As I said before: there should become more collections for the young inbetweenies and plussizes.
There’s a big gap between straight size and plussize and a gap between teenagers and grown up women! We need more young labels! New look, Asos, Evans, dorothyperkins, Forever21+ already are working on this and doing really good! H&M is working on a comeback!
BiB designer Lisa Hajian (H&M)
‘We have gone for a higher fashion content with this collection,
which will appeal to younger customers too.’
Tara Lynn proudly displays her curves in a bathing suit for the latest Big is Beautiful collection.
The healthy brunette also sports a leopard-print one-piece and a strapless jumpsuit.
But the American model, who has featured in Elle, Glamour and a plus-size spread in V Magazine, hasn’t always been so comfortable in her own skin.
She told NBCLA: ‘I was a size 14/16 (UK size 18-20) in high school, and it wasn’t the easiest thing.
‘As a 16, I definitely felt like my weight was holding me back. I was supposed to have these bones protruding from my body and clearly that’s not the case, and not the way my body’s meant to be.’