Why do you always exclude plus size women in your Best Dressed list? – Actress, Lisa Omorodion asks AMVCA

Nollywood actress and movie producer, Princess Lisa Omorodion questions AMVCA on why it always chooses slim and skinny women on list of their Best Dressed category.

Lisa shared this on her Instagram page where she emphasized on the need for the award body to consider selecting both plus size women alongside skinny ones.

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Statistically, the actress proved that global plus size fashion industry is worth a whopping $20 billion with an annual growth rate of about twice the total clothing market, representing $20 billion worth of purchase power.

Omorodion however advises Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards to include all women in the Best Dressed fashion category as that’s the only way fashion can truly be termed democratic.

Her post below;

“The Fashion Industry creates a fantasy world of what women are supposed to wear, and sadly a lot of women struggle to fit into this.This fantasy world always excludes curvy and plus size women, even though the fashion industry continues to laud itself as democratic in the era of Social media and gender equality.”

“This is even made more obvious when the best dressed lists always excludes plus size women”

“It is very disheartening that in Africa, where women are naturally curvaceous,we continue to discriminate against them. At the just concluded Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) award show, not one plus size woman made it to the best dressed list. Is style and best dressed list the preserve of only slim/ skinny women?”

“We have to do better. The global Plus size Fashion Industry is worth a whopping 20billion dollars, with an annual growth rate of about twice the total clothing market. Do the math! That represents $20billion worth of buying power. Inclusion of all women in the fashion industry is the way forward. Only then can we say Fashion is truly democratic. To all the plus size women, you are beautiful,stylish,fabulous and worthy of every Best Dressed List”

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