Plus-size influencer collaborations just keep springing up here and there this year! UK influencer and fashion blogger Danielle Vanier just released her clothing collaboration with Navabi, for example. And it’s so good! If you haven’t heard of Navabi yet, let us introduce you to this plus-size high street store that sells sizzling pieces from a huge range of designers, and each item is available in every size from a UK 14 to 32!
The brand teamed up with Danielle Vanier for their spring collection, and it’s another plus-size fashion collaboration we’ve all been looking for. If you’re into following plus-size fashion bloggers, then you may have skimmed through Danielle’s blog. Not only does she cover fashion, but she also writes about beauty, lifestyle, and body positivity.
Plus-Size Brand Navabi Collaborates with Blogger Danielle Vanier
Having worked as a print designer for major brands in both London and Sweden, Danielle Vanier is now one of the most in-demand influencers in the UK. She was famously involved with the launch of Mark & Spencer’s Curve collection. Her personal style ranges from minimalist pieces to vibrant printed looks—something her 113,000 Instagram followers clearly love.
Describing the collaboration, she said, “It was meaningful to me as a plus-size woman myself, to be able to produce a collection that was minimal and fuss free without compromising on design, fabrics, or cut.”
According to Navabi, her inspiration for this collection came from her time in Sweden and how she saw her own style morph into an “oversized, androgynous, print-free Scandi-cool aesthetic.”
Danielle Vanier wanted to design clothing that wouldn’t go out of date or out of fashion, explaining the clean lines and minimal, timeless silhouettes. You’ll find belted dresses with a funnel neck, a cropped trench jacket, a pair of cropped ruffle trousers, and toggle sleeve tops. “I wanted to make items that could be worn time and time again. I feel that color and print are the two biggest factors that contribute in dating a fashion collection. This is why my collection has a very muted color palette and is totally print-free.”
Her modern basics have fashion-forward twists and could be paired and matched with existing items in your current wardrobe. “The basic tops can be worn back to front for different necklines, and the trench follows a classic cut at the top but it’s cropped, giving it a chic update.”
Danielle Vanier also ensured every piece would be available for less than £100 and suitable for literally any age. “It was important that even though Navabi is a lux brand—and this shows in everything from their fabric choices to the packaging the clothes arrive in—I wanted every item in my collection to come in under £100.”
Shop the entire collection designed by Danielle Vanier here.