“Give me a D! Give me an F! Because Gorgeous Bras Come in All Shapes and Sizes.”; Vogue‘s refreshing campaign features models with diverse body types that don’t fit the straight-size norm in the fashion industry.

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[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he campaign consists of a series of black and white Calvin Klein-like images and pictures models – among which Marquita Pring, Inga Eiriksdottir and Ashley Graham – wearing no more than lingerie. 

The goal of Vogue’s campaign is to encourage women to have their bra sizes measured correctly, as the wrong size bra could cause “discomfort, pain, and loss of confidence.” 

Pring, one of the models that was booked for this campaign told Vogue: “I probably had boobs at the age of 11! […] I was young, and it was definitely the wrong type of bra. In fact, I wore the wrong type of bra until I got into this industry and started learning about my body.”

Thank you Vogue for featuring diverse body types. I know a lot of women appreciate this! Just one thing: “loss of confidence”? Err …



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