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Hunter McGrady is prepared to see much more alter in the fashion business.
Nearly 4 years after very first appearing in Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit problem, the 27-year-old design hoped there would be more chances for curved women like herself. But prior to speaking at The BodCon’s virtual conference this February, Hunter could not assist however assess what she has actually seen and experienced in the world of style.
“I think a lot of people want to report that the industry has changed rapidly and we’ve seen immense growth, but the truth of the matter is that it’s slow. It’s slow, but I think we are getting there,” Hunter specifically shown E! News. “I live in New York City and I still don’t have the opportunity to go and shop in SoHo or 5th Avenue in any of the stores because none of them carry my size. I only have a few select stores that I’m able to shop with online.”
The body positivity supporter included, “To me, you’re really missing a huge, huge part of your customer who’s there and willing to spend the money. They just don’t have the product and for me, the question is, why? Why are we not catering to these women who are desperately in need of just beautiful fashion? Fashion has no size. Fashion has no age. Fashion is for everyone.”