Plus-size models to follow

The arguments abound. They are said to be less interested in fashion, that they don’t care to see their bodies represented in the media or that there just aren’t that many of them. In the global fashion industry, so-called “plus size” men are distinguished by a noticeable absence from catwalks and other fashion events.

An absence that raises questions, especially at a time when the men’s fashion market plus-size is estimated to US$601.7 billion in 2022 and is estimated to reach US$1,044.3 billion by 2032.

Even if I serve as a guarantee on certain photos, I know that there is still work, but at least, it is visibility. – David Venkapen

It was without counting on the stubbornness of mannequins plus-sizedetermined to free speech and to warn of the need for a body-positive which includes all genres and comes from male representations who, in fashion, mostly oscillate between slender and body-built bodies.

It should be noted, however, that fashion is turning in spite of bodies that do not stray too far from the established norm, opening up the conversation all the more on this portmanteau word that is the term “plus-size”.

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