Cosmo Photoshops Models, Proves Runway Size Shouldn't Matter

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Although we've seen some changes in the fashion industry, particularly the inclusion of models with physical and mental disabilities during New York Fashion Week, there is still a long way to go.

According to Cosmopolitan, most fashion designers don't shy away from the norm when it comes to casting models for their shows, only selecting women that are a standard runway size 0 to 4.

To prove models can still rock the runway even if they're larger than those sizes, the mag Photoshopped models on the runway and made them appear large than they are in real life. In one shot for example, a thin model struts down the runway in a low-cut, black tuxedo dress. In a split shot, her body is bigger– her legs are thicker and her hips are wider.

In each photo where they transformed the models, the thicker version of the women still looked good in the clothes. Whether that was a slinky dress or bright top paired with see-through pants, both versions of the ladies looked beautiful.

Cosmo asked, "What if runway models were the size of an average American woman? Would the clothes really look that different?" What do you think? Tell us in the comments!

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