Previously this month, Victoria’s Secret lingerie brand revealed it would certainly be equipping items from the women-founded label Bluebella in select shops in the US and also online. Now, it appears that the brand name has actually begun working with its first plus-size version.
Curved version Ali Tate Cutler has been gotten to star in the Bluebella for Victoria’s Secret project, as reported by WWD. A representative of Victoria’s Secret told the publication: “We are enjoyed be dealing with Ali on the VS x Bluebella project.”
Tate dealt with the go on Instagram, sharing a collection of shots of her modeling Bluebella for Victoria’s Secret with her 124,000 followers. “At the launch today for @victoriassecret and @bluebella at their flagship store in NYC”, she captioned the post. “I believe I’m the first size 14 on @victoriassecret? Regardless I’m pretty stoked to work with a brand I idolized when I was a teen. A great step in the right direction for bodies”.
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At the launch today for @victoriassecret and @bluebella at their flagship store in NYC. I believe I’m the first size 14 on @victoriassecret? Regardless I’m pretty stoked to work with a brand I idolized when I was a teen. Great step in the right direction for bodies. Available online @victoriassecret and at select stores across the country and UK.
Victoria’s Secret, which brought in criticism in the run-up to the screening of its annual, big-budget 2018 Style Program, following remarks its after that Chief Advertising And Marketing Officer Ed Razek made throughout a Vogue interview about casting trans women and also plus-sized designs that numerous regarded to be offending, has been focused on expanding its selection of designs lately. In August, the brand name’s ‘PINK’ tag hired the Brazilian transgender version Valentina Sampaio for a shoot, making her the initial transgender star to represent the firm.
Tate has built up an outstanding modeling occupation so far, requiring the footway for brands consisting of Christian Siriano and also Tadashi Shoji, as well as fronting advocate the fashion store Express…
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Had some frank body talks with @stylelikeu on their channel. Getting real about how I never acknowledged my body when I was younger because I never wanted people to really look at mine and realize I was fat. I thought if I didn’t acknowledge it, no one would notice. Then when I started “plus size” modeling, I had so many mixed feelings because now everyone knew I was the very thing I had been trying to hide. The most beautiful thing happened after I had been modeling for a while and started seeing models who were above size 14s that were unbelievably gorgeous. The programming in my mind started rewiring and I realized I too could be gorgeous, at any size. Editing the people you follow and surround yourself with does wonders.