Plus Size Model Reality Show “Curvy Girls” Is A Hit


Tyra Banks was the first to introduce reality TV to the modeling game, with her hit show “Americas Next Top Model“.

Now there is a new hit reality show that showcases a side of the modeling industry that you don’t really get to see, the plus size side.

The show “Curvy Girls” on NuvoTV explores and showcases the lives of 6 plus size models and the unique industry they work in. With the average American woman being a size 12, we can see why this show is such a hit!

Back for its second season, Curvy Girls is bringing a whole lot more sass, and deeper story lines about it’s cast.

Cast member Ivory Kalber opens up about her past body image insecurities in this new season. She also shares her thoughts on feeling beautiful at any size.

IvoryKalberRosie, another plus model on the show explains that wight loss has always been a struggle for her. She is 340 pounds and is ready to work hard to get the weight off.

Stay tuned to NuvoTV to see these women go after their dreams in an industry that is based on physicality.

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Fashion Brands spending the Moolah on Plus Size Clothing


A few fashion retailers have taken in to the new plus size craze.

Retailer Modcloth has started to sell a lot of plus size clothing, launching the larger sizes last year.

Their plus size offering now has gained 8 percent of sales because customers who purchase plus size clothing spend more than people that purchase smaller sizes.

The label talked with the Wall Street Journal, saying:

“New plus-size customers spend 25 percent more per order, buy 17 percent more items per order than regular-sized shoppers, and are 66 percent more likely to spreak the ModCloth gospel via social media.”

The size of the average U.S. woman is around size 14, but most fashion labels’ largest size is a 12. But because of this, there is a demand for nice clothes for larger women.

Just recently, retailer Mango announced that they too will launch a plus size collection.

And H&M was also praised for casting a size 12 model in a swimwear shoot without mentioning plus size in the ad. They too joined in the demand, now selling both plus size clothing and swimwear.

Fitness Correspondent: Hannah Townsley

Photo Credit: Daily Mail