• Byron Lars's presentation, which featured Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 styles, was all about inclusive sizing. The designer showed his collection on models from size 0 to 22 to showcase all the sizes he offers. He spent months collaborating with patternmakers, factories, full-figured fit models, and fans to make sure all of his customers could enjoy his clothes' impeccable fit and construction.

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  • Chromat's Spring 2017 swimwear and activewear blurred the line between functional and high-fashion. For its show, designer Becca McCharen-Tran cast Olympic medalists and models with a range of body types.

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  • Christian Siriano made headlines this past summer when he came to the rescue of Leslie Jones. The "Ghostbusters" star lamented that she could not find a designer to dress her non-model figure, and he stepped in and styled her. The perfect follow-up, his Spring 2017 runway featured several plus-size models.

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  • Betty and Veronica hold a nostalgic place in many people's hearts. The Archie Comic heroines were given a tribute by designer Rachel Antonoff by way of a fashion show that featured fun styles and models of different sizes. The collection contained looks inspired by the characters as well as artwork of the characters themselves.

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  • J.Crew cast their NYFW presentation for Spring 2017 with their own employees. They showcased a wide sampling of the people who work for the company, even including brief bios of them in their show programs so that attendees could get to know them. Does this count as overtime?

    • 5 of 5
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