Actress Adrienne C. Moore is most widely known to Orange Is the New Black fans as "Black Cindy," one of the most carefree, and definitely most Jewish, incarcerated women at Litchfield prison.
In a new campaign celebrating Torrid's size-inclusive collection of denim, Moore poses alongside professional models Philomena Kwao and Georgina Burke, who both identify themselves as plus-size models, as well as fashion bloggers Simone Mariposa, Allison Teng and Loey Lane. According to the retailer, the campaign displays the collection on 11 people with different body types and sizes.
"It was like we were all old friends, united in the belief that every woman, regardless of size, age, race or sexuality should have access to affordable clothing that makes them feel beautiful and allows them to express themselves," Kwao said.
Torrid is one of the few plus size retailers out there that's making a concerted effort to change what "plus-size clothing" really means. Recently, it teamed up with actress Rebel Wilson in order to offer actually edgy clothes for women up to a size 28. In bringing in women of various professions, and various sizes, to tell their story, Torrid joins retailers like Selfridges and JC Penney, who have launched campaigns in celebration of real body positivity.
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• Rebel Wilson Thinks Plus-Size Clothing Is Awful — and She's Doing Something About It