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  1. This post is dedicated to Fine Bauer, a german model with style, smile and curves. She works for OKAYmodels (Germany), Beautiful models (Italy), MILK management (UK), Trendmodels (Portugal), Bella Management (Australia). Height: 178cm/5'10" Elegant D cups (which say "yes to life") Bust: 102 cm/40" Waist: 89cm/35" Hips: 110cm/43.5" Shoe: 9 AUS Hair: Blonde Eyes: Blue
  2. https://www.tiaprovost.com/ https://twitter.com/TiaProvost https://www.instagram.com/tiaprovost https://www.facebook.com/TiaProvostOFFICIAL/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3CY_KS0-Q5BXuAWaN1uYyQ/ Height: 176cm - 5' 9" Bust: 97cm - 38" Cup : D Waist: 79cm - 31" Hips: 104cm - 41" Hair : Brown Eyes: Hazel Shoes: 9 Tia Provost is an international model and authentic warrior. Originally from Ulladulla NSW Tia’s career has taken her all over the world spreading the message of health over dress size. Tia is also a passionate advocate for natural beauty and takes an inside out approach to her life making sure she lives as holistically and healthfully as possible in all areas from natural beauty to natural medicines and whole foods (Source: www.tiaprovost.com)
  3. Does anyone know who she is or what agency she is tied up with? Looks like a timeless beauty with the curves to match.
  4. Hi! Does anyone know the name of these two models from the brazilian brand Hope Lingerie? Thank you very much for your help!!
  5. Does anyone know who she is or which agency she's with? Thank you!
  6. Danielle van Grondelle is a Dutch model. - Height 180CM / 5' 11'' - Bust 98CM / 38½'' - Waist 76CM / 30'' - Dress 44 EU/14 US/16 UK - Hips 110CM / 43½'' - Shoe 39 EU/8 US/6 UK - Hair Brown - Eyes Green gray
  7. HEIGHT BUST WAIST HIPS SHOES BLONDE HAIR 178 - 5' 10" 97 - 38" 79 - 31" 112 - 44" 42 - 10 BLUE EYES https://www.instagram.com/michelleolson1/ https://www.facebook.com/mlolson89 https://models.com/models/michelle-olson "My mom got me into [modeling] and did all the research when I was a teenager. She had researched Ford in Chicago, where I lived about six hours from, and we went into a meeting there and they signed me. I was 17 then. I didn't know anything about it; I always thought of models as being very skinny, and I was never that size, so I didn't even think it was possible. I had never even heard of plus size modeling. I just went because my parents were like, 'You can do it, it's a nice little job you can do to make money for school,' and it happened. It's actually been really good, I'm glad I went [laughs]. pretty legendary! It's awesome to see that they're at the forefront of everything — with diversity included in that. It's nice to see that the first [curve] girls they signed, they just kept on the board with the rest and they didn't separate the two. It's great just to make it more common and for people to see there's more sizes out there, and maybe some girls can see that there are girls more relatable to them. You don't have to be one size to be healthy. I didn't really have that when I was younger, and I think it's cool to get that out there. I'm really into sports, I love snowboarding and surfing and all these outdoor things ... you don't really see a size 12 up on those ads, so it would be amazing to do something like that. As far as goals, I'm down to do whatever comes my way." Source: https://fashionista.com/2016/08/img-curve-models Michelle Olson Interview by Phylyda Team January 20, 2018 We had the pleasure to meet stunning model, Michelle Olson! Keep reading to get an insight into her work with photographer Heather Hazzan, keeping active and much more. Photos of Michelle | Photography: Heather Hazzan, Styling: Calvy Click, @IMG Models Phylyda celebrates diversity & body positivity: What do your differentiating physical traits signify to you? I’ve always been a very active person so I love that I’m tall and strong and my body has allowed me to do the things I love like volleyball, basketball, snowboarding, surfing, biking, hiking and more! Beauty to me is being happy with who you are as a person. How can we help young women grow up with less body image pressures? I think having hobbies is important, spending quality time with your loved ones, and putting the phone down once in a while! I’m a bit old school and think that social media is doing more harm than good and comparing your life to someone’s glamorized and probably photoshopped life is unhealthy and nothing beats real life experiences. I sometimes delete the Instagram app on my phone for a little break once in a while when I realize I’ve been wasting too much time on it. There’s always so many other things you can be doing or learning! Is there a woman who has made a difference in your life and what’s the story behind that? I can’t say there is just one, but I’m lucky to have grown up with many strong women in my life including my mother, sister, and all of my friends that have supported and encouraged me throughout my life. You are a successful model which poses you in the privileged position to become a role model for thousands of women: can you tell us what motivates you and what challenges you are experiencing on your own path? I’ve always been motivated by the push for more size diversity in fashion. I’m inspired when designers use a curve girl for the first time or when new designers emerge for curvy girls. I’m happy to know that young girls can see other sizes and know that they don’t need to be a size 2 to be beautiful and healthy. Lately I’ve been struggling with social media and how I can see the negative effects it has on people in my life more than I can see the positive. Instagram can be a good platform to promote things like body positivity, but I think it has become more of a ranking of how valuable someone is, like how many followers you have is related to your worth. Personally I would rather not use it, but I’m trying to just be myself and post what I like and if there are any girls out there (or boys) who come across my page I hope it can show them that we come in a range of sizes, and we don’t have to let that dictate what we do with our lives. You seem to be very outdoorsy and athletic in your free time: when and where do you feel most at ease in a swimsuit? I have spent so much time in my life in a suit or lingerie that it usually doesn’t phase me unless I just ate a whole pizza and can’t move or something! I know that I’m not perfect, but I’ve accepted my body and love being at the beach more than caring what I look like at it. I love to surf, play volleyball, be with friends and that’s all more important! What piece of advice would you like to give to your sisters and female friends to help them surmount insecurities about their physique if you could only give one? I would say take care of your body it’s the only one you get! When we treat our body good with healthy food and staying active, we feel good. We also have to remember that we are all our own worst critic and can say some ridiculous things about ourselves that simply aren’t true! Learn to love the things that make you unique and don’t ever let your insecurities stop you from experiencing things. Heather Hazzan photographed you for this beautiful story on the beach. She is becoming known as a rare breed of fashion photographers, actively changing our perception of a modern beauty without standards. Can you tell us about your relationship to her and maybe any takeaways from this shoot in particular? I’ve shot with Heather a few times now and every time I’m reminded how amazing she is! She is someone who can really make you feel good about yourself, while shooting she is very complementary and excited when she likes something. Everything feels so laid back, and she has a good eye so you know when she is directing an idea that has come up it’s going to look good. So many women do not feel at ease because of the shatteringly unattainable beauty standards that are imposed on us. - How do you gather confidence, what makes you feel confident? I think a big part of my confidence comes from how I grew up in Wisconsin because we were told to value ourselves for who we are rather than what we look like, that who you are as a person, your humility, and how you treat others are more important so I focused on that and the things I liked to do rather than obtaining a certain look. Today, with the added pressure of social media and working in an industry where we aren’t really supposed to be humble I continue to tell myself that those things truly are more important. I also take care of myself and eat healthy and workout because then I feel healthy and usually confidence comes from that, too. Source: https://www.phylyda.com/blogs/news/meet-the-curvy-model-br-michelle-olson
  8. Who is this model from Gaia lingerie? 🤔 https://en.gaia.com.pl/ Thx:)
  9. I found a bunch over at retro shots, does anyone know who she is? I attached a couple from the 70s and 80s I found of her, let me know or if I should post the rest. 70's ones 80s shots
  10. Hello everyone, i’m starting this thread because I haven’t found one for Zalando like the one reserved for ASOS... could anyone help me id these two models? Thank you in advance guys! ?
  11. Hi,does anyone know the name of this model below?She is on the sites InStyle Fashion,koucla,Camycat.I think her name is Alina but I'm not sure.If anyone could help me I would appreciate it
  12. Marquita Pring Agency: Ford Models Height:5'11 Bust:36C Waist:32 Hip:44 Size:14 Shoe:11 Hair:Brown Eyes:Brown Hometown:Clinton NY Ads/Catalog: Lane Bryant, Levi's, Macy's, Nordstrom
  13. Who is this model from Gaia lingerie? 😱She is all over their website - https://en.gaia.com.pl/ thx:)
  14. HEIGHT: 178 BUST: 80 WAIST: 74 HIPS: 107 SHOES: 40,5 HAIR: BLONDE EYES: BLUE https://www.instagram.com/lyndsey_ohagan/ https://twitter.com/l_ohagan https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk378UQmMuiXXSa72NaNJQQ https://www.express.co.uk/expressyourself/233608/How-I-ll-make-sure-my-model-daughter-doesn-t-lose-her-curves How I’ll make sure my model daughter doesn’t lose her curves As 19-year-old LYNDSEY O’HAGAN celebrates winning a nationwide catwalk competition, her mum Gail explains how she plans to protect her from the size-zero culture... I never thought I’d be a catwalk star Lyndsey O’Hagan is a drama student and lives in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. BEING a size 12 I never thought I’d find myself in a catwalk show at London Fashion Week let alone one with a celebrity front row. My boyfriend’s mum saw details of a nationwide curvy model search launched on the Lorraine show in January this year and persuaded me to enter. It was looking for girls 5ft 8in and over and a size 12 or above. Being 5ft 11in and a size 12 I fitted the criteria but I wasn’t interested in a modelling career. I’m a drama and media student and want to be a TV presenter. I sent in a full-length photograph and forgot about the competition until I received an email inviting me to an audition in London with 300 other girls. When I arrived at the Mayfair Hotel I was taught how to walk on a catwalk and had my photo taken. My mum has always taught me to have good posture so walking on the catwalk didn’t feel too strange. When the judges announced I was one of three girls in the semi-final I was stunned. The following day we joined five other finalists from other regions across the UK. We were styled in two outfits and took part in our first creative shoot which was great fun. The hard part came when the judges cut the group down to three girls. When I heard them call my name I burst into tears I was so excited. For the final heat we took part in the Look Show at London Fashion Week and modelled two styles from this season’s high street. As I waited to step on to the catwalk I could hear the music pounding and someone told me Sophie Ellis-Bextor was in the front row. I convinced myself I was going to fall. When I stepped out on the catwalk cameras from the press pen started flashing and I was incredibly nervous. I enjoyed my second walk more though as I knew what to expect and blocked it all out. After the show I returned to the catwalk with the other contestants so the judges could announce the winner. When they called my name I was in complete shock. They said they liked my natural look and my confidence. My prize included a modelling contract with a plus-size model agent and magazine shoots. The Lorraine show has also asked me to model for it, which is more than I could have imagined. I plan to finish my degree and do modelling in my spare time. I feel proud to be called plus size because it means I’ve got curves. I haven’t been exposed to the size zero side of modelling and won’t be going to castings in that arena so I feel very protected from that aspect of the industry. I’m inspired by Crystal Renn, the plus-size Chanel model. She is one of the pioneers and rebelled against the size-zero craze. I know I’m going to have a lot of fun being a model while enjoying life at the same time. I can go out for meals with friends or eat ice cream while watching a film and not have to worry about putting on weight. There is a large market for curvy models in Europe so I’m looking forward to travelling and getting my hair and make-up done but most of all enjoying my normal, teenage life. Yes, I worry about the fashion industry Gail O’Hagan, 57, is a businesswoman who lives in Wilmslow, Cheshire My first experience with the modelling world wasn’t a pleasant one. My eldest daughter Rochelle, now 24, was spotted nine years ago. I accompanied her to meet the model agent in central London and sat open-mouthed as they told my beautiful daughter she had the right look but had to lose 1st 7lb if she wanted to be successful. In the end she signed up with a plus-size agency for a while in her early 20s and was happy. However when Lyndsey announced she had entered the curvy model competition I definitely had some reservations about the industry. I’ve always brought up my girls to view food in a healthy light, making sure I served up balanced meals. Having worked on advertising campaigns for high-street brands including Topshop, Marks & Spencer and Principles since the Eighties I’ve always been aware of the positive and negative sides of the fashion world. I remember in the Nineties when the gaunt, heroin chic look became popular after Kate Moss was discovered. I avoided hiring models with these specific looks because I thought it went too far. I was comforted by the fact the competition was for plus-size girls and knew Lyndsey would be protected to an extent from that side of the fashion world. Before she set off for her first audition we talked it all through. I told her to be confident, accept who she was and to enjoy herself. She knew I’d be with her every step of the way. She is very grounded so I didn’t have many concerns. When I went to London Fashion Week and saw how skinny some of the models were I breathed a sigh of relief Lyndsey wasn’t part of that world. I know my daughter would never let herself get that thin. She has a good family behind her and if she was heading in that direction I would intervene. As I watched Lyndsey strut down the catwalk I felt an overwhelming sense of pride and when they announced she had won I was as surprised as she was. I was so pleased for her but still concerned about how she would handle any future rejection. We’ve had lots of discussions about how rude model bookers can be and I’ve told her she needs to toughen up. We are going to take the jobs as they come and I’ll be there to make sure her confidence isn’t knocked. Sarah Watkinson, the director of 12+ UK Model Management, whom Lyndsey will work for, contacted me and said I could call her if I had any worries which set my mind at rest. Ideally I’d like Lyndsey to juggle getting an education with her modelling but if the latter takes off she can defer her degree for a year. Even though she’ll always be my baby, Lyndsey’s grown up now and when she’s travelling the world I’ll always be on the end of the phone.
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