This article will give you a couple of hottest size plus models who have made history. But the most important thing is that you have to cut off the term of size plus. By definition, models are models regardless of form, shape, and size.
Robyn Lawley is model who is based on Sydney and she is 24 years old. She just made history with Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated. She is also the one of the first size plus models star in the campaign of Ralph Lauren, be shot got the Vogue and GQ Australian version and cover Australian Cosmopolitan.
Crystal Renn is one of size plus models who talked about the modeling industry pressures in her book Hungry that has been released in 2009. Reen began her career as a straight-sized model who suffered from anorexia. After her back to normal, she got a size 12 and her name was gained in the fashion industry. After that, she changed the story of the industry. She is one of the first of size plus models to walk runway for Chanel. She also walked the runway for Jean Paul Gaultier, Vena Cava, and Zac Posen. Meanwhile, Renn who was cut off a couple of sizes is bored of the labels. She does not want the terms such as straight-size and plus-size or even clothing-size.
Besides being the first big size model to ever shot for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, she also had the first plus-size ad which is Ashley Graham’s campaign Swimsuits For All. But she is the type of girl who likes to challenge herself. In the year of 2010, lane Bryant was banned from airing on FOX and ABC, so Ashley and the clothing company have challenged the networks to eliminate the discrimination as she said that Victoria’s Secret can run their ads freely.
Tess Holiday is claimed as the first plus size model to have major modeling contract with Milk Model Management. She noted why it took so long for the modeling agency to sign a woman like her. She thinks that people did not understand what consumers wanted. She thinks that for a long time period she sure that people want to see women that look like her in the media, but she thinks that consumers for a couple of reasons still want to see clothing that looks better on smaller model.