I’m grateful to @jameelajamilofficial for putting through her megaphone what so many fat activists have been saying for years - if you can’t design for bodies of all sizes, you are simply not a talented designer.
Have some respect for your craft (and for larger people) and expand your skill set and your line’s size range.
Check out @smartglamour - they design for literally every body. It’s possible, so start putting your time and energy into doing it, instead of making excuses for why you can’t do it.
#fatfashion #plussizefashion #bodyliberation #effyourbodystandards #effyourbeautystandards #fashion #jameelajamil #clothingdesigner #sizeinclusive #sizeacceptance #psblogger #honormycurves #bodyjustice #fatactivism
Was that a mic I heard fall?
PREACH!!!!! Count me in on this 🙌🙌🙌
nice one ❤
I love this💎
I think fashion is the most vile and toxic industry. What positivity does it bring to society?!
Thank you Ragen! Heads up that this new account with the underscore is the one I use now. The other old SG is defunct. 😘❤️
As a knitting designer who is just working on her second graded garment design... What size range do you consider inclusive? Honest question, because I want to do my best to design for as many people as possible. My first top for women had sizes up to 54" bust measurement
👏🏼 Yasss!!! Thank you!
So true, I was watching project runway and it's not even about looks, it's just easier to dress thin girls because they take less fabric and everything lays flat. Making their design as easy as possible to execute. It takes real designers to cater for all bodies. And not just take the easy way out.
So well said!
Yes!!!!! I have said this so many times! If you say you ‘just can’t design for plus sizes’ then you can’t design.