This, from Fashionista: "In its January issue, Plus Model Magazine just published an editorial lensed by Victoria Janashvili and featuring plus-size model Katya Zharkova. In it, Katya, who is totally naked, is surrounded by various facts and figures about size and models."
Some points: I suppose as they are talking about bodies, it makes sense to show bodies, but .... oh dear. WHY must "plus size" models always be shot naked?
... and can someone explain the point of this image to me?
A thought: "Plus" Magazine would make a much more powerful point if they debunked one very pervasive fashion myth, one that ensures that skinny women are the only ones who can be "proper" models: That clothes look better on very thin girls (not women). For that, the chicks would have to be CLOTHED!