The World’s Most Stunning Plus-Sized Models

What pops into your mind when the word model is mentioned? Yes, the tall, skinny typical women who look good in everything, as they like to call them, “petite.” Those with tiny measurements, “a height of 5’9″ and 6″ with a 23″ waist and 33″ hips and bust.” Sounds cliché, right? Well, you haven’t met these beautiful plus-sized models yet?

Along with launching plus-size clothing that demonstrates that fashion doesn’t stop at a size 16, these women are also advocating for greater representation in our fashion media. And if you’re interested to see such women in other forms of media, say, adult videos or VR cams, you can find many of them in the MILF category. To get satisfaction from women with such body types, you can find them at free MILF VR cams, which will bring you a new type of joy. Start with this list of the most stunning plus-size models in the world to get inspired.

Precious Lee

Precious Lee is a curvy black model who has worked with various brands, including Versace, Fendi, and more. Just a few decades ago, it would be very difficult to even imagine a black plus-size female model. Well yeah, Precious Lee is a good example of that category now.

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She has been on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar and is also the first black plus-size model on the cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue. In the move to letting people embrace their bodies and promoting body positivity, she appeared in the #PlusisEqual campaign to celebrate the equality of bodies. Not only is she a model but an activist, too.

Ashley Graham

Ashley is a 36-year-old plus-size model. She was signed with an international modeling agency at the age of 13. She is the first size 16 model to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine. In addition to modeling, she is a producer and actress. This clearly shows the diversity in the industry, accommodating all types of female body sizes. She has been at the forefront of the body-positive movement to support women and encourage them to embrace their bodies.

Ashley has been featured on the covers of Vogue, British Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and Self, among others. She was also a judge on VH1’s America’s Next Top Model reality show, where she advised women to embrace their body sizes and that no matter what size they are, they can be a model.

Anita Marshall

Anita made her SI: Swimsuit appearance in 2020. She was named Essense’s Curvy Model of the Month in October 2020 and has modeled for Khloe Kardashian’s latest Good American line. She has also worked with Lane Bryant. Other major companies she’s worked with include Macy’s and Nordstrom representing women who are sizes 1416 like her. According to Anita, women are all unique and should embrace themselves despite the backlash from society.

Hunter McGrady

Hunter is an American plus-size model who made her first debut as a straight-size model when she was 15 but decided she couldn’t maintain the strict standard. McGrady moved to the plus-size category when she was 19.

She started cooperating with Sports Illustrated in 2017 as the largest model of the magazine and has been presented in five editions of SI’s Swimsuit Issue. It’s interesting that she is not only a model but also a mother. She is a body diversity advocate with her fashion line for QVC, which has various body sizes, and hosts her podcast titled Model Citizen.

Denise Bidot

Denise began as a makeup artist and later got into the modeling industry despite her body size. She has worked for clients such as Forever 21, Nordstrom, Target, Old Navy, Lane Bryant, Macy’s, etc. She started a movement with the motto, “There is no wrong way to be a woman.” Denise has been featured in the documentary Straight/Curve.

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Her appearance wearing clothes that reveal her stretch marks, has been an inspiration to many. Later in 2018, she joined Univision’s reality-television beauty contest Nuestra Belleza Latina as one of the main judges.

Robyn Lawley

The Australian model’s first shoot was for Dolly in 2006. Robyn has modeled for the cover of French Elle, Marie Claire, and Cosmopolitan. She has walked for designers in the likes of Peter Morrissey at Australian fashion week and Elena Miro at Milan fashion week as well as in a one-woman show for OneStopPlus. She is also known for her appearance in a plus-size clothing line for the New Zealand brand EziBuy.

Robyn is also a swimwear designer who flaunts her beauty in bikinis in her plus-size body. She works with various modeling agencies, including Ford Models in New York, Nomad Management in Los Angeles, Milk Management in London, and Francina Models in Barcelona.

Candice Huffine

Candice is an American plus-size model represented by IMG Models. At a size 12, she keeps her fashion style impeccable. She has been featured in Harper’s Bazaar, CR Fashion Book, Italian Vogue covers, Glamour, etc.

She signed her first contract as a plus-size model at the age of 16. Her first biggest commercial campaign came with Lane Bryant, where she was cast for shoots featured in the plus-size company’s catalog and store windows. Next, she was cast alongside top plus size models in the likes of Robyn Lawley and Tara Lynn in a shoot by the famous photographer Steven Meisel for Vogue Italy. This boosted her career in the plus-size group.

Kate Wasley

Kate is a plus-size Australian model. She is an advocate of appreciating your own body, owning up, and showing up on the runways. She has also been featured in Sports Illustrated magazine. Through this, she showed women that they don’t have to be embarrassed about their body size.

Kate has also participated in a triathlon. One could wonder how she did it in plus size, but yes, she did it. Kate became the first ever curve model for the famous straight-size activewear brand Lorna Jane who accommodated the XL size.