change. And you can’t ask for more from a cover image than that.” Was Anna happy using a model that didn’t fit the sample sizes? Now, with Wintour having only recently launched Vogue’s ‘Health Initiative’, we hope only healthy sizes will be in Vogue.



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