Plus-size lines are finally showing at New York Fashion Week
Triple the number of plus-sized models!
by Una Dabiero
Torrid announced they will be the first plus-sized brand to show at New York Fashion Week this September. The retailer is set to present their Spring/Summer 2018 line and hosting the semifinal competitive round of their ‘Face of Torrid’ competition.
According to Bustle, if Torrid brings one model for each of its 40 new looks, it will almost triple the amount of plus-sized models who walked in the 2017 Fashion Week shows. That’s pretty revolutionary.
Torrid designs clothes for women from size 10 to size 30. According to a press release from the company, their upcoming looks will feature “key trends for the upcoming season, including edgy rock ‘n’ roll, romantic boho, hand embroidery and painted elements.”
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The key is to be shameless, OK?
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She looks constipated
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White people need to stop wearing the Chinese Qipao print
It has a long history, and you’re not part of it
by Grace Cheng
If you've gone shopping recently, you’ve probably seen a print that looks a little something like this:Pretty, right? What you probably don't know is this print comes from the Chinese “qipao” dress and is considered to be traditional wedding attire. You can only imagine how weird it would be to see Chinese people stomping around…