In Big Beautiful Woman magazine more commonly known via the acronym BBW began publication and was one of the first publications in the US catering specifically to plus-size clothing consumers. All marketing NEEDS to make us feel insecure in order to buy the new thing that they are advertising. A Model at Size 12". It ceased publication in , but the "BBW" brand was sold onwards.
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Requirements for plus-size models. For the sake of classification, plus-size models are not necessarily plus-size in terms of actual measurements. Sure, they fall outside the range of your standard editorial fashion model, which is why models in the range of sizes 8 to 12, depending on the build, are usually considered for plus-size modeling. In the fashion industry, "plus size" is a term for models who are size 8 and up. But in the real world, most people would never think of a size 8 as plus size — most plus-size clothing doesn't. A plus-size model is an individual of average to larger stature (sometimes but not exclusively overweight or obese) who is engaged primarily in modeling plus-size clothing.