"LFW-Where are the curves?"
The options, the options!
Her curvy pics are stunning!
Their designs are jawdropping.
We are sensing some drama.
Shocking: it has to do with her size.
"I want to make myself vulnerable today..."
"To know nobody wanted to diminish me or minimize me just or just make me smaller in any way felt kind of vindicating."
She's way over this question.
"Changing my size or changing the number on a scale is so far from anything to do with it."
Nadia Aboulhosn is redefining "fit."
Christina Ashman is our new hero.
Well, I guess she and Nicole Arbour can start their own (very small) club.
She caught the woman on film telling her that the clothes were "obviously not going to fit."
It's not what you think.
Not only was she stunning walking the catwalk, but she was also modeling her own lingerie line!
It's time to represent all types of women.
Because beautiful comes in all sizes. With New York Fashion Week in full force, all of our favorite designers are...
As a woman, we all love and want the latest fashion.
Picking out an outfit to wear in this heat is no easy feat.
• How not to use Facebook • An easy and yummy recipe for stir fry • Absolutely amazing nature shots • Must have nail color for this holiday season • See who was nominated for the most Grammys this year • 12 great plus size cocktail dresses • Julia Roberts made 1.5 Million for THIS?!
After years of slipping through the media cracks, Jessica Simpson is more famous now than ever. And why? The girl <gasp!> gained weight. I mean, think about it: what has J. Simps really been doing with herself, career-wise? Not a whole lot. Instead, the poor girl has been a victim of heartbreak, failed endeavors, and more media scrutiny than any person deserves.
If you love fashion, you know what it's like to count down to Fashion Week, excited to watch the trends for next year come parading down the runway and trying to envision how you're going to interpret the style and make it your own. And then you look forward to said new trends hitting the shelves, combing through the racks and trying them on.
Lane Bryant has turned away from the days when they “called all chubbies” into the store. While they still make fashionable clothes for full-figured women, they are also introducing a hip new line for plus-size teens.
We recently ran a series that everyone here at the CollegeCandy offices thought would be an awesome way to give our usually pro-body-acceptance readers a self-esteem boost. But instead Celebrating Celebrity "Flaws" turned into a body-bashing he-man-woman-hater's club. We didn't see that coming.
Can anyone believe we're nearing the end of the second week of June? It seems like just yesterday we were packing up, hugging our BFFs goodbye and settling back into our childhood bedrooms. And now summer has come upon us so quickly I haven't even had time to go swimsuit shopping! We've even already had the MTV Movie Awards, which means the 4th of July is just around the corner.
In the last year or so there's been a big upswing in "awareness" about plus-size models. They've always been around, but they suddenly started getting a lot more attention for being their bold, beautiful selves. Of course, there's always a backlash, like a study that showed that ads featuring plus size women actually make women feel worse about themselves - so much so that some networks have declined to air commercials by Lane Bryant featuring a plus size model in the company's lingerie.
Dear Dude, I want a boyfriend. I have been single for the last four years, and although there have been opportunities for love to kindle, things just never seem to work out. I think a part of it is my fault. I am very conscious about my weight (I am full-figured). I think I am a very intelligent, funny and generous person, and I have a great circle of friends.
I'll be honest: I always thought Alloy was for the 12-17 age group, but then I started flipping through their merchandise and realized that they have a ton of cute stuff for us more sophisticated ladies. I mean, how could you not love this dress!?
Ever since I heard about this "Bachelor for real people" I was intrigued. Having grown up overweight (and not had my first kiss until the ripe age of 18!), I really got behind a show that didn't focus on looks and really just gave everyone a chance at love. Or as much "love" as you can get by meeting someone through a reality show on Fox.
• Jackie Chan is making people angry. • Old school repubs are scared. • Everyone should share their sex stories. • Forever 21 calls Kim Kardashian fat. • Jen Garner and Ben Affleck having sex problems? • Your daily dose of Chase Crawford.
Thank the lord this is for a new role. Popcorn for the alcoholics in all of us. Chris Brown charged...
The world’s fattest man, Manuel Uribe, recently married his girlfriend of 2 years, Claudia Solis, in Mexico. This left many...