Will you buy this? New Korean magazine uses plus-sized models

1 July 2014 / 2 years 3 months ago

A new fashion magazine targeting "plus-sized readers" is opening eyes with its empowering message about body image.

The magazine's title, "66100," is a play on clothing size, reports Asian Town.  Sixty-six is a reference to women's "extra-large" clothes, while 100 refers to large clothes for men.

"Beauty is not about whether a person is fat or not. It's about having the confidence to know you are beautiful the way you are," said magazine founder Kim Ji-yang, 28.

Photos 1 to 6 show the new magazine, while the rest sow other sizzling photoshoots.

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