Lane Bryant launches new #PlusIsEqual campaign. (Photo: Lane Bryant) You might have noticed the mysterious black and white ad in your September issue of Vogue. The silhouettes of six curvy models spread across two pages, no splashy brand name anywhere to be found, just the words “#PlusIsEqual, It’s time for change.” Today, we found out that ad is part of Lane Bryant’s fall campaign, one that aims to celebrate women of all shapes and sizes.
Photo: @NevilleJacobs/Instagram It was a spot on Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2014 runway that turned Kendall Jenner from one of Kim Kardashian’s younger step-sisters into arguably the most famous model of the moment. Unrecognizable in her short rose wig, courtesy of Guido, and Francois Nars’ washed out makeup, when there were rumblings of her presence backstage just two years ago, I remember saying, “Who?” Such is the power of Jacobs, whose show, now on the last night of New York Fashion Week, is the most theatrical and most anticipated of the week, that Jenner scored a Vogue.com editorial that very same night, foreshadowing the steady stream of work bestowed upon her by Anna Wintour. Neville Jacobs, Marc’s bull terrier, boasts 160,000 followers, and posed for the above picture with Xenia Deli on Monday afternoon.