Lane Bryant, with their designer collaborations involving Christian Siriano and Melissa McCarthy, have dominated the plus size fashion game. And right now, you can grab a whole new wardrobe’s worth of clothing during Lane Bryant’s BOGO 50% off sale. This includes everything from the aforementioned designer collabs to…
Lane Bryant, with their designer collaborations involving Christian Siriano and Melissa McCarthy, have dominated the plus size fashion game. And right now, you can grab a whole new wardrobe’s worth of clothing during Lane Bryant’s BOGO 75% off sale. This includes everything from the aforementioned designer collabs to…
Add New York-based artist Shantell Martin to the increasingly long list of artists and designers who claim that they’ve had their work stolen by a major retailer.
Plus-size retailer Lane Bryant is still plugging away at its Labors of Hercules, i.e., their attempts to convince a customer base with increasing options that there’s new life in the old gal. This time, they’ve enlisted designer Prabal Gurung for their next higher-end collaboration.
Have you heard? Weight Watchers wants you to love yourself—to understand you’re more than mere numbers on a scale.
Glamour’s new plus size-focused stand-alone issue “Chic At Any Size”—part of a partnership with Lane Bryant—has received praise, but one star featured is, if not mad about the inclusion, questioning it.
Lane Bryant continues its long climb back into the hearts of plus-size shoppers with a Glamour collaboration.
Model and body activist Ashley Graham’s latest ad for Lane Bryant is not on the level of NBC and ABC’s advertising division—which is to say, the opinions of TV ad dudes are about as pertinent as the opinions of Dr. Oz’s number one expert occultist, a human named Cheryl Tiegs. Both networks have rejected a 30 second…
As part of its ongoing efforts to improve its public image, Lane Bryant did a little Twitter Q&A this afternoon. It went about as well as any Twitter Q&A ever goes!
Greetings from a bunker, where I have stockpiled dried apricots and seltzer and plan to wait out everything to do with this #ImNoAngel ad campaign. Good try, Lane Bryant, but no number of beautifully shot images of Ashley Graham will erase years of trying on asymmetric polyester garbage at your stores, hunting for…
The plus-size business is taking off—brands are launching, models are breaking out, and people are finally paying attention. This is part of a series of interviews with players in the industry; let us know if there's anybody you want to hear from!
Shopping as a fat woman is a wholly different experience than five years ago. Once relegated to the Macy's basement, the shitty end of the mall, God forbid the catalogs, now we've got access to neon and sophisticated florals and horizontal stripes and crop tops and two-piece bathing suits. Even the whack garbage is…
This really puts the debate over the term "plus-size" in perspective: Here is an ad for Lane Bryant, from the back of the September 1922 Ladies Home Journal. Hey, stout women! Lane Bryant has the hot fashions you want!
Not many designers deign to create garments in plus sizes, but for spring, award-winning designer Isabel Toledo has teamed up plus-size clothing retailer Lane Bryant for a really pretty capsule collection.
Here's TV personality plus Jay Manuel playfully swatting at a miniature cupcake. He's so goofy! The cupcake shenanigans went down at the party he threw with Carnie Wilson to celebrate Lane Bryant's NYC flagship store.
With models like Crystal "Vogue Paris" Renn becoming true crossover stars, and agents like Gary Dakin of Ford+ reporting so much demand that he turns work down, it seems like the fashion industry is finally starting to recognize the beauty of bodies that aren't runway-sample-sized. Here are five plus-size models we…
Something is lacking in the current push to include plus-size models in mainstream fashion publications (or "separate-but-equal" media outlets such as Vogue Italia's "Vogue Curvy").
Want proof that TV networks have arbitrary, often puritanical standards? Check out this leaked memo from ABC to Lane Bryant about its lingerie commercial. Oh, and please remove the word "hell" from "hell of a good time."