Recently, the Associated Press interviewed Graham about her newly released book "A New Model," and mentioned how she lamented that there is a serious lack of great clothing options for curvy girls.
And her response has us thinking an Ashley Graham line may be low-key in the works.
"I don’t know who’s making those clothes," she told Associated Press. "I’m ready to come out with a line of clothes that’s affordable, that’s for all sizes. The beauty of being a curvier girl is that we’re all shaped so differently."
Graham obviously has some experience with curvy retail — the model has had capsule collections with Swimsuits for All, Addition Elle, and even stores like Dress Barn.
She also noted that the problem isn't just designers — it's buyers and department stores that are holding women back.
"...It’s sad because I really think there’s a lot of designers who do go up to a size 22, 24 but buyers are not buying them because they don’t think we’re gonna come in and buy it," she said." So, it’s a vicious cycle, and I don’t know where it starts and stops. ... All I know is I’m talking about it and there are some designers who have been very open. Prabal Gurung is one who put curvy girls on the runway. Christian Siriano and Michael Kors, too, so it’s happening."
Since Graham is a big advocate for dropping the "plus-size" label, we know her line would be hella inclusive.
So basically TL;DR: We are ready and just take our money, please.