Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Is Vogue Trying To Hide Ashley Graham's Bloated Tummy?

Vogue Magazine
The next issue of Vogue magazine (available on February 21) is devoted to differences in beauty — what the magazine calls "The Great Beauty Shakeup" — and features models of varying ethnicities lined up on a Malibu beach.

Liu Wen was there representing Asians, Ashley Graham was also hired to represent fat people, while Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah, and Vittoria Ceretti were tapped to make sure that physically-alluring and non-obese women are represented as well. The problem: Although all seven girls are breathtakingly beautiful, some critics say that the pose tried to hide the fact that Graham is fat. that Hadid’s hand partially covers the torso of Graham, prompting fans to accuse the magazine of concealing her body.

The outcry on social media was swift. "I love this, but I’d love to see more plus size models on this line up and darker girls.. just saying."

Good luck to those who wants to see fat women, because if the magazine hope to sell more, they should ditch the demand of the few to feature fat models and just focus on what was tested over time, no one can beat models with itty-bitty bodies.

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