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Plus size Crystal Renn works her magic in sexy photoshoot

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She may be plus sized, but it appears no one in fashion is marginalising Crystal Renn.
The model, who currently features in a host of campaigns from Chanel to Evans, continues to succeed in challenging stereotypes – using her curves as an asset in an undustry where size zero is often the norm.
Looking every inch the smouldering siren in a photoshoot for Look magazine, it is refreshing to see a supermodel in High Street clothing.
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Sporting suspenders and sexy underwear, Crystal, 24, oozes enviable confidence for a model who has battled anorexia.
‘When I was told I need to lose 10in off my hips, I decided to go on a diet and soon lost 35lbs’, she told Look, ‘but then my weight plateaued, so I began exercising for up to eight hours a day, eating only vegetables and drinking large quantities of Diet Coke.’
It wasn’t until Crystal’s weight plummeted – and her hair started falling out – that she began to change her lifestyle.
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Now a healthy size 14, the U.S-born brunette stays in shape with yoga and hiking – but eats healthily as often as she wants.
Since her career debut as a plus-size model, Crystal, who has since walked the runway for Jean Paul Gaultier and Chanel and graced the cover of Bazaar and Elle.
Crystal, confused by public fascination with her figure, said: ‘Other people care a lot more about my weight than I do. I just want to live my life.’
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She is however keen on dropping industry labels.
Despite finding recent success, Crystal has always rejected the plus-size tag.
And it seemes the divorced campaigner is definitely part of a new trend for curves – as even Hollywood appears to be catching on with curvier stars such as Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks and reality TV star Kim Kardashion refusing to submit to the pressure to be stick-thin.
Crystal said: ‘Let’s get rid of straight size and plus size. It’s bulls**t. Just say model. Full stop.’
Read more: dailymail.co.uk