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Women's Equality Party: Why Fashion Must Break Away From the 'Tyranny of Thin'

Last month the Women’s Equality Party launched our #NoSizeFitsAll campaign to highlight the damage done by the fashion industry’s insistence on creating tiny sample sizes and to push for diversity in fashion as a way to combat the pressure on women and girls to be thin. So this month’s edition of Vogue magazine featuring women of diverse sizes in fashion editorials is extremely welcome.
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