Plus-Size Model Iskra Lawrence, Who Was Rejected for Having Hips ‘Too Big,’ Poses for Lingerie Brand Aerie

American Eagle lingerie brand Aerie does not airbrush its models. They have seen their sales rise in recent months, and now they took another step to stand out from their competition. While Aerie has always promoted "real women" with curvier shapes, their new ambassador is the beautiful Iskra Lawrence who has often been called a plus-size model, though she doesn't want…

Meet the Woman Who Is Making Headlines as Penthouse’s First Plus-Size Model

Kelly Shibari is a plus-size model who does not look like the typical models you see in a spread for Penthouse magazine. Throughout its history in publication, the magazine is known to promote models that fit the conventional standard of beauty—very thin, petite bodies. Half-Asian and curvaceous, Shibari is 43. She is considered unique in her adult entertainment industry. She has…

The Best Places to Buy Plus-Size Clothing

A curvier woman might have trouble when it comes to clothes shopping. This is because most brick and mortar shops aren't well stocked with plus-size clothing. Plus, almost all clothing available in these shops are shapeless and not fashionable. Because of this, plus-size women are left with no other choice, but to search online for the best buys. When they go on the Internet,…

Kentucky Derby-Inspired Plus-Size Dresses You’d Love

The Kentucky Derby is an annual horse race held at Louisville, Kentucky, USA. This race is known around the US as “the most exciting two minutes in sports” and features thoroughbreds racing against each other on a two-kilometer length racetrack. One of this derby's main highlights aside from the race and the beautiful thoroughbreds is the styles worn by the men…

Japan’s Fashion Industry Hits a Milestone with La Farfa

Japan's first plus-size fashion magazine, La Farfa, recently celebrated its second anniversary. Considered as one of the country's fashion milestones, the magazine's name is derived from an abbreviation of the Italian word for butterfly, "farfalla", La Farfa. Only 50,000 copies of the magazine's first issue were printed. However, because of its warm reception, the number of prints was doubled for the…