Famous Plus-Size Models That are Beautiful in 2019
Plus Size Models – It is a known fact that a lot has changed in the modeling industry in the last few years. If you’ve been in touch with the industry, you would agree that modeling has shifted from what it used to be, as many bold and beautiful women are beginning to embrace their bodies for good and taking over magazine covers and runway shows as well.
With the first plus size model gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, the world is standing up and taking notice of gorgeous women who represent more the United States’ average population. Women all around the world are ecstatic to see beautiful women that are closer in size and shape to the working woman, the woman who cannot afford a personal trainer or dietician.
Here are some famous Plus Size Models
Philomena Kwao is not just one of the most beautiful plus-size models out there, she is also an avid scholar, campaigner, and spokesperson for a variety of different issues. She has advanced educational degrees and runs her own advising and health business called “The Lily Project”, dedicated to answering health and beauty questions of young women. She has been campaigning against segregation of size and race in the modeling industry and is an amazingly influential person. She is beautiful not just because of her looks, she has the whole package, which makes her easily the number one on the list.
A supermodel who managed to be the first plus-size model on Sports Illustrated cover and did it with so much grace that she bagged another three covers right after. She is associated with Vogue, British Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and many other big names.
The American model continues to redefine the way a woman’s body is looked at and is a body image activist leading positive body movements, indeed making a difference. She has been featured in Vogue’s ‘30 Under 30’ list and is also part of the ‘25 Most Intriguing People’ in 2016.
Ashley took it to the next level by writing a book titled ‘What Confidence, Beauty, And Power Really Look Like’. An inspiration in the most real sense.
Jada is an inspiration to anyone with GG boobs who thought they couldn’t run. In 2018 she ran the London marathon in nothing but her underwear to prove that fitness comes in all shapes and sizes.
Simone has been named as one of Liketoknow. It‘s ‘body positive influencers to watch out for’, and we’re so on-board with her passion for diversity and female empowerment.
La’Tecia was first discovered when she was 15 in her hometown Melbourne. She is now one of Australia’s most famous plus-size models. La’Tecia previously competed in fitness modeling competitions as a size 10 but struggled with mental illness and body confidence. Now a size 16, La’tecia is content with her body and feels that plus-size modeling is a liberating experience.
At the beginning of 2018, La’Tecia took to Instagram to post a comparison between a retouched and unretouched photo, to remind women that not everything in the media is the truth. The body-positive model feels that the industry should drop the terms ‘plus-size’ and ‘curvy’ modeling, and promote women of all sizes.
Any plus-size conversation without a mention of Danika Brysha would be incomplete. She is a curvy hottie who has done many projects for clothing brands like Kohls, Target, Forever 21, and many others.
In addition to her modeling career, she has a YouTube channel where she shares interviews, clean eating tips, and other lifestyle videos with her fans. The plus-size model is also the CEO and founder of Model Meals, a fast-growing healthy meal delivery service.
While growing up, Haley was bullied for being an overweight kid but now, she seems to be having the last laugh, as she is today one of the famous plus-size models in the industry as well as the CEO of her own plus-size collection. She began modeling as a plus-size model in 2007.
Over the course of her career, she banded together with modeling agencies such as Wilhelmina Models and Ford Models and has graced several modeling shows such as the British Plus Size Fashion Week (2014).
Hasselhoff was once named the ambassador for Pulp Fashion Week in Paris. She is very beautiful and famous for helping to reshape a whole lot of things in the industry. The blonde beauty was born Hayley Amber Hasselhoff on 26th August 1992, in Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Robyn Lawley was the first Australian model of non-straight size to appear on the cover of Australian Cosmopolitan and Australian Vogue. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Robyn Lawley spoke out against the term ‘plus-size.’
Lawley said she hopes the term plus size would outgrow it’s used, feeling that plus-size models were sometimes employed as a shock tactic and grab for the press.
We love Riley for her beautiful images, as well as her real and hilarious captions.
A passionate feminist and total boss lady, Diana isn’t here for your stereotypical model preconceptions.
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