More oft than not these days, plus sized shoots seem to involve over sexualised aesthetics where the aim of the game is to bare it all. It seems that to magazines, curves are only sexy in the most obvious way and have trouble styling bigger girls when they actually have to wear clothes.
Perhaps magazines want to make maximum impact, and Candice Huffine does not dissapoint on that front. She really does prove that curves can be sexy for the cover shoot for the May issue of Spain’s S Moda.
The shoot was lensed by Damon Baker and features a glamorous hair and beauty look full of lush curls and full lips by Paul Merritt and Lucy Bridge.
This is “pin-up” in its truest form harkening back to the days when the ideal woman was not a size 0.
Thoughts on the shoot? Sexy just for the sake of it or celebrating the female form?