A woman stands on stage and cries. But this is not the Olympics or the Paralympics. There are no medals to be won.
Every year, I looked forward to seeing which newcomer would join the beautiful lineup of bombshells and which musicians — from Lady Gaga to Rihanna — would perform their chart-topping hits that often served as the soundtrack of my youth. From start to finish, I was spellbound by the statuesque models strutting down the runway wearing enchanting sparkly and vivid ensembles topped with resplendent wings decorated in eye-catching feathers and rhinestones. I dreamt of one day being a VS Angel myself and having the esteemed honor of wearing those wings.
Check out our guide to the best sales of the day. Were there no plus-size models available? On their website and on TwitterPlus Size Baby shows slender models wearing lingerie several sizes too big for them.
A plus-size clothing company, literally called Plus Size Babytakes advertising their product to a whole new level of extremely wrong. Um, excuse me? This pair of underwear runs in size L-3X.
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The year-old mum-of-one from Falls City, Nebraska, USA, said she was excited at the prospect of being able to purchase plus-sized lingerie online. Instead of using plus-sized women to model their clothes, the online store has taken photographs of petite models wearing larger clothes - despite the garments being far too big for their frame. In one photograph used to advertise a pair of black leggings, the model has even squeezed her entire body into one pant leg.
There are more options for plus-size clothes than ever, which is largely because of the magic of the internet. But one online clothing company seriously dropped the ball. This is a spot-on example of how NOT to advertise to plus-size women.
Twitter is up in arms about a plus-size company's shocking marketing tactics — and for good reason. Online retailer Plus Size Baby thought it was a great idea to have a brand that caters to plus-size shoppers in name while using skinny models in reality. I know, I know. It sounds pretty bonkers that a plus-size brand would ever hire skinny models to sell anything at all, but
The year-old was modelling her own lingerie range which was created to compliment fuller-figured women. Ashley Graham looked a picture of perfection as she strutted down the catwalk at New York Fashion Week on Wednesday night. The 5'9" beauty was modelling her own lingerie line's holiday collection - and looked a million dollars doing it.