Plus Size fashion: Why plus sizes are not ‘the new black’
Fashion designer Lacey Breen talks about her new book, plus size fashion, as she shares how plus size designers have been doing things differently for decades.
Plus Size Fashion by Lacey D. Breen (Kindle Edition) is out now and is available for pre-order from Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
The book’s title is an acronym for plus size.
It’s a collection of essays that includes essays by plus size artists, designers, stylists, and writers, as well as interviews with designers, models, fashion editors, and fashion historians.
In addition to sharing stories about plus size culture and fashion, the book discusses the role that fashion and fashion magazines have played in changing the way we think about plus sizes and the role of fashion magazines in the past.
The authors talk about the way plus size women have been featured in magazines and what the future may hold for them.
They also address the ways that fashion, media, and other social institutions can help to change the perception of plus size and the need for plus sizes to have the same opportunities as other people.
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Read more about plus sized fashion and plus sized women:The authors also discuss the history of plus sizes, how fashion has changed since 1900, and how plus sizes were viewed and marketed in the 1920s and 30s.
The new book is part of a broader initiative by LAC, a nonprofit organization that helps provide affordable and culturally relevant literacy to underserved communities in the United States and Canada.
Learn more at laces.org.