Posts Tagged ‘curvy models’

How to Get More Exposure from Modelling Agents and Scouts

Friday, June 17th, 2016:

Getting more exposure from modelling agents and scouts isn’t much of a challenge if you aspire to be a plus size model. And you really don’t need to have any prior experience before you can get some exposure to the right places. What is especially important is to get as exposed as possible to people […]   Read More →

Plus Size Modelling – Photoshop Tricks and Fat Suits

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015:

The “fake fat” look (faux fat!) is achieved by padding up thin models to imitate curves, but it is fast becoming unacceptable; after all, we all find it hard to believe there are no full-figured curvy models out there. In the fashion industry, when showcasing designs for fuller women, it was the norm for thin […]   Read More →

Recent Plus Size Mannequin Sales – Great News for Fat Models

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012:

An increase in the retail of plus size mannequins and the latest upsurge in sales created by boutiques and high street shops is a good sign that clothing chains are increasingly marketing trendy apparel designed for curvaceous women. The fashion industry watchers believe the new and now heightened trend of the century is in part […]   Read More →

Plus Size Modelling – Economics of Using Curvy Models

Monday, November 14th, 2011:

Using curvy models just as much as lithe and frail fashion models should now be the norm today because more and more people are embracing and admiring curves . . . being bone thin is not as attractive anymore. Today’s woman desires to be curvy . . . she likes noticeable hips, toned limbs, and […]   Read More →

Plus Size Model

Sunday, November 13th, 2011:

We all know that plus size modelling in the fashion industry has taken on a new dimension entirely. Who would have thought? Things certainly have taken a turnaround; as it is not like it used to be, where size 14 would never ever have featured on the fashion runway We all know that “thin was […]   Read More →

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