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2 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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This is the reality of what you'd earn working as a plus-size model

Tess Holliday became the world's first US size 22/ UK size 18 to be signed to a mainstream modelling agency and to lead brand clothing campaigns. She is one of a number of plus-size models — including Crystal Renn and Jennie Runk — who have made headlines by defying the super-skinny look, since Emme first made plus-size modelling a "thing" ...

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2 HOURS AGO - Business Insider

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This is the reality of working as a plus-size model and what you'd earn

Plus-size modelling is tipped to transform the fashion industry after Tess Holliday became the world's first US size 22/ UK size 18 to be signed to a mainstream agency and to lead some clothing campaigns. But our industry insider told us that she is just a "spectacle" that will fall out of fashion as quickly as most seasonal trends. Holliday, 29, ...

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13 HOURS AGO - Zero Hedge

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"My Love Is Real" Kenyan Lawyer Offers Cows, Sheep, & Goats For Obama's Daughter

"I got interested in her in 2008," Kenyan Felix Kiprono tells The Nairobian newspaper, and now, in an official marriage request, the lawyer has offered US president Barack Obama 50 cows, 70 sheep, and 30 goats in exchange for his 16-year old daughter Malia's hand in marriage. As AFP reports, Kiprono dismissed the notion he might be a gold-digger, adding ...

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15 HOURS AGO - Globe and Mail

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20 HOURS AGO - TheStreet

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4 Fast-Food Giants That Are Trying to Clean Up Their Ingredient List

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Fast-food companies are on a mission recently to convince customers their food is healthier -- or at least, not so unhealthy.   Tuesday, Yum! Brands -owned Taco Bell joined the growing ranks of fast-food chains moving toward using fewer artificial ingredients. Taco Bell said it will remove artificial colors, artificial flavors, high-fructose corn syrup and palm oil from its food by the end of ...

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