We are all fans of collaborations aren’t we? And Lane Bryant seems to be on top of their game when it comes to teaming up with talent. Today, they announced their collaboration with the students of Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. They sent me a few images from the collection which is expected to launch February 2nd, exclusively on Lane Bryant’s website, and in both the brand’s flagship location on 34th Street and the store at Del Amo Fashion Center in the Los Angeles area. Shop the limited edition collection here. “This collaboration is an important…
If there’s one thing that bugs me the most about the plus size fashion industry, it’s the lack of true representation when it comes to body shape and size diversity. Not every plus size woman has a flat stomach, is hour glass shaped, or is 5’9 or taller. I’m 5’6, a size 16/18, and I carry most of my weight in my stomach. I’ve discussed this before on this blog or probably ranted about it on Twitter. It’s annoying and frustrating to say the least. And I’m not the only one who feels this way.
#PlusIsEqual is Lane Bryant’s latest campaign with a powerful message! Plus size woman want to be seen and represented in the fashion industry, the media, and in the world. They started by strategically placing a mysterious ad right smack in the middle of Vogue‘s huge September issue. Then came the billboards around Manhattan and “the commercial.” And now, they are set to take over Times Square on Monday, September, 14, 2015 at 12 p.m.
Aren’t you sick and tired of people telling you what you shouldn’t wear as a plus-size woman? I know I am. There are a lot of fashion rules out there, but of course there are some that are specifically targeted to us. You may or may not follow them, and that’s up to you. Just so you know, I’m not following anyone’s fashion rules except my own.
When the news of plus models walking the runway during New York Fashion Week hit social media, it seemed like the internet exploded for a moment. Everyone had an opinion about it. Some good, some bad, and some right-on-point. The minute I read my friend Ivory’s Instagram status, underneath a photo of model Denise Bidot walking the Chromat runway, I couldn’t help but laugh and instantly agree with her.
I started this blog in 2010, since then the plus-size fashion community has grown leaps and bounds online. Don’t get me wrong, there’s still a lot more this community has to accomplish. And I know it’s only going to get better. For now, I wanted to put together a quick list of my seven favorite online resources for plus-size fashion.