The discussion about using thin models in fashion more often than plus-size ones is getting hotter and hotter. While some designers still like dressing slim women others tend to change their views and focus on bigger ladies. This shift to women of healthier shapes is reasonable enough as anorexia is a disease of modern teenage girls who look at skinny models and are ready to starve to achieve similar looks.
The campaign ‘Curves ahead!’ features five plus-size models demonstrating us their curvy bodies. The women look good and happy with their lives. They aren’t afraid to show their imperfect bottoms, love handles and other stuff we always try to hide.
Some pictures show models dressed fashionably and some feature them almost nude or completely nude.
The models look good but I don’t think their bodies are to show this way. This isn’t the healthy size. In my opinion, the women need to lose weight.
Speaking about celebrity figures I would say Scarlett Johansson is the most perfect example of a healthy-sized woman. She is slim enough and has curves.
In modelling industry Lara Stone can be described as a healthy-sized model and her shape should be a goal to reach for ordinary women.
Posted by Veronica Valter