October 27, 2004
With more high-end designers creating profitable lines for larger women, department stores are ordering bigger dummies
to replace the skinny manis that traditionally modeled clothes of all sizes.
Cant relate to that tall, willowy, perky-breasted model in your favorite store? Fortunately, manufacturers are breaking the mold with fiberglass forms more representative of our curvier proportions and diverse skin tones, writes A.J. Hanley in this months issue of Fitness magazine.
--I think that's a great move. There have been several times I've tried something on that looked great on a mannequin, and then realized it only looked good on the mannequin because it was a replica of someone who weighed 84 pounds.
Posted by: Lawrenkm at
| Comments (3)
| Add Comment
Post contains 115 words, total size 1 kb.
I've never understood the fashion industry's inability to recognize that their customers are not a size 4.
Novel concept to show your products in a realistic fashion (pun intended).
Posted by: Brian D. at October 27, 2004 05:57 PM (HY0P3)
What is up with the manis at Lane Bryant being so small, and the store thus has to pin the clothes they sell in to make them fit.
You think THEY would have plus size ones at least.
Posted by: chuck at October 27, 2004 08:42 PM (2ZckN)
In your free time, take a look at the pages in the field of phatmacy
Posted by: order buy davon online without prescription us pharmacies at October 04, 2005 01:09 PM (Se663)
| Add Comment
Comments are disabled.
Post is locked.
15kb generated in CPU 0.02, elapsed 0.1476 seconds.
35 queries taking 0.1313 seconds, 131 records returned.
Powered by Minx 1.1.6c-pink.