Catwalks were once dominated by Naomi, Kate and Cindy.
But these five new faces have been praised as the new & # 39; supers & # 39; – and they shake the modeling industry upside down.
American beauties Alessandra Garcia-Lorido, Yvonne Simone, Solange van Doorn, Seynabou Cissé and Iskra Lawrence, are all on the cover of the September issue of Attraction magazine.
Each model was chosen because it makes waves in the fashion industry – and represents the future of body diversity and inclusiveness. They are also all plus-size, which means that they prop up their stuff in an American size 12 (UK size 16) or higher.
Here, a closer look at Glamor & # 39; s choice of those to watch …
Meet the new & # 39; Supers: & # 39; Glamor contained the five models, which they introduce as new super models for a new era. From left to right: Yvonne, Seynabou, Alessandra, Iskra and Solange
The September issue of Glamor Magazine celebrates diversity and has five large models on the cover. From left to right: back: Iskra Lawrence, Seynabou Cissé, Alessandra Garcia Lorido. Front: Solange van Doorn and Yvonne Simone
Alessandra Garcia-Lorido, the daughter of actor Andy Garcia, said she didn't get as much attention as other children of the rich and famous because she & # 39; chunky & # 39; used to be
Where you know her from: She is the daughter of actor Andy Garcia and has played in various films, including Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again.
She ran for Dolce and Gabbana, posed for Emily Ratajkowski's Inamorata line and participated in the Gap denim campaign for the fall of 2019.
Alessandra explained that she felt she had been treated differently from the other descendants of the rich and famous in her teenage years, namely that she did not get much media attention.
& # 39; I felt that I should never be in those spaces because they didn't even think about it; they never looked at the "fat" daughter of a celebrity.
Now that they have walked in front of Dolce & Gabbana and posed in front of the Inamorata line by fellow model Emily Ratajkowski, the model thinks that as a publication different models give the cold shoulder, they are doing a bad service.
& # 39; I am size 12, & # 39; Alessandra added. & # 39; I don't represent girls of size 22. I don't know what that feels like and I shouldn't speak for them. I should not represent them. I can represent myself; if they relate, if they are inspired by me, then great. & # 39;
Solange van Doorn
Solange van Doorn will soon appear in a campaign for Victoria Secret & # 39; s Pink and posed for Calvin Klein and Savage x Fenty
Where you know her from: Calvin Klein & # 39; # Mycalvins & # 39; underwear campaign, Savage x Fenty and IMG New York 2019 Polaroids / Portraits.
Solange will appear in a campaign for Pink, the sister brand of Victoria & # 39; s Secret, and has appeared in Rihanna & # 39; s underwear line Savage x Fenty.
And as she welcomed the step forward in her career and said: & # 39; I wanted one of us to overcome this & # 39 ;, she also admitted that she felt limited in her work because of her size.
Seynabou Cissé posed for Vogue and Sephora and said she thought the fashion industry should be more diverse
Where you know her from: She posed for the July 2019 edition of American Vogue, ran for Chromat and Christian Siriano and was central to a Sephora campaign.
Seynabou, who has repeatedly spoken about diversity in the fashion industry, explained that she was often selected for work as a sign of diversity.
& # 39; White plus bodies are much more acceptable, & # 39; said Seynabou, the new face of Sephora.
& # 39; It always kills me when I am on a job and I am painfully aware that I am the symbolic person (of color) in the room. That is always difficult. & # 39;
Yvonne Simone appeared on America's next top model in 2012 and walked Chromat and Cushnie in 2019
Where do you know her from: Was on 2012 & # 39; s Next Top Model, walked Chromat and Cushnie during New York Fashion Week 2019
Yvonne said she felt there was a consensus in the fashion world that large-size models do not like & # 39; high fashion & # 39; were seen.
"Why can't we be cool and wear cool clothes and not have to smile over the runway," she asked.
Iskra Lawrence is a US-based British model that is an AerieREAL global role model and has worked with American Eagle Outfitters and L & # 39; Oréal
Where do you know her from: Modeled for AerieREAL, American Eagle Outfitters and l & # 39; Oréal.
She regretted that plus-size women often sexualized more further than others, and that body positivity campaigns still tended to cater to the smaller end of the plus-size spectrum.
& # 39; I can't promise you that you will feel (always) represented … So I want people to know if you can't see yourself, you can still be it, you can still do it, & # 39; she said .
& # 39; Maybe you should be that performance, & # 39; she added.
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