Tess Holliday Covers Nylon Magazines July Issue

Like it or not, Tess Holliday has truly broken barriers and opened doors for models above a size 16. People think that plus size women should not be celebrated. Especially when it comes to being on the cover of a magazine. Tess has pushed the envelope and shown that Plus size women are magazine cover worthy. This month she graces Nylon magazines beauty issue.

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🌊TESS ON THE BEACH 🌊 Bask in the brilliant glory of @tessholliday on the cover of our July Beauty issue. Tess opened up to NYLON’s Editor-in-Chief @gabriellekorn about everything from her abortion to her evolving understanding of her sexuality (she thinks pansexual describes her better than bi). Tess also talks with Gabrielle about what it’s like to experience both sides of cancel culture, the damage done by current beauty standards, and, of course, how good her butt looks in her bathing suit—very! Get to know this fierce, complicated, fucking funny, gorgeous superstar at the link in our bio—and get excited about all the beach beauty inspo in the photos within. #effyourbeautystandards #tessholliday Editor-In-Chief: @gabriellekorn Photographer: @lindseybyrnes Executive Editor: @kmiversen Fashion + Beauty Editor: @jennaroseigneri Art Direction: @daniokon, @lutkie Social Media Director: @casualpasta Producer: @luvnidleness Videographer: @daniokon @grettasw Line Producer: @charlottecprager Stylist: @meaghanpoconnor Style Assistant: @gessflyy Hair Stylist: @hisvintagetouch Makeup Artist: @shablamgela Location: @visitpuertovallarta

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I’ve been in the blogging fashion industry for almost a decade and I have seen Tess’s career sky rocket. She gets a lot of negativity for her size but she has represented for plus size women through all the mean comments. In her interview with Nylon’s Editor in Chief Gabrielle Korn, she opens up about her sexuality, being marginalized, and cancel culture. You guys may remember a couple of years ago, Tess was on the cancelled list due to some shady dealings with t-shirts.

Since then, Tess had forged on and continues to grab magazine covers and model for some of the top plus size fashion brands. Tess has not only proven that she is a bonafide model, she is also a body positive activist. You can read more of Tess’s Nylon magazine interview HERE.

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In our July Beauty cover story, @tessholliday asks NYLON EIC @gabriellekorn: “Why is it controversial that I chose to talk about my abortion?” Which, great question! Why *is* it a problem to talk about women’s healthcare in 2019? Oh, because the patriarchy seeks to shame anyone who falls outside its idea of what a woman should be? Pretty much! Which is why Tess wants to normalize all the things that marginalized people are taught to be quiet around. Read more of what she has to say in our cover story with her, at the link in bio. Editor-In-Chief: @gabriellekorn Photographer: @lindseybyrnes Executive Editor: @kmiversen Fashion + Beauty Editor: @jennaroseigneri Art Direction: @daniokon, @lutkie Social Media Director: @casualpasta Producer: @luvnidleness Videographer: @daniokon @grettasw Line Producer: @charlottecprager Stylist: @meaghanpoconnor Style Assistant: @gessflyy Hair Stylist: @hisvintagetouch Makeup Artist: @shablamgela Location: @visitpuertovallarta

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For her cover feature Tess is wearing a City Chic and Torrid swimsuit.

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