Megan Thee Stallion's Fashion Nova collection caters to 'the real body'

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Megan Thee Stallion realised the massive holes in representation for bodies of all sizes while making her debut denim collection for Fashion Nova.

The WAP rapper has joined forces with the brand to create her own line and wanted to make sure her jeans catered for petite, slim, curvy and tall girls like herself.

"I’m so excited for my fashion line to launch because we’re finally getting jeans for the long-leg girls, like fashion jeans have always hugged my booty real good, real tight fit, great, great stretch, but they always look like capris," says Megan.

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"So I was like, Fashion Nova, I don’t know what you’re gonna do, but baby we need jeans for girls that are 5’8" plus.

"Everybody not bite-sized so I’m super excited about that. The tall girls are finally getting representation, but it’s not just about tall girls. I have petite, slim, curvy, whatever we are we have the jeans for you," she says.

The 25-year-old star insisted it was important for her to have a collection that's made with "the real body" in mind to provide “better representation" for every woman.

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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