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For plus-sized women, it's a logistical and often emotional struggle to go shopping.
The launch of the new range means H&M now joins a number of other high street staples offering plus-sized clothing to children including Next, Tesco and Marks and Spencer.
Fashion designer Calvin Thoo also used social media to counter her view, saying plus-sized individuals have as much right as Zaihani to attend fashion shows.
As a full house looked on, 27 curvaceous models of different ethnicities joined a host of performers including singer Anna Choi to showcase the power of plus-sized, diverse modeling -- something never before attempted in Korea.
The 27-year-old, who weighs 20 stone, is confident in her body and wanted to use this opportunity to change people's perceptions of plus-sized people.
After spending much time behind the scenes at fashion shows helping with production, she begins to dabble in the world of plus-sized modeling.
* Model Ashley Graham, who made headlines in February as the first plus-sized model to appear in Sports Illustrated's annual swimsuit edition, will launch a U.S.
The open-piece, figure-flattering design caught the eye of backers such as former host of “Extra” and workout apparel designer, Dayna Devon, and Marie Denee, the founder of top plus-sized fashion blog “The Curvy Fashionista.” Denee and Devon posted the Kickstarter link to their 385,807 combined Facebook fans after pledging to Just Curves.
"The attitude towards plus-sized models is definitely changing.
Plus-sized women would stop me on the street and literally offer to buy dresses off my back.
She says her pieces are "simply cut with a consideration for a plus-sized figure.