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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Latoya Peterson tagged plussize

"Assuming that "ghetto" is some sort of lost-in-translation expression, her explanation still doesn't account for why these two 'body types' have been singled out. What about everyone who isn't black or curvy? Does Sozzani assume that the rest of those folks can just wear everything in Italian Vogue?"

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Q: You've become a fashion icon in a short time -- even being named Best Dressed at the SAG Awards by Joan Rivers' 'Fashion Police.' As a full-figured woman, how does that make you feel?
A: It makes me feel amazing. I'm a plus-sized girl, but I know how to dress myself and I know what looks good on me. With the character I play, I feel there is a lot of responsibility and I'm okay with being a role model. I think that recognition made a lot of girls feel like they can be beautiful and confident no matter what size or color they are.

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"We were reasonably amused perusing Italian Vogue's new Internet collective, but why must curvy women, women of color, and burgeoning design talent be viewed in separate channels? Is it possible to have a fashion magazine that embraces women of all sizes and colors who wear young and established labels? Italian Vogue seems to think not.

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