Television presenter, Anne Diamond recently wrote an article for The Daily Mail online edition in which she praised the positive changes being made in the fashion industry with regards to choice for plus-size women.
“…I’ve noticed something incredible has happened in the past two or three years,” wrote Diamond. “Finally, fashion has fallen in love with fat”.
Anna’s Smoke print silk triangle dress (pictured) from her Spring-Summer 2013 White Label collection was at the top of Diamond’s list for reasons why the future of fashion is looking bright for curvier women.
Anna Scholz puts the body and clothing into a working relationship. Her garments are created based on a curvy size 18 and then graded down to a size 12 and up to a size 28, respectively, keeping curvy proportions in mind.
Sarah Bottomley, head of brand at SimplyBe (where Anna also designs a popular diffusion line), appreciates the skill that goes into creating fashionable and flattering plus-size clothes. “You have to know how to work with big boobs and bums and tums,” says Bottomley, “and that takes real technical know-how.”
Pieces from Anna’s Spring-Summer 2013 White Label collection will be available at annascholz.com from February 7.