Anticode is an Online Community in France Devoted to Plus Size Models

 - Jul 12, 2012
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While full-figured fashions have been trending in North America, Australia, and the U.K., France is just starting to catch on. With 40 percent of the female population a size 14 and only five percent a size 6, the world's fashion capital is having a bit of a revolution in a culture where full figured women have always been looked down upon. Anticode started in France as a community of bloggers, Facebook and Twitter followers along with a YouTube channel, as an outlet for the 12 plus sized French women to find clothes in their size which was difficult as many designers in the country stop sizes at 12.

In March 2012, this online community with over 85,000 followers, started an e-shop where they gathered all of the designers offering size 12 and more. This garnered the attention of brand 2026, which did a capsule collection to celebrate the launch for ss12. In addition to French women, no longer having to reply on trips abroad to get their fashion fix, a dedicated area to vintage has been added to the site.