If you’re searching for plus size models for an upcoming fashion show, you’ve probably wondered where to find them. There are numerous agencies, including Mary Duffy, IMG, and Ford Models. Read on to discover how to spot the plus size models you’re interested in and find out how to get started. These agencies are known to be open to plus size models and are willing to work with you if you meet certain requirements.
There are many benefits of signing with Ford Models Curve, an agency that specializes in casting curvy, plus-size models. Its diverse roster enables it to work with models in a variety of markets, from runway to high-end commercials. Among its plus-size models, Ashley Graham and Crystal Renn are the most notable. The agency also represents Leslie Sidora, Kylie Lauren and Candace Demers.
Ford Models is an international modeling agency that was founded by Gerard W. and Eileen Ford in 1946. Their offices are in New York, Miami, London, Chicago, and Paris. The agency has been around for nearly 70 years and represents some of the world’s most famous plus-size models. Models must be at least five feet tall to be considered. Ford Models also has a division for plus-size models.
The IMG model agency is one of the most successful in the world. The agency has a growing reputation for identifying and developing diverse models. A new division for the agency has been considered. Models who are underrepresented in the industry will benefit from this initiative. Plus size models are also more sought after than ever. Models who fit into a size 0 body can join IMG’s growing roster. These plus size models will be represented by the top agencies in the world.
In addition to representing plus-size models, IMG has also helped to break barriers in the industry. In fact, IMG signed the first plus-size male model, Zach Miko. The model is also the co-author of The Other F Word, the first Latinx model to appear in an editorial magazine spread. Another Plus-size model signed by IMG is Brett Morse, a British athlete who competes in the discus throw and holds a degree in sports management.
Founded in 1977, Big Beauties/Little Women is the first agency dedicated to plus size models. Founded by Mary Duffy, the agency has 50 plus size models and is now one of the largest agencies dedicated to plus size women. The agency represents both petites and full-figured models. Its success has spawned several plus size modeling agencies, including Ford Models, which now operates its own division.
A major plus size modeling agency will usually work only with large-sized models with fair-skinned bodies. It may be more difficult to find a role for a plus-size model if you are overweight. Several agencies have recently opened plus size divisions to recruit models who fit their clients. Big Beauties Little Women was founded by Mary Duffy, a former plus-size model. It was later acquired by Ford Models, and the company is now known as Ford+.