Huffington Post wrote an article about a plus size mannequin. There were many negative reactions on this plus size male mannequin at a shop on Reddit.com. I must admit, the proportions of this mannequin are not ok: hands and head are way too small. Anyway, does it mean that for mens fashion it’s even harder to show size diversity?!?
For women it’s already accepted more. Showing clothes on different sizes mannequins in a shop. I think to give a more realistic image: it would be great to see more different sized mannequins in shops. Just to see how clothes will fit a larger size. What do you think?