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La’shaunae Steward is a 21 year old plus size model who is not afraid of lending her voice to the plus size community, constantly fighting for curvy girls to have a spot in the high end modeling and fashion stream. She is quite popular on Instagram as she posts her daily outfit, no doubt inspiring loads of other plus size ladies. The body positive activist recently got an exclusive deal with independent shoe brand, Jeffery Campbell to launch a capsule collections of 5 size-inclusive shoes that would be made to fit every curve. The brand announced announced their partnership with La’shaunae and a massive number of people certainly cant wait for its release.
Jeffery Campbell is known for their unconventional foot wear designs as well as their diversity and inclusion. They create footwear’s that reflects beauty in all body types at an affordable price. On partnering with La’shaunae they say “We are so incredibly happy to announce that in a few weeks, we will be launching our campaign and capsule collection with one of our favorite people,@luhshawnay When we say our shoes are made for everybody we truly mean everyBODY.
In an interview with Refinary29 La’shaunae tells how she has always loved fashionable items but never really was able to afford them and even times she could afford, they were not made in her size. Here’s an excerpt from the interview
“I grew up never being able to afford the things I like and for [a brand I’ve] loved since I was a young teenager”
“I usually just shop mainly at thrift stores to find extraordinary plus size pieces because you rarely see cute things in my size. It’s like companies are fatphobic in a way when it comes to plus size clothing because most of the stuff they create is old lady themed in nature and covers everything. I don’t want to die in a 90-degree summer with only thick and oversized stuff and that’s all these companies make for us.”