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Curves Ahead in V Magazine

Curves Ahead in V Magazine

Check out these shots from V Magazine‘s forthcoming issue, entitled “The Size Issue” and featuring five plus-size models.

The issue, on newsstands January 14, features this spread with styling by Nicola Formichetti and shows the sexy side of the plus-size modeling world with shots of Candice Huffine, Marquita Pring, Michelle Olson, Tara Lynn and Kasia P.

Photographer Solve Sundsbo told V, “I loved the opportunity to show that you can be beautiful and sexy outside the narrow interpretations that normally define us.”

Check out V Magazine on newsstands Thursday (January 14) or visit VMagazine.com for a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot!

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219 Responses to “Curves Ahead in V Magazine”

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  1. 26
    Mark Says:

    Hating on beautiful THIN models won’t make YOU any prettier or skinner.

    And yes, you can tell me your bullshit about how “bigger is better” blah blah blah but admit it EVERY SINGLE ONE OF YOUR FATTIES wishes to lose at least a little bit of weight.

  2. 27
    Jasmine Says:

    The girls in the magazine have gorgeous faces, but they shouldn’t have portrayed their bodies that way..it just seems wrong. And anyway, why can’t we have any AVERAGE weight models? It’s seems like it’s either extremely skinny or overweight.

  3. 28
    ladida Says:

    @Chloe:
    haha i agree

  4. 29
    Pining for Chris Says:

    @commonsense:
    Yes I know that. I just said I’ve seen better. There’s something off about theses photos – and no It’s not their size.

  5. 30
    blah Says:

    Mediocrity surrounds us. Fashion is our only escape from mediocrity. I can see girls like these on the subway. I want to see something unusual and unique, like a tall thin model-esque tanned girl with blue eyes and a mega watt smile. Too much to ask? Must I be bombarded with these average women?

  6. 31
    Chloe Says:

    @Marissa

    Actually, I was born in Copenhagen and currently live in Milan. I don’t know what you are talking about, but most European women under the age of 30 are pleasantly thin, especially French, Italian and Russian women. I see them lounging poolside every time I go to Santorini or Cannes. Seriously, European women seem so much more elevated in all respects than American women, no offense. You wouldn’t see this nonsense in a European magazine.

  7. 32
    ladida Says:

    honestly, these girls do not look healthy. a healthy person doesn’t necessarily have to be skinny.. but they should definitely look more in shape than this. it looks like these models do not get any exercise at all.

  8. 33
    Chloe Says:

    @Marissa

    Oh, and you must be from the wrong part of Europe if most women are above size 6 hahaha.

  9. 34
    marina Says:

    boy, chloe sounds so conceited and full of it… and probably she indeed is full of it… superficial much?

  10. 35
    Chloe Says:

    @Marina

    No I’m really not conceited or superficial, but thank you for trying to psycho-analyze me based on a few comments on the internet. Just because I like looking good and taking care of myself does not mean I’m superficial.

  11. 36
    Molly Says:

    This makes me want to puke. Oh wait, I thought it was the skinny models that were supposed to make me want to vomit?

  12. 37
    paranel Says:

    I am not against fat people at all but a body with rolls over rolls of fat should not be dressed like that. The outfits are wrong for these body structure as if someone was trying to make fun of these models who look beautiful otherwise.

  13. 38
    CanadaGirl Says:

    @Zeot: They are overweight… my God. Where do you live that people are this big?

  14. 39
    CanadaGirl Says:

    @Chloe: I totally agree.
    .
    Now people will be rolling out the Marilyn Monroe size 12 nonsense. I’ve seen an exhibition of her dresses and she was NOT a 2010 size 12. Clothing manufacturers have up sized – making the clothing bigger but keeping the numeric size the same. I’ve been the same size for decades. I used to be a size 8 – now I’m a 4 – 6.

  15. 40
    Chloe Says:

    Thank you, Canada Girl! My thoughts exactly.

    I just don’t understand why Americans celebrate and encourage mediocrity.

  16. 41
    Not Average Says:

    There is something wrong in society if people think this is average weight. I don’t think they are obese but overweight, most definitely.

  17. 42
    Sashes Says:

    WOW all I can see are the haters here. What’s wrong with a little diversity? V is doing this for PUBLICITY for Pete’s sake. And for the record, personally I think these girls are gorgeous. Maybe not everyone’s cup of tea, but if you don’t like it, don’t look at it. Sheesh.

  18. 43
    sfingaaa Says:

    OMG they are amazing!!
    I love it so much!!

  19. 44
    Memei Says:

    they look fantastic.

  20. 45
    Memei Says:

    @chloe really. really. your so so dumb

  21. 46
    Memei Says:

    @chloe have you been to london. so not true. i think the average is a size UK 14. not sure what that size is in the US. thats not obese to me

  22. 47
    peggy Says:

    @Natalie:

    Their “APPEAL” as you put it is in convincing young woman to starve themsleves in order to be accepted and by entension we have nw created a generation of young woman with eating disorders.

    And I dont know what you did with yuor glasses but these woman have amazing faces and look fine in their clothes.

    Ad I dont know what world you live in but size 2 skinny models are a dime a dozen that’s why so women fail at having a modeling career

  23. 48
    Ha! Says:

    @CanadaGirl:

    So by those standards, the size four of a model in Vogue in 2010 should actually be a 0 or below (if that’s even possible). Nice comparison. These girls are heavy. It’s possible to be heavy and still beautiful. Anyone who equates extra pounds with ugliness is deluded AND (ahem, Chloe) incredibly superficial.

  24. 49
    Ha! Says:

    Appreciating beauty does not equal “celebrating mediocrity”. Get over yourself *sshole.

  25. 50
    peggy Says:

    @lala:

    You poor thing youve never been to a model shoot have you – those skinny girls dont look anything like their pictures – they are skinny pale and without make up look positively sickly.

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