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Uncategorized / July 19, 2017

There’s a sense that the fashion world is on the verge of a change equal to the “democratization” that’s gained momentum in the past ten years—in which runway-knockoff chains like Zara and big-box designer collaborations like Vera Wang for Kohl’s have made high fashion available to the masses. This hope has been buoyed by the box-office triumph of female celebrities with non-Jennifer Aniston-esque bodies, who seem to be closing the gap between fashionable and “real” America.Michael Kors perfume boots Melissa McCarthy, who starred in “Bridesmaids,” said that just two years ago she had trouble finding a designer to make her a dress for the Academy Awards. As Jill Herzig, then the editor of Redbook, told a reporter, “The second wave of this big style revolution . . . is that accessibility doesn’t just mean price—it means size.” I first met Alexandra Boos on the Wednesday of Full Figured Fashion Week.Michael Kors perfume boots Hundreds of full-figured women, dressed in white and showing skin, were lined up along a pier on the East River, waiting to board a party boat for an event called Curves at Sea. Boos is tall and voluptuous, with a bright, Midwestern disposition and a blond-bombshell look—flowing…