For a long time, Ashley Graham 's name was about the only one that would pop to mind when thinking of a famous plus-size model. From Australians Robyn Lawley and Kate Wasley to the unapologetic Tess Holliday, these women not only have millions of fans on social media but are appearing on the runway, red carpet and cover of magazines. However, the definition of a plus-size model might be surprising: in the fashion industry, plus-size models are defined as being those who are size 8 and up, when in the real world the average size of an Australian woman is a size according to data taken by the ABS in And what about plus size male models? While they do exist - and are often seen on websites such as ASOS and Boohoo - the men's fashion industry still has a long way to go in terms of redefining industry standard.
They are teaching us to celebrate our bodies just the way they are. And today, we will talk about a few women who are taking the lead and are at the top of their modeling game. 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.
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