Saturday, November 7, 2009

All Women's Weekend

All Women's Weekend: "Curvy Deliciousness
October 27th, 2009 | Author: admin

Remember when I blogged about Lizzie Miller? Apparently, that small photo featured in Glamour on page 194 sparked thousands of readers to send great feedback about how the magazine is holding up the true beauty of a woman.

And I quote:
The picture wasn’t of a celebrity. It wasn’t of a supermodel. It was of a woman sitting in her underwear with a smile on her face and a belly that looks…wait for it…normal.


The 'woman on p. 194.' Gorgeous!

And wait, there’s more!

These are size 12-18 plus-size models who represent the normal women. I would never be a size 4 even in my skinniest. At size 6, I looked like a skeleton with skin – I look great at size 12! And I am so happy that FINALLY magazines like Glamour are going to be featuring REAL women soon!

These Bodies are Beautiful at Every Size Group Shot

Seven total knockouts From far left: Crystal Renn, Amy Lemons, Ashley Graham, Kate Dillon, Anansa Sims and Jennie Runk. Bottom Center: Lizzie Miller.
* A continued commitment to showing a wide range of body types—and, of course, racial diversity—in our pages, including fashion and beauty stories.
* A promise to give the best plus models not just work, but the same great work straight-size models get, partnering with top photographers, stylists and makeup artists. Because a generous helping of fantasy, in our view, is fabulous—as long as it’s extended to women of all sizes.
* An ongoing celebration of the so-called imperfections, from nose bumps to gap teeth smiles, that make us all unique.
* Enthusiastic support for any designer who manufactures chic clothes we can photograph on full-bodied models. Isn’t it time for changes like these? Reality, after all, is everywhere. On Twitter, Demi Moore tweets matter-of-factly about her body: “I still have excess skin & stretch marks!” And then, “Comes with having a few kids 4 some of us!” Scott Schuman, a.k.a. the Sartorialist, has attracted a cult following by photographing real people with great style—and quirks. Crystal Renn has written a fascinating new memoir about her transition from an anorexic straight-size model to a healthy, exuberant and very successful plus-size model. And Jeffrey Buchman, professor of advertising and marketing communications at the Fashion Institute of Technology, notes that Renn and plus-size model Johanna Dray have shown up on runways at Jean Paul Gaultier and John Galliano, respectively. “Art leads social change, and high fashion is art,” says Buchman. “So these are not frivolous choices;"







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