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Plus-size Fashion Show Scores Big in Japan

Plus-size Fashion Show, planners hope to alter the attitudes headed for plus-size people in Japan nation, somewhere obesity levels are amid the lowest in the advanced world.

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Japanese pop girl cluster Pottya, who define themselves as chubby, accomplished their triumphs while eleven plus size unprofessional models swaggered along the ramp walk at a new men’s fashion appearance in Tokyo intended at breaking down obesity restrictions.

The Tokyo Pochari (plump) Group, in association structured by a plus-size clothing trademark Sakazen Shoji Co and fashion journal, Mr Babe, included models weighing up more than 100 kg (220 pounds) moving, coiling and posing on the catwalk in the Plus-size Fashion Show.

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Thursday’s happening fascinated more than 100 persons, who were asked to disclose their weight for a markdown on an innovative range of ready-to-wear plus size dress items, but organizers of Plus-size Fashion Show said the event was not merely about sales.

They wanted to change the attitudes headed for plus-sized people in Japan, where obesity heights are amid the lowest in the industrialized world and more people – sumo wrestlers sideways – are frequently portrayed as figures of amusement on television.

“I just wanted to spread a concept that big and tall men, who have distress finding clothes to garb, can really choose from a broader varieties of clothes and enjoy being stylish,” said Li Tianwei, Sakazen Shoji sales director. This year’s fashion event was so fruitful that organisers courage to run a greater show in the year 2017 with both female and male models, they expressed Reuters.

“As a fatso or big lady, I want more of these sorts of events. Even this one is quite small-scaled, I want it better,” said 37-year-old Momoko Kashiwazaki.

 

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