Here’s a chance once again for all plus size people to put their best foot forward and display their poise and confidence and walk on the Lakmé Fashion Week runway. aLL – The Plus Size Store is collaborating with ace designer, Wendell Rodricks to design a new Autumn Winter collection which will be showcased at the upcoming Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2017
When and Where....
The Plus Size Model Auditions will take place on Friday, 23rd June in Mumbai at The St. Regis, Lower Parel; 9:30 am– 11:00 am.
The auditions will be judged by an eminent panel including Curvy International Model and Body Positive Advocate - Liza Golden-Bhojwani, Fashion Designer - Wendell Rodricks; CEO, aLL– The Plus Size Store - Hetal Kotak, Fashion and Lifestyle Consultant - Neeraj Gaba, Head of Innovations, Lakmé - Purnima Lamba and Vice President and Head of Fashion, IMG Reliance, Jaspreet Chandok.
What will you win...
Winners of the audition will get an exclusive mentoring session with Liza Golden-Bhojwani.
Who is it for...
While previous modeling experience is welcome, it is not mandatory. All confident plus-sized women and men (waist 34”upwards for women & 40”upwards for men) are invited to come forward. Dress in black. Women are advised to carry their own stilettos/heels.
Talking about the same, ace designer, Wendell Rodricks commented, “As a designer known to embrace all body shapes, I am delighted to be with aLL this season at Lakmé Fashion Week. 'Fashion democracy' is my strong belief. Fashion should be for everyone; no matter age, colour, size or shape. At the aLL show I intend to break all the myths about colours and shapes for voluptuous figures”
Jaspreet Chandok, Vice President and Head of Fashion, IMG Reliance also added by saying, "The focus towards inclusivity as a conversation on the Lakmé Fashion Week stage continues with this exciting collaboration between Wendell Rodricks and aLL- The Plus Size Store. Creating collaborations between retail stores and designers also enhances the business of fashion by reaching out to a larger consumer base and we are very happy to have enabled it."