“I didn’t want to compromise who I was and what I believed in for an industry,” Bidot tells PEOPLE
“When the clothes change, the women change,” she says. “They start feeling more confident and then all of a sudden, people start seeing them differently. It’s been a really, really cool thing to see from the inside out.” – Denise Bidot
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Here’s the good news…for the first time ever Sports Illustrated has a gorgeous Curvy model (Ashley Graham) on its cover with curvy athlete Ronda Rousey inside! The bad news is a former SI covergirl (Cheryl Tiegs) feels the need to complain about it. #whenwillwomenstophatingoneachother. Whenever the status quo gets a smack down, it’s won’t go quietly. Work those unapologetic curves Ashley!
This is horrible! The ‘world’s first supermodel’ Cheryl Tiegs has been on the cover of Sports Illustrated several times, but she’s got no love for one of this year’s covergirls, Ashley Graham. As a matter of fact, she’s calling the plus-sized beauty ‘unhealthy!’ Here’s the scoop.
The beautiful Tyra Banks was the curviest of the Victoria Secret angels and is also never one to hide her truth. The timing of this story seems perfect since the launch of the new Lane Bryant #Plusisequal campaign has gained so much success.
“When I would gain weight and I had a big Victoria’s Secret shoot, say they wanted me to shoot the cover of the swimsuit issue, I would just make my hair bigger to make my booty look smaller,” – Tyra Banks (according to an interview with People Magazine)
Target launches a series of ads inspired by Vintage Vogue including a Curvy/Plus-size campaign for curvy friendly brand Ava + Viv and featuring supermodel Candace Huffine. Check out the behind the scenes stories by clicking on the link below…
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Source: TargetStyle, in Vogue