If there's one topic in fashion that seems to be trending above all the rest, it's the eternally salacious subject of women's bodies. Everything about our bodies seems to be up for debate: size, shape, frame, categorization, everything. The latest example is the story of size-10 moel Myla Dalbesio, who was mislabeled plus-size after she starred in a recent Calvin Klein Underwear campaign.
Now something revolutionary has happened: American Vogue has shot and published a spread featuring plus-size women in lingerie. While it's certainly nothing revolutionary to show women of different shapes and sizes, it's just not necessarily something we expect to see in Vogue. And in fact, this new spread does just that: features women of all shapes and sizes, plus-sized women included.
Legendary photographer Cass Bird captured the images, which are entirely in black and white and show women laughing, crying, and generally embracing their bodies. It's absolutely beautiful, and we're beyond pleased to see Vogue printing something so fashion-forward and reflective of all kinds of women, not just straight-size models.
Keep scrolling to see our favorite images from the shoot, and head to Vogue to see the rest!
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