Where did the #FatBabesInLuxury movement come from?

The #FatBabesInLuxury movement has been taking over social networks for some time now, calling for greater morphological diversity in the luxury sector. Let’s take a look at the origin of this hashtag.


On Instagram, Twitter or TikTok, many Internet users are concerned by the emerging movement of #FatBabesInLuxury, calling for greater diversity of sizes in the luxury industry and especially on the catwalks of Fashion Week, where plus-size models are still rare.


The founders of the movement


While in the world of ready-to-wear or fast-fashion, a great diversity of bodies and morphologies are represented today, this desire for inclusiveness is not as strong for haute couture. That’s why, last April, Katie Sturino and Nicolette Mason decided to open the dialogue through the hashtag #FatBabesInluxury in order to raise awareness about these issues.



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