A Round Up Of Our Favorite Size-Inclusive Style Stories

A Round Up Of Our Favorite Size-Inclusive Style Stories

by Melissa Magsaysay

Let’s keep the conversation going. Here are our top picks for the best size-inclusive style stories this week.

This Curvy Model Turned Marathoner Offers Inspiration To Runners of Every Size.

Candice Huffine Vouge New York Fashion Week

This November, the model and fashion designer Candice Huffine checked off another item from her bucket list. Among the thousands competing in the New York City Marathon, Huffine crossed the finish line in support of Team for Kids, a charity that helps raise money for youth programs across the country.

Read more at Vogue

This Size-Inclusive Brand Tapped Actress Lea Delaria To Front Its Latest Campaign And It's Fabulous, Plus Model.

Jeff Cafone Fashion

At a time when many fashion brands claim to be inclusive yet stop at a size 22/24, designer Jeff Cafone is setting out to truly offer inclusion to all women in an untapped market… leather outerwear.

His brand All67 offers custom and ready-to-wear leather jackets up to size 30! To further push his message of inclusive fashion, he gathered a diverse group of women of varying shapes, sizes and color to star in his recently launched campaign to promote the rebranding of his line.

Read more at Plus Model Mag

It's Time For Adaptive Fashion

Sinead Burke

Burke loves fashion because it allows her to reclaim her own narrative through personal expression. “It gives me a lens to view the world and the world a lens to view me.” And yet, her clothing options are severely limited. Burke also faces countless obstacles when shopping for clothes. For example, she finds it impossible to reach rails on the shop floor or see shelves of accessories. At the cashier desk, she is often unable to pay.

Read more at Business of Fashion

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