6 Curvaceous Models Whose Firsts And Successes Are Changing The World of Fashion

The fashion industry always changes. It needs to change to keep up with the pace of time. In other words, fashion creates changes. In the past, only curvy models walked the runway, stealing the fashion spotlight. Today, however, is the emergence of curvaceous models. They aren't such models with "perfect" figures. They are gorgeous with killer curves.
Ashley Graham, Paloma Elsesser, Candice Huffine, and other influencers are changing the world of fashion. They use their firsts and success to prove that there aren't fixed "perfect" figures for a top model. They are redefining its image. Plus-size models can walk the runway and ensure the runway effects as curvy models do. Additionally, these curvaceous models aim to promote body positivity. Just love your body as it's perfect in its own way. It's like the best color is the color looks best on you.
This list includes 6 curvaceous models whose firsts and successes are changing the world of fashion. Scroll down to see who they are!

#1 Ashley Graham

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Ashley Graham is now one of the most famous curvaceous models in the world. She has used her firsts and successes to pave the way for many plus-size models in the industry.

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Ashley is a passionate body positivity activist. She is promoting the idea of self-acceptance by sharing makeup and filter-free photos. Not just that, the model openly shows the world her postpartum belly with stretch marks.

#2 Paloma Elsesser

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Paloma Elsesser was discovered on Instagram by makeup artist Pat McGrath, the most influential make-up artist in the world.

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Paloma has worked with top brands such as Nike, Fenty Beauty, Proenza Schouler, and Mercedes-Benz. She also appeared in many fashion magazines, including Teen Vogue, Elle, American Vogue, and Glamour. She is now an inspiration for many young women.

#3 Candice Huffine

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Candice Huffine has appeared numerous New York Fashion Weeks and cooperated with prominent designers, including Prabal Gurung and Christian Siriano.

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Candice's breakthrough in her modeling career is shooting for Vogue Italia. “People were looking at me in a different way. Curvy girls didn’t have the opportunity to do editorial work that much," She said.

#4 Precious Lee

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Curvaceous model Precious Lee is also redefining the image of a supermodel. She has worked with many famous designers and taken part in numerous projects.


Precious walked the runway at Versace’s spring 2021 collection in Milan and worked with Donatella Versace.

#5 Iskra Lawrence

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Iskra Lawrence was named one of BBC’s World’s 100 Women in 2016, and was named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 for Europe in 2019.

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The British model has emphasized the importance of having complete ownership of our bodies and talking openly about our insecurities.

#6 Tess Holliday

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Tess Holliday is also a passionate body positivity activist, promoting the idea of body confidence and body positivity.

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Tess has cooperated with the sustainable fashion campaign by H&M, and appeared in several magazines, including People and Marie Claire UK.
In 2008, the influencer launched a social media campaign that encouraged plus-size women to wear what they want, despite all the odd social standards.
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