Candice Huffine

  • Designer Prabal Gurung on plus-size fashion: 'We need to change the status quo'

    Designer Prabal Gurung sits down with Yahoo Lifestyle to talk Lane Bryant, plus-size fashion, and how Gloria Steinem wound up front row at his NYFW show.

  • Lane Bryant aired a Victoria's Secret takedown during the Emmys

    There's no such thing as a "perfect body."

  • Why Leslie Jones acted inappropriately at Christian Siriano: 'I think I handled it like a baseball game'

    Leslie Jones said she treated the Christian Siriano fashion show like a baseball game because she was so excited about the clothes and plus-size models.

  • Candice Huffine launches new lingerie collection with Fortnight

    Huffine has just unveiled her latest project: a size-inclusive capsule collection for lingerie and swimwear line Fortnight, called CH x Fortnight.

  • 5 Things Candice Huffine Can Do Better in Lingerie

    Candice Huffine shows off everything that she can do better whilst wearing lingerie.

  • Curvy Model Candice Huffine DIYs Her Own Beauty Products

    Curvy Model Candice Huffine shares where she saves and where she spends her money on beauty and style products.

  • Curvy Model Candice Huffine Is Thanking Her 15-Year-Old Self for the Best Reason

    She wants women to understand that they come in all shapes and sizes and colors, and there’s no set standard for what’s perfect.

  • The Problem With Candice Huffine’s Vogue Cover

    Plus-size model Candice Huffine just landed the cover of Vogue, and while her photo is gorgeous and ethereal, the moment is a missed opportunity for fuller-figured women. On Monday, Huffine posted a photo of her upcoming Vogue Mexico cover. In the image, the brunette beauty is completely naked, clutching a strategically placed bouquet of flowers.

  • Making the Case for a $90 Plus-Size T-Shirt

    Tria by Universal Standard is the new campaign by plus-size upstart Universal Standard, designed by the model trio Candice Huffine, Katy Syme, and Georgia Pratt. Yahoo Style sat down with Huffine and Syme as well as label co-founder Alexandra Waldman to take a look at the new clothes and discuss the market for plus-size clothing.

  • Candice Huffine Once Again Proves Curvy Women Can Love Running, Too

    Women’s Running continues to represent runners of varying sizes. For its November/December 2016 issue, the magazine tapped model Candice Huffine as its cover model.

  • Candice Huffine Signs With IMG Models

    The plus-size model joins the same agency that reps Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover star Ashley Graham.

  • 11 Body-Positive Mantras We Want to Write on Our Mirrors, From Our Plus-Size Heroes

    “Things that jiggle are OK!” — Ashley Graham Bodies may look toned and smooth in ads, but human bodies move, and that’s got to be OK, Graham said atForbes’ 30 Under 30 Summit this year. “There is no right or wrong size if you’re healthy and fit.” — Marquita Pring At the end of the day, developing healthy habits is more importance than being a specific weight, and one isn’t indicative of the other, as Pring told Fashionista in 2011. “I’m proud of my stretch marks.” — Denise Bidot In an interview with PopSugar in August, Bidot reminded us that embracing your body for what it is rather than fighting it can be the positive change in attitude we need to see ourselves differently. “Yeah, I’m fat — but I’m also all the good things that I am.” — Tess Holliday (Source: Mic/Facebook) As Holliday told Parade in 2014, our physical forms aren’t the only thing we’ve got going for us — and we shouldn’t lose sight of the countless other things that make us, us.

  • Gigi Hadid Directed the New Joe Jonas Music Video, Starring The Fat Jew & Candice Huffine

    Twenty years ago, supermodels starred in music videos. Joe Jonas just released a brand new video, the first from his new band, DNCE. In the video, the four-piece LA-based band, plays the dance-y jam on the beach while The Fat Jewish rubs frosting all over his bare body before taking on a bevy of models in an epic food fight full of more yellow cake and white frosting than most of these girls have collectively seen in a lifetime.  Jonas’s model girlfriend, Gigi Hadid, is credited as the first director (four dudes come after her on the ticker running across the bottom of the screen at the video’s start).

  • #PlusIsEqual: Lane Bryant Launches New Love Your Curves Campaign

    Lane Bryant launches new #PlusIsEqual campaign. (Photo: Lane Bryant) You might have noticed the mysterious black and white ad in your September issue of Vogue. The silhouettes of six curvy models spread across two pages, no splashy brand name anywhere to be found, just the words “#PlusIsEqual, It’s time for change.” Today, we found out that ad is part of Lane Bryant’s fall campaign, one that aims to celebrate women of all shapes and sizes.

  • Lane Bryant Shakes Things Up With Super Sexy #ImNoAngel Campaign

    It’s harmless enough when Hannah Davis provocatively poses on the cover of Sports Illustrated or the Victoria’s Secret Angels appear in ads, but when plus size retailer Lane Bryant followed suit in 2010, it was called “provocative” and “unfit” for wide audiences. Candice Huffine on what conversation she hopes the campaign starts: “I hope it gets people’s attention to see that sexy really does come in all shapes and sizes. Starring popular models Ashley Graham, Marquita Pring, Candice Huffine, Victoria Lee, Justine Legaultand, and Elly Mayday, the images and video were shot by famed fashion photographer Cass Bird.