Christian Siriano Lane Bryant
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It's easy to see why Christian Siriano is the go-to designer for curvy celebrities. 

The Project Runway alum constantly challenges the barriers and stereotypes set by the size-exclusive fashion industry that hesitates to dress "bigger girls." This past fall, he featured five plus-size models in his New York Fashion Week runway show — and dressed model Ashley Graham, who sat front row. 

But not only is Siriano always down to dream up stunning gowns for plus-size celebs, his recent collaboration with Lane Bryant finally gave everyday women the bold and trendy pieces they deserve. 

Needless to say, Siriano is one of America's most inclusive designers. Here are nine curvy Siriano-wearing ladies that prove it:


Iskra Lawrence recently wore this shiny Christian Siriano number at this year's Glamour Women of the Year Awards.

Iskra Lawrence gown
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Queen Latifah dazzled in this white, floor-length gown with an intricate crystal collar.

Queen Latifah
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Gabourey Sidibe slayed a dark, sequined Siriano dress at the Golden Globes.

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Danielle Brooks — Siriano's muse and the face of his Lane Bryant campaign — couldn't stop twirling around in this colorful masterpiece at the Emmy awards.

Danielle Brooks blue and yellow gown
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"I love having you as a muse and thank you for wearing Siriano so well," Siriano posted on Instagram on the Orange Is The New Black star's birthday.


Plus-size blogger Nicolette Mason specifically sought out Siriano to design her custom wedding gown.

Nicolette Mason
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Ashley Graham posed at this year's Christian Siriano Spring/Summer show — wearing Siriano, of course.

Ashley Graham sparkly black dress
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"I met these models through my Lane Bryant collaboration — Ashley Graham, Precious Lee, all the girls," Siriano told Glamour. "They're very influential, and it was such an easy transition to work with them.”


After Leslie Jones tweeted that no designers wanted to dress her for the "Ghostbusters" premiere, Siriano came to the rescue with this custom-made red gown.

Leslie Jones Ghostbusters premiere
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"Now that's how you do it!" Siriano gushed over Jones in an Instagram post. "Simple, elegant, powerful and chic!"


Lauren Adams worked this peach-colored gown at the Emmys.

Lauren Adams
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A loyal Siriano-wearer, Christina Hendricks dropped jaws in this elaborate gown that hit her in ALL the right places.

Christina Hendricks SAG gown
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DAMN. Now that's how you wear a Christian Siriano gown.