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Paloma Elsesser says designers need to create clothes for ‘all body shapes’

OHMYGOSSIP — Paloma Elsesser has insisted fashion designers need to learn to create clothes for ‘all bodies”.
The plus-size model has collaborated on a new collection for Danish fashion brand Ganni – with sizes going up to a UK 24 – and she is adamant the industry needs a major overhaul so designers clothes aren’t aimed solely at smaller sizes.
She told The Sunday Times newspaper: “A lot of the design afforded to larger mid and plus-size bodies is so limited. It’s isolating. To find the clothes that I want to wear and the ways that I want to express myself I have to be resourceful. I think that a lot of people in my community want the level of ease that’s like, I see it, I want it, I go into the shop and I get it.”
Paloma went on to insist the inclusion of larger sizes should be a requirement of all fashion brands. She added: “In the same way that all hairdressers should know how to style all hair – black, white, coarse, kinky, straight. You’re saying you’re a fashion designer? You should know how to design for all bodies.
The 31-year-old model – who has worked with Nike, Inc., Fenty Beauty and Proenza Schouler and graced the cover of Vogue – went on to insist there is a big market for plus-size clothing and designers are missing out on the chance to sell their wares to everybody instead of the few.
She concluded: “Larger sizes are always the first to sell out – I don’t know how much more evidence there needs to be. But what’s important is that there are images of bodies that look like what they’re selling too. That is a good start.”

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