The controversy regarding plus-size models seems to go in circles. Some women get called out for looking too thin, while others are accused of representing or encouraging an unhealthy ideal. But, when it comes down to it, we have much better things to discuss.
In fact, let's turn the conversation around entirely. After all, no matter what size they may wear, these models have posing skills that could revel the supers. And, they're finally bringing some much-needed body diversity to an industry that's been falling behind. Specifically, we're referring to the five up-and-comers ahead.
With major campaigns and editorials under their belts, these are the models who are currently carving a place for themselves in the fashion industry — plus-size or other. They're gorgeous, talented, and, yes, have been blessed with curves in all the right places.
Click on and meet the women who don't fit the straight-size mold. Thank goodness!
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