Following recent backlash over Victoria's Secret and Calvin Klein's recent ad campaigns, Vogue is making headlines over their positive portrayal of plus-sized women.
Though not known for featuring "bigger" girls in the pages of their magazine, Vogue.com has published a photo series on their homepage entitled, "Give me a D! Give me an F! Because Gorgeous Bras Come in All Shapes and Sizes," to show that all women are beautiful.
Three of the models are members of ALDA, a new collaborative of IMG models, whose goal is to "empower women and change the perception of beauty."
Marquita Pring [pictured below], one of the ALDA models in the series, explained the project is also about educating the female population.
“I probably had boobs at the age of eleven!" she shared. "I was young, and it was definitely the wrong type of bra — in fact I wore the wrong type of bra until I got into this industry and started learning about my body.”
The photos come only days after Victoria's Secret was chastised for using only ultra-thin models in a campaign about the "The Perfect 'Body,'" while Calvin Klein caused outrage over their "plus-sized" model, who is a size 10.
Check out Vogue.com to see more stunning photos of the ladies and head over to ALDA for more info on their mission.
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