5 “plus-size” models changing the face of fashion

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As much as the fashion industry still has a long way to go in terms of diversity, more and more "plus-size" models are challenging its expectations and stereotypes. 

This new generation of models is broadening the industry’s definition of beauty, and is forcing it to become more accepting of various types of bodies.

Curvy models such as Georgina Burke and Danika Brysha are living examples of what body acceptance is and are inspiring many women to embrace their bodies and be comfortable in their own skin.

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