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All the Curvy Models Who Walked the Spring 2019 Shows at New York Fashion Week 2018

Glamour Logo By Halie LeSavage of Glamour | Slide 1 of 69: In September 2017, it felt as if size-inclusivity had reached an all-time high at Fashion Week: By Glamour's count, there were over 200 non-straight-sized models featured on the runway or at presentations for Spring 2018, largely thanks to brands that cater to plus-sized shoppers (like Addition Elle, Torrid, and Dia & Co.) appearing on the calendar. Still, it was increase from the 27 models spotted during the previous season. Though encouraging, by the Fall 2018 shows, that count went down to 30 across Fashion Weeks in New York, London, Milan, and Paris according to The Fashion Spot, which keeps track of diversity in casting across runways. That's 1.2 percent.With the Spring 2019 shows well underway, we're keeping tabs of body diversity on the runway during New York Fashion Week. (Though, as some designers move away from traditional runway casting in favor of "real people," we're counting professional models in our final tally.) A familiar list of designers, led by Chromat and Christian Siriano, presented their new collections on women of all sizes; and they were joined by a handful of brands new to curve casting, including Mara Hoffman, Sies Marjan, and Cushnie.Despite fewer appearances on the whole than previous seasons, we're applauding the designers that have sent models of diverse sizes down their Spring 2019 runways. Ahead, see every appearance by a curve model at New York Fashion Week 2018.We bring you the trends. You make them your own. Sign up for our daily newsletter to find the best fashion for YOU.

In September 2017 it felt as if size inclusivity had reached an all-time high at Fashion Week: By Glamour's count, there were over 200 non-straight-size models featured on the runway or at presentations for spring 2018, largely thanks to brands that cater to plus-size shoppers (like Addition Elle, Torrid, and Dia & Co.) appearing on the calendar. Still, it was increase from the 27 models spotted during the previous season. Though encouraging, by the fall 2018 shows, that count went down to 30 across Fashion Weeks in New York, London, Milan, and Paris according to The Fashion Spot, which keeps track of diversity in casting across runways. That's 1.2 percent.

With the spring 2019 shows well underway, we're keeping tabs of body diversity on the runway during New York Fashion Week. (Though, as some designers move away from traditional runway casting in favor of "real people," we're counting professional models in our final tally.) A familiar list of designers, led by Chromat and Christian Siriano, presented their new collections on women of all sizes; and they were joined by a handful of brands new to curve casting, including Mara Hoffman, Sies Marjan, and Cushnie.

Despite fewer appearances on the whole than previous seasons, we're applauding the designers that have sent models of diverse sizes down their spring 2019 runways. Ahead, see every appearance by a curve model at New York Fashion Week 2018.

We bring you the trends. You make them your own. Sign up for our daily newsletter to find the best fashion for YOU.

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