Category: Plus Size Models
Are you dying to learn how to become a plus size model? Thanks to a number of boundary pushing models, designers, and activists, there is more plus size models visibility in the world of fashion than ever before. Plus size modeling opportunities are rising across the market, from catalog and business jobs to swimsuit modeling, fashion modeling, Instagram modeling, Lingerie modeling, fitness modeling, Glamour modeling, magazine editorials, and sometimes even runway shows.
Plus size models were first represented by modeling agency in the 1970s. Earlier, models freelanced directly with designers, retailers and magazines. Former plus size model Mary Duffy owned Big Beauties Little Women, the first bureau specializing in plus size models in 1977.
As we struggle to fit to the social standards of being PERFECT and in a specific shape, which is tall, slim, smart, skinny, and flawless, some women are breaking these stereotypes by adopting their plus size bodies and redefining criteria. They are teaching us to observe our bodies just the way they are. While slim still continues to be the most desired body type, and plus size trend is also catching up. And nowadays, we will discuss a few women who are taking the lead and therefore are at the very top of their plus size modeling game.
Most famous plus size models are Tara Lynn, Iskra Lawrence, Denise Bidot, Ashley Graham, Hunter Mcgrady, Kathy Peters, Jessica Leahy, Precious Victoria Lee, Chloe Marshall, Danika Brysha, Lexi Placourakis, Tabria Majors.
From Vogue to Sports Illustrated, Elle, and other big names that are kings of the fashion industry, companies are encouraging plus size models like never before. So yes, there is a great deal of scope.
Most of the top modeling agencies in America and around the world now offer plus size models encouragement like Wilhelmina, IMG, ICON, NEXT, Front Management, B&M Models, Models1, Curve Models, Models Direct and Bridge Models.
Here are most famous plus size models!