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AboutCurves.com Announces Model Search for 2010 Photo Shoot

AboutCurves.com, a Retailer of Plus Size Lingerie, Announces Model Search for 2010 Photo Shoot

AboutCurves.com, a online retailer of plus size lingerie, announces a model search for their 2010 photo shoot to be held near Baltimore, Maryland. The photo shoot will include new lingerie products as well as items from their exclusive Signature Collection.

Middle River, MD (PRWEB) May 3, 2010 — AboutCurves.com has always prided itself on using photos of “real women” with real plus size bodies on their website. If you’re a woman who would enjoy modeling beautiful plus size lingerie you’ll want mark your calendar for June 6, 2010, when they will continue the tradition by hosting a photo shoot near Baltimore, Maryland.

To prepare for the June photo shoot, the company is now accepting applications from plus size women who would like to model. The shoot will be directed by owners Robin Bryan-Culver and KC Culver and will feature a professional photographer, professional hair and makeup, and several assistants to help the models dress.

The shoot will focus on new plus size lingerie that they will be adding to their store, as well as some from their exclusive Signature Collection and updating photos of some older intimate apparel products. The online store now offers over 300 different products, including traditional babydolls, plus size corsets and bustiers, nightgowns, bodystockings, chemises, camisole sets, and teddies, as well as robe sets and plus size wedding lingerie. A new expanded line also includes costumes, body products, feather products, and shoes.

Owner Robin Bryan-Culver says, “We always look forward to these photo shoots, because we get to see how our new items look on different plus size women. And the women we use as models love trying on all the different lingerie. Many of them have never modeled before.” In the past, AboutCurves.com has used women from a wide range of professions, including a teacher, a banker, a graduate student, and a corporate COO. They also accept applications from aspiring plus size models.

Models must be at least 18 years old and at least a size 16; the company prefers women who fit into the 1X-2X range and are at least 5’7”. Models selected for the event will receive TFP plus additional compensation based on experience. No travel provided, so models should live in the Maryland area.

Women interested in applying should send in a head shot, a full body shot, and information including name, age, dress size, height, previous experience, and current location to models(at)aboutcurves(dot)com.

Photographs from previous photoshoots are available at the website, www.aboutcurves.com. You can also find more there about the kinds of lingerie and garments that will be modeled.

More on About Curves:
About Curves was started in 2001 by a mother-daughter team, Robin Bryan-Culver and K.C. Culver, who were frustrated by the lack of options available to women who do not fit the “model mold.” Their mission is to provide women with the ability to feel sexy and to encourage women of all shapes and sizes to celebrate their curves.

Every product offered by About Curves is personally approved by a team of discriminating shoppers, and modeled by plus size women in About Curves’ very own photo shoots. About Curves owners pride themselves on their insistence that women should not be made to squeeze their bodies into outfits that are uncomfortable, disrespectful, or poorly made, as is often the case across the apparel and lingerie industry.

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sonia

2011.02.07
2:13 am

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