You’ll never hear it from your favorite celebs, but this is what the world of plus size fashion looks like in the United States right now.
In 2016, plus size apparel was the hottest new fashion trend, and it wasn’t because a single designer had created it.
It was because a designer from a major U.S. clothing brand created the clothing.
“We’ve been talking about it for years,” says Nicole Young, Senior Vice President and General Manager of New York-based L’Oreal.
“It’s just that it’s been this invisible part of our culture.”
Young is quick to point out that the brand has been working on the issue for years.
L’Oréal launched the first plus size runway show in 2008, and L’Occitane was the first major U,S.
fashion house to begin producing plus size products in the 1990s.
Now, the brand is taking on the challenge of creating plus size pieces for a larger, more mainstream audience, one that’s already familiar with the term plus size.
L,Olivet has been in the business for more than 30 years, with its own line of products for women.
“Our goal is to change the conversation around plus size,” Young says.
“I think that’s what plus size has become.
I think that people have started to feel more comfortable talking about their bodies and about their experiences.
Plus size is a part of that conversation.”
L’Orange has created a line of apparel that includes a range of plus sizes for women and men, including clothing designed specifically for both genders.
“For women, we make clothing for women who are a bit bigger than us,” Young tells Newsweek.
“So if you’re a woman, you might want a skirt that is longer or shorter or has a higher rise or a lower rise.”
Plus sizes are not a new phenomenon in the fashion world.
In 2013, L’Ascension launched a line called L’Avant that included a range that included dresses, skirts, and sweaters designed for women with larger waists.
And in 2016, Lululemon launched its first plus sized line, the Lulules Collection, which included a collection for women in sizes ranging from 6 to 24 inches.
But the difference in the brands’ approach to the issue was that L’avant and Lulululemons, which are both owned by the same parent company, were both doing something different: They were doing a complete redesign of their brands and starting with an entirely new runway show.
Lululiun is now in the process of redesigning its entire clothing line to fit the needs of a larger audience, and that will include a runway show for women that’s entirely different than anything that’s been done before.
“The thing that is important to us is to bring new products and concepts to the plus size community that are both gender neutral and that make sense for a wider audience,” says Lululus spokesperson Sarah McDonough.
“To make this a reality, LULULUS has been building an incredibly collaborative and collaborative team.
LULUZEN is working with the industry to create the most comprehensive and inclusive apparel ever designed for a large and diverse population.
With our vision and dedication to creating the best apparel for our consumers, we are focused on bringing our customers the best products, services, and experiences possible, including the LULUXURY collection.”
Luluxury’s new LuluUX collection will be available in select retailers across the country this month.
“This new collection is a culmination of our research and our research on the plus sizes in general,” McDonought says.
The Luluziell collection, which was recently launched in Paris, is a full-on plus size show in which women are dressed in a range from 18 inches to 24.
“In the LUXURIA collection, there’s a range in length from 18 to 36 inches, but we really wanted to offer something to women who want to express their curves,” Mcdonough explains.
“You’ll also find a range for men, but it’s tailored to them.”
LUXUYL is an online store where Lululuus women can shop for plus size dresses and skirts.
LUXuY is currently recruiting a new designer for the collection, but Young says that the company plans to be ready in time for its launch.
“With LUXUs, we’re bringing our vision of plus sizing to a much wider audience that includes people who are different than us, people who don’t fit into the box that we have set up,” Young explains.
But as for how Lululys new collection will fit in the wider world of the plus sized community, the company is working to ensure that the items are both inclusive and appropriate.
“A lot of our goal is really to make sure that we’re giving people a