It is a difficult task to produce a well-structured and all-inclusive body-positive fashion show, but for Chromat's designer Becca McCharen-Tran, that has never been an issue. For the Ready-to-Wear Fall 2018 collection, the fashion house sets the spotlight on bold colors, revealing silhouettes, quirky sunglasses, expressive make-up and models that vastly vary in build and ethnicity — "a million different kinds of allure, [...] flaunting a life-affirming body confidence."
The Chromat body-positive fashion runway show is centered around the theme of Escapism. Models, wearing skimpy bikini tops with cord-accented flowy pants, sporty swim suit ensembles with thigh-high stockings and suggestive mesh detailing, dominated the show. Encouraged by the audience's applause, the Chromat body-positive fashion collection also features some unlikely non-clothing related accessories, such as soda cans and Cheetos that were held or placed in the pockets of the garments, challenging the notion of model starvation.
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