February 16, 2011 by Post Team
Crystal Renn, Last year Crystal Renn appeared in five campaigns and seven French Vogue spread, walked two Chanel shows, and has worked with top photographers including Steven Klein, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Quite normal for a top model, of course, except for one thing: Renn has 38-inch hips, making it roughly the size 8 is considered plus size in the world of fashion. As recently as a few years ago, her best hope was for work job catalog. But now that may change. Although Renn has a lot to do with the level of chatter around the plus size models, it is not the only one to get work. Plus size models as Alyona Osmanova, Gitte Lill, editorials and book Marquita Pring major advertising campaigns and the luxury watch market.
Renn, Osmanova, Lill and Pring all work for Ford models, which can take much credit for pioneering the category of large sizes. In 1998, Ford Models Founder Katie Ford hired a new agent, Gary Dakin, develop a division – called Ford + – dedicated to plus size models. At the time, Ford models plus size – women typically feel a size of 10 or 12 – have been combined with so-called “right-size” models – usually around 0 or 2 – and they have received almost no attention devoted to do their careers take off. They do not work or catalog, if they were lucky, ads for retailers that sell clothing plus size, often to their own hair and makeup for shoots when customers will not pay for models Dresses for the work have done. $ 125 one hour was a higher pay scale – now, more tall models can get up to 15,000 per day. Dakin signed young, new talent. “We had to change, and go younger. We started to get an answer to these girls, and it was fantastic,” he said. Crystal Renn says news this month, as expectations for large models are not justified. Crystal Renn (photos below) was both leaner and size. She struggled against anorexia and even wrote about her struggles with eating disorders. But in interviews with news this month, Crystal Renn and her representative said she has embraced a healthy lifestyle and exercise. She now hopes the industry and the size is the same.
In an interview with ABC News this week, her agent Gary Dakin says she is “between” more size and regular size. And while fans can take the latest ad campaign for Lord and Taylor and surprised that she be skinner they remember that, Dakin said his client is happy that she is, the integration of hiking and yoga in her life daily.
[source: image via RightCelebrity.com]
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