These Plus-Sized Models Recreated Iconic Celebrity Looks to Promote Self-Love

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Skinny is the typical word we’d use to describe a model, especially in the 1990s. In contrast to the Kardashian-era body type that is voluptuous and curvy, this trend seems to be on its way back “in.” But that fact doesn’t stop these plus-sized models from flaunting their curvy bodies.

Instead, they’re getting creative by recreating the thinner celebrities’ looks. Just like Stella Williams says, “We have to aspire to getting more body representation in different areas.”

1. Katie Sutrino recreates Hailey Beiber’s look.

2. Gabriella Athena Halikas recreates Kim Kardashian’s look.

3. Katie Sutrino recreates Kaia Gerber’s look.

4. Paloma Elsesser recreates Aaliyah’s look.

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5. Gabriella Athena Halikas recreates Julia Fox’s look.

6. Katie Sutrino recreates Olivia Rodrigo’s look.

7. Diana Sirokai recreates Kim Kardashian’s look.

8. Katie Sutrino recreates Miley Cyrus’s look.

9. Stella Williams recreates Hunter Schafer’s look.

10. Katie Sutrino recreates Jules Hough’s look.

11. Gabriella Athena Halikas recreates Julia Fox’s look.

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Plus size means BIG, not morbidly obese.
Body positivity? There is nothing positive about a body that's morbidly obese.

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Only 2 of these girls look good, the rest are sloppy and disgusting.

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To promote Self-Love, people should take responsibility for - and care of their bodies - first instead of contributing to the problem.

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Some look better on the skinny models and some look better on the plus size models. I don’t understand all of this hate towards the plus size models. You can’t control what suits you and what doesn’t.

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2, 4, 5, 7 and 11 look better on the plus size models in my opinion

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