A fashion photographer is aiming to change the way that society views curvaceous women by publishing a book that shows the variety in women’s figures.
New Yorker Victoria Janashvili is the woman behind book ‘Curves.’ She has previously had her work featured by the likes of GQ, Maxim, and Cosmopolitan.
‘My personal projects have always been aimed to portray a healthy and more relatable model,’ she explains on her Kickstarter page, set up to try and help fund the publication of the book.
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“All the images in that book are aimed to demonstrate beauty of very different types of women — short and tall, skinny and curvy, black and white — all sharing confidence and comfort in their body.”
To date, the project raised over $5,000 of it’s $37,500 goal.
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