Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Fatshionistas in French Glamour

Sorry for the lack of updates! I'm having camera issues, but things should be resolved this weekend. In other news, Fatshionistas were featured in the June issue of French Glamour Magazine! The lovely French bloggers Stephanie, Sakina, and Kylanita (please check out their blogs if you haven't) look amazing in their spread . J, Lilli and myself were also mentioned! This is a huge honor, and I can't wait to get the hard copy in my hands.
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Since I last posted, I was also named one of the 40 Bloggers Who Really Count by the Times Online, and Faith21 reposted my Vogue video with a special intro by yours truly (and you can also shop my picks)! Lastly, the bloggers going to the YFF Conference interviewed the Head Designer at Evans, and that's posted on our main website. Make sure you check those out.

33 comments:

  1. Very Hot! Congrats!

    http://sagaofafatshionista.blogspot.com/

    XOXO

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  2. Congratulations! It's fascinating (and fantastic!) that such a grassroots type movement- made by everyday women taking to their computers- has made people take notice of a group that was largely ignored in the fashion industry. You ladies are pioneers. Way to represent.

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  3. this is amazing! congratulations!
    polway.blogspot.com

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  4. Congrats. I love this curvy girl movement.

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  5. Congrats, glad to see the curvy community getting the recongition we deserve! <3

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  6. How wonderful, my favorite bloggers all together. You go girls!

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  7. Congrats gabi this is so big for all of you!

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  8. Totally amazing, I wish Germany would bring up something like this *sigh* still behind everything here >______<

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  9. I am swelling with happiness! Congratulations to you for all the beautiful things you've done and do. Love, love, love.

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  10. Congratulations, it's great to see all of you getting this press and bringing attention to this movement. Getting so excited for July :-)

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  11. Congrats, its amazing to see so much attention being given to the fatshionista community :) xx

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  12. Congratulations! I was so happy to see you on the 40 Bloggers Who Really Count list - that just goes to show how plus size fashion is really coming into the mainstream.

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  13. Congrats this is an amazing honor!! Where can I buy the clothes modeled in the mag?

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  14. Wow. I love this post. That bluish purple sheath is to die for great! I am taking pictures at a wedding on Friday and I am going to try to find something just like that!

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  16. i love this! congrats!

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  17. congrats. that is very exciting!!!

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  18. Yes congratulations!!!! I am an intern and have been researching about the June 2010 issue of Glamour magazine (French) since it actually features "plus-sized" people, unlike the American Glamour cover. I will be writing about this at the http://lovelyish.com/ and would like to include your blog /name. Please email me if that is okay! I would love to stay in touch with you.

    Email: crystal.jill @ yahoo.com

    Crystal
    http://watermoolen.xanga.com/


    For more of my articles written for http://lovelyish.com/, check out here: http://www.lovelyish.com/contributors/watermoolen-xanga/

    Thanks! : )

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  19. Awesome and Congrats!
    ondahanger@gmail.com

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  20. hey there, i just found your blog today [too bad i didn't earlier]. i'm from israel. you've no idea how LUCKY you are to have all these amazing stores that carry plus sized collections. H&M opened their first israeli store about 2 months ago and the sizes are ABSURD! there's talk about old navy opening a store here but i just know that the sizes won't be imported along with the store. i was in the US about 3 years ago and i felt like a QUEEN there. no matter what store i entered - i found something fabulous that fitted me. so yeah, i guess i just commented to introduce myself and vent a bit :) keep on rocking. i'll definitely be reading through old posts this weekend.

    -Yael.

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  21. i love love love the pink and grey dress!

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  22. YAY! all awesome milestones for the plus sized fashion community :) its amazing to see you guys in print!

    <3 congrats on all the successes, Iza!

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  23. Major congrats for being recognised by Times Online!

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  24. Congratulations on all the recognition, you truly deserve it. I hope one day I can reach that level!

    Sincerely,
    Sarah from The Etiquette Cult

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  25. Awesome post!


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  26. Congratulations on being name to the 40 Bloggers Who Really Count list!! That's great, and you totally deserve it. Keep up the great work!

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  27. hello
    I'm from Brazil
    I really liked your site
    authenticity ... congratulations
    positive vibes

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