D&G has announced a change to the sizing of its clothing line, becoming more inclusive of different body shapes.
D&G recently extended its sizing range
Unless you share the same frame as a size zero runway model, fitting into the latest gowns from your favourite designers can sometimes be a struggle.
But as more and more companies open their eyes to the need to be inclusive of all women, slowly changes are being made to make the fashion industry a more inclusive place.
The latest fashion house to follow suit is Dolce & Gabanna. With its latest collection, the Italian fashion designer has extended its size range.
A statement read: “Dolce&Gabbana has been in love with feminine sensuality in all its forms from the beginning.
“Beauty is not a matter of clothing size, it is a state of mind, an attitude – that certain something that makes each woman enchanting and unique. By extending the Collection’s clothing size range, Dolce&Gabbana pays tribute to women, the female form and beauty at its finest.”
But their not the first brand to make the move; the likes of Tory Burch, Christian Siriano and local designer Dima Ayad already create a curvier selection. Meanwhile, 11 Honoré, the luxury e-commerce platform that launched in November 2018, houses a range of plus size garments created by high-end fashion brands – and you may be surprised by the number of designers on the list.