More Curves Seen on The NYFW Runway: Chromat’s Spring 2016 Ready-to-Wear Collection

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Standing out in the crowd is sure to get you noticed and when looking at the line of models strutting their stuff on the NYFW runway for Chromat, there were two models who definitely stood out… plus models Denise Bidot and Sabina Karlsson.

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Denise Bidot (Image: Getty)
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Model Sabina Karlsson (Image: Getty)

Chromat featured the two models in their show on Friday (9/11) and it was a welcome sight and add to the mix of eclectic models seen. Chromat is known as an unique brand that describes its clothing as “structural experiments for the human body.”

The brand is no stranger to using plus models to walk in their NYFW shows. They’ve used Bidot and Karlsson before, in their Spring 2015 show last year with Bidot opening the show.

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Bidot walking in the Spring 2015 Chromat Show (Image: Getty)

Karlsson is also one of the models featured in Lane Bryant’s recent #PlusisEqual campaign, set to launch with a big event in Times Square on Mon, 9/14.

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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 11: A model poses backstage during the Chromat featuring Intel Collaboration at Milk Studios on September 11, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Daniel C Sims/Getty Images for Chromat)
Karlsson posing backstage during the Chromat show (Photo by Daniel C Sims/Getty Images for Chromat)
Karlsson getting prepped backstage before the show (Image: Google)

With plus size models taking over the runways at NYFW including the Project Runway finale show, this is proof that change is happening in terms of more body diversity on the runway. Slowly but surely. Chromat is certainly pushing the door even more open in terms of showing that plus models belong on the NYFW runways too.