Even though some wouldn’t really call Kelly’s figure a challenging one (to dress), the glamour model / actress explains that:
Finding clothes that suit my curvy shape has been a struggle in the past. When I was younger, I was a trend follower without really thinking if it suited my body shape.
Now, rather than following what other people are doing, I stick to accentuating my waist, as it balances out my hips and b~~~~.
When I started getting into modelling as a teenager, I wasn’t your typical gazelle with petite perky breasts or an androgynous waif.
I was 5ft 6in with 36in hips, a 25in waist and large b~~~~, so I really struggled to begin with – I was the wrong girl, wrong time.
But then I looked for work in areas of the media that would accept me, such as pop videos.
If you want to take a closer and longer look at Kelly’s wardrobe and accessories, check out this article!
If this was a “This Body Belongs to…” game, how many would have exclaimed: ‘Jessica Simpson!’?
Paradoxically, Jessica is distorted by the Photoshop machine, but she also happens to send a pro-body diversity message in the magazine:
Jessica Simpson has undergone a noteworthy personal style evolution, inspired, she says, by coming to terms with some serious body issues over the course of the last year. She stopped fighting her hourglass silhouette, for instance, after realizing that â€œwe all obsess over looking like the perfect Barbie type, and that’s not always what’s beautiful. It’s about making peace with yourself.â€
Kind request to the editors: Pick a side! Either go wild and do your airbrushing extravaganza OR promote beauty and body diversity – It’s not a ‘2 in 1 deal’.
Check out the weirdly photoshopped cover on the next page!
And thanks to her major weight loss, she abandoned her size 14 figure and now fits into a size 6. Let’s find out the details from People Magazine:
If you see Sara Rue on the street, chances are she’ll be smiling. That’s because the actress has lost 50 pounds since signing on as a spokesperson for Jenny Craig last December. â€œI have such a better relationship with food than I’ve ever had in my life,â€ Rue, 31, tells PEOPLE. â€œI’ve learned how to control portions, I’ve learned how to eat healthfully.â€ Best of all, she is enjoying exercise for the first time in her life. Rue, who used to just walk the dogs around the block, now regularly logs 45-60 minutes of cardio 5-6 days a week on the treadmill and is in training for her first half marathon. But her eight-month journey was not without its fair share of obstacles. â€œI spent the first few months of this program wearing my pedometer and getting in my 10,000 steps every day,â€ Rue says. â€œWhen I started running I would run for one minute and walk for ten. Now I can run for two-and-a-half hours straight. That’s insane! I never would have thought six months ago that I would be able to run that much.â€ Nor did she think she’d be enjoying another activity-shopping. â€œBarely squeezing into a size 14 when she embarked upon her weight loss journey, the 5’8â€ Rue is now a lean â€œsize 6.â€ Busy planning a Spring 2011 wedding with her fiancÃ©, teacher Kevin Price, Rue recently popped into Vera WangÂ in Beverly Hills to check out a 70 percent off sale. â€œI wandered to the back of the store where all the bride gowns were. The woman zipped it up and she had to clamp it in the back because it was too big,â€ Rue says, laughing. â€œIt was just a great feeling.â€
Find out more about how Sara started this journey HERE!
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Lindsay Lohan is the star ofÂ Marc Ecko’s new ad campaign for his new Cut & Sew line – but wait: where are her freckles and is that her waist? Answer: Not really – according to many newspapers and online magazines and somewhat confirmed by the designer, Lindsay’s head was actually attached to another model’s body (well, this has happened before).
Why would the designer hire an expensive Lindsay then? Marc Ecko explains:
â€œA muse has the ability to inspire the artist to create in ways they wouldn’t otherwise contemplate. For better, or worse, they make you feel something, emotionally. I cast Lindsay because people are fascinated with her – they can either feel good or bad things, but they are feeling some type of emotion. She’s a pop culture icon.â€
See the rest of these shots after the jump!