Starting today, the nickname "The Body" has a new "owner": Tara Lynn , a plus size model to which Elle France dedicated its February cover, giving her the famous nickname, which was, until recently, reserved for Elle MacPherson. A breathtaking beauty, Tara evokes images of Canova's inspired neoclassicism. The Elle photo emphasizes her beauty even more with an outfit that shows off the sensuality of her curves. Finally, the vocabulary of beauty is changing.
Elle magazine breaks fashion's last taboo: plus-size models on the cover
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There are many reasons to admire Tara Lynn: The plus-size model, who covers this month's issue of ELLE Spain, has not only helped redefine the industry's standards of beauty, but encouraged women of all sizes to embrace their natural shape, too. But make no mistake: Lynn knows better than anyone that it's easier said than done. With a newfound appreciation for her voluptuous frame, she then mustered up the courage to walk into a modeling agency—a move that would not only change her life as she knew it, but also launch a movement. In addition to belting out tunes, she spends her free time reading, writing, painting, and hanging with pals such as fellow plus-size model Robyn Lawley —who, for the record, makes a killer gluten-free French onion soup.
Tara Lynn, plus size model, slimmed down by Elle Spain
The issue discusses "real women," meaning not the waifish models typically put on the cover — Lynn's feature story even translates to 'The Success Of A Real Woman. Some are wary of dubbing women who are not as skinny as typical models "real women," saying that it's less inclusive to say that having more curves makes a woman more of a woman than if she's skinny. She has yet to cover a major fashion magazine in the U. Lynn, who is signed with IMG Models, stands at 5'9 and measures
Skip navigation! Story from Fashion. We'll just say it: No matter what size you wear, plus-size model Tara Lynn's recent admission is kind of a bummer. In an interview with Elle magazine, the model said, "I'm just going to make this confession — it is hard to make clothes look great on big women.