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Karl Lagerfield: “No one wants to see fat women on the runway!”


What do you think, feel or believe about Karl Lagerfield’s statement: “No one wants to see fat women on the runway!” Lagerfield spoke freely, as he always does, on jeanmarcmorandini – here’s your chance to do the same!

Just to you give you a hint, wildcurves.com says: “WTF”! Although, we probably do not have to say a word and you all would’ve known our thoughts before we even thought it!

Drop Us A Line…Thoughts, feelings; all vents are accepted and admired!

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Spoiling You Sexy With Wild Curves Cash

You can’t get wilder or sexier than wildcurves.com! Did you hear, we have come out with a brand spankin’ new way to show our love for you: our dearest, most beloved and adored customer, we are announcing loyalty in the form of wildcurves cash point system. For every gorgeous garment you purchase, you will receive a certain amount of loyalty points, once you accumulate 100 such points, you will receive $100 Wild Curves cash to be devoured by you next delicious dress or anything you find appetizing in our store. Are you ready to get your Wild Curves cash, we know you are – in order to be a part of this you must create an account during checkout or click here.

Let us spoil you, let us spoil you sexy with none other than wildcurves.com cash.  For more such desired details, go here.

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Wild Curves Featured in BBW Beauties Mag

The wildcurves.com Spring/Summer 2013 Collection has been featured in BBW Beauties Magazine! Yes, you read right! We have graced the style pages of one of the best curvy girl mags March issue. Spring is in the air and so is fancy fashion found on pages 71-78 in this rock your curves Spring style edition. We …

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Chrystee Pharris discloses her style secrets

Our style speculation into the fashion passions of Actress Chrystee Pharris is over! The star of the upcoming flick The takeover sat down with Wild Curves in an exclusive interview about why she is so in love with our own French brand Les Fees Du Vent (translated: “fairies of the wind”)! If you don’t already know, this parisian couture was born in 2009 with the vision of a female designer that wanted to make fairy tale magic come alive through her textile creations! An award winning stylist, Cecile Farkas Moritel produces 10 flirtatious and poetic motifs for each season with only such materials as chiffon, cotton, and silk. All of Cecile’s concepts come from favorite writers and their novels as well as famous places. Leo Tolstoy and his Anna Karenina, renowned boudoir and lingerie designer Chantal Thomass, the Notre Dame Cathedral, just to name a few, have all been used as inspiration for the many provocative pieces of the acclaimed designer behind the bewitching style brand: Les Fees Du Vent!

Q: How did you discover LFDV?

A: I flew to Germany back in 2009 to do an autograph signing for Scrubs and then flew to Paris to attend Who’s Next Paris Porte De Versailles. There were many designers, but when I passed the LFDV booth, it really struck my eye. I remember thinking, ‘Wow! I have never seen anything like it! I have to have it on my body for my Red Carpet events!’

Q: What do you love about this designer?

A: It’s unconventional, unique, and the detail in the stitching is amazing. I love that the designer takes the time to hand-design each piece. The effort that it takes to design each item and the passion just makes it so brilliant. The colors and the vibrance make me happy to wear it. I feel happy because I always get complemented on my outfits wherever I go!

Q: What do you think sets LFDV apart from other brands?

A: I think in addition to its creative design, this brand is unique because it’s a style that’s for everyone.  All people can wear LFDV no matter their age or shape. In my family there are big women and they all look beautiful in LFDV. You have to give them props for that. They are not just sewing for petites or for plus size, but for all sizes.  It’s important that we celebrate women of all ages, shapes and sizes and this brand, unlike many others, does this.

Q: Do you have a favorite item made by LFDV?

A: All their summer and winter outfits and coats. Their jewelry and purses are slamming. Makes you think twice about buying other designer brands. They match their bags and jewelry with the details on the outfits, so it’s a a complete dressing match. I love their purses and the best part it’s not crazy expensive. Love their stuff! Not just the dresses, but the bags and jewelry are definitely a must have.

Q: Do you find it challenging to find unique styles in the USA?

A: Yes, although we have tons of stores and designers in this country, it’s hard to find clothes that are unique unless it’s designer and expensive, which for me makes it difficult. Once I wear it on the red carpet, you can’t wear it again without the tabloids talking bad about you. This is another reason why I love LFDV because I can wear it not only on the Red Carpet, but in everyday life and feel just as glamorous and beautiful as though I was going to a celebrity event.

Q: Do you ever shop in any stores here in the USA?

A: Yes, sometimes I’ll shop at Guess By Marciano, BeBe, BCBG. But, I have not been shopping in the last two years because I have been wearing LFDV! I am excited because I have a new shipment coming soon!

Salivating to see the new Spring/Summer 2013 Collection from Les Fees Du Vent? Go here or click ‘Curvy Shop’ above!

 

Left to right: Chrystee Pharris, Janora McDuffie (“Grey’s Anatomy”), Caryn Ward-Ross (“The Game”), Tanjareen Martin (“Family Time”)

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Vogue Vows To Model Health On World’s Runway

Here’s what this wild curvaceous woman wants to know of  Vogue (a.k.a. Condé Nast, a.k.a. Jonathan Newhouse, chairman of Vogue publisher Condé Nast International): 1. Why only now, in 2012, did a health initiative decide to grace the pages of  your (all Vogue editions) mag and the minds of your editors, photographers, designers etc.? 2. Does this …

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The Untapped Plus Size Market

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Curvy Scoop: Futuristic Shopping

How is the world of technology transforming retail? This seems to be a sexy topic. How would you feel if you never had to walk into a store again and you could do all your shopping needs (even trying on clothes and shoes) all with the simple clicks of a few buttons? What if your …

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Curvy Scoop: Negative Sizes: Deception Or Reality

If you are like me, you are constantly searching the net for new and interesting fashion – from skirts, to shoes, to dresses, and even unique, but comfy yogini wear!

Occasionally, in the midst of my fashion pursuit, I come across fascinating news and that is exactly what happened to me today! While rummaging through plus size fashion links on reddit.com, my eyes gravitated to an article entitled: “Most runway models meet the BMI criteria for anorexia’, claims plus-size magazine in powerful comment on body image in the fashion industry.” When I read that title, I admit feeling a bit uneasy because if you are like me, you probably only heard about those three strange letters at a doctors office and forgotten them as soon as you left. Plus, I always associated those alphabetic spews with overweight issues, but here it was in black and white connected to anorexia.

Then it hit me, of course this makes perfect sense, this article is describing those skinny stick figures that we see toddling down the runway! I always knew that they looked unhealthy and could never imagine why designers want them parading in their attire or even why fashioners design for negative sizes anyway.

As I contemplated this a little further, I realized that not only is stick-skinny unhealthy and ugly on the runway, but it also poses a dire danger to the minds of women (of all ages) in our community. Everyday real women (including girls of single-digit ages) are brainwashed into thinking that skinny is sexy and that must be achieved at all costs. This is a fatal philosophy that has gone airbrushed for too long! I want to share this article with you in hopes that you will take it to heart and keep your soul, psyche, and shape healthy, no matter the stereotypes you find in the world of style – because remember there always will be a degree of deception in fashion! Our job is to look again!

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