The model and activist “body positive” has dazzled with a word of honor of Zac Posen
Updated 25/02/2019 04:07
All is very easy when you have a size 36: almost any dress you feel good and designers are willing to bet on it. But that happens when your are a size 44? Ashley Graham has demonstrated, once ms, that beauty is not the matter of a number and has gone to the Oscars 2019 -as a reporter, besides – with a ceido black dress from Zac Posen that it is the dream of many. Lesson of style, lesson of brotherhood and reivindicacin of other models of beautylike Marilyn Monroe or Sophia Loren.
“You’re pretty to be fat”, le decan to Ashley Graham when I was young. Those comments, insults and teasing by their appearance physicist the have been persecuted throughout life. As what had to TELVA in an exclusive interview in which this activist the body, as she likes to be defined, expona all the problems that bush had to face by not having a body “according to the canon of beauty”.
However, this night Ashley Graham has triumphed. Not only has come to the red carpet of the academy awards 2019but that has given a lesson of style, of female empowerment and, above all, of security in itself. And he has done so, moreover, as a reporter infiltrated to the string ABC.
It is possible to succeed in a red carpet when you have ms all of a size 40? What is certain is that is complicated and it requires something that not all celebrities can access: a designer that will make a dress to measure. In the case of Ashley Graham, who has reported on numerous occasions this growing problem, it has all been possible thanks to your hair stylist, Jordan Foster.
Both the model as well as his assistant have been shared on Instagram some moments of the fitting of the american: the strapless gown structured is Zac Posenthe shoes are of Gianvito Rossithe hand bag is Roger Vivier and jewelry minimalist, of Martin Katz.
The hair in a hair tie with pins black, is the work of the hairdresser Justine Marjan. Her makeup artist, Kate Synnotthe explained on Instagram that for his sophisticated but understated makeup has employee products Ole Henriksen, Revlon and Alleven.