The September issue of 'Redbook' features six gorgeous everyday women on the cover. While most magazine spreads feature famous models and celebrities, Redbook opted to use more realistic and relatable women instead. The magazine cover is not only a milestone for the fashion industry, but it also demonstrates a consumer demand to see more non-celebrity faces in the pages of popular magazines.
The September issues features six women of varying ages, sizes and backgrounds. These women were chosen as the winners of the second annual 'Real Women Style Awards.' Not only does the cover help to promote body positivity, but it also helps the average woman visualize how they might look in some of the different garments found in the magazine. By using everyday women, Redbook takes the element of unattainable fantasy out of high-fashion magazines.
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