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    Senior Member lynnifer's Avatar
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    I love it .. the inclusion, finally .. and she is gorgeous!
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    I think the designer is smart, he is designing and displaying clothes to meet the spectrum of a variety of women, in all sizes and shapes.

    I wish more designers would think that way. While i can fit in a size well below the US norm, I don't have the height that designers make clothes for.

    I hope he meets with success and that it isn't just a PR stunt.

    Regarding the phrases, "bound" and "confined" I would hope that the modeling agency for PWD, visAbility would be correcting the medias errors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnifer View Post
    I love it .. the inclusion, finally .. and she is gorgeous!

    I agree with lynnifer, SHE IS GORGEOUS. I don't want to toot the horn of the disabled (too loud) but some of the others look like Sloppy Seconds.


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    lets hope it becomes common pratice
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