To everyone who doesn’t believe that being bigger than a size 0 can make it big, you’re wrong.
Model Angelica Gray has recently been photographed for Vogue. The lucky 19 year old has the option to become the face of Britain’s biggest high-street brands!
All around the world people are judged for not being a size 0, however being curvier is becoming THE healthier look.
"The fact that a size 12 is seen as 'plus size' when it's just normal is unhealthy in its own right," he said. "We absolutely need more normal-looking women like Angelica out there.”
DR Alex Yellowlees, head clinician at the Glasgow priory.
The fashion world has been hit with a lot of negative publicity in recent years for its use of size zero models on catwalks and in magazines. Yet, plus size model Crystal Renn has appeared on the pages of US Vogue. While British designer Mark Fast sent size 12 and size 14 models down the runway during his London Fashion week show in February of this year.
"The profile for plus size is definitely rising and there is more interest within the fashion industry. Girls like Angelica are proving that curvier models can be just as beautiful as a slimmer model and can work equally well in high fashion clothing."
Victoria Allison, model booker at Model Team.
It’s good to see a rise in real woman being on the front pages of our magazines and being respected for their curves!
By Kelsey Knowles, Curvety.com