Though she is a size 10, it’s still a step in the right direction of showcasing models that look like the consumer. I have to admit that I was a little shocked to see Ralph Lauren using a “plus size” model after that fiasco a few years back with the over-photoshopping of the model in one of their ads (which they subsequently used despite how the touch up work made the model look like an alien). Congrats to the model and to the fashion industry for recognizing her!

By Tamara

Tamara Walker is the personality behind the famed lifestyle blog, The Curvy Socialite as well as the popular New York Fashion News column for the Examiner. A regular contributor to various fashion, beauty, and lifestyle publications, Tamara also is a public relations and event planning consultant catering to the fashion, beauty, entertainment and non-profit industries.

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