Change is starting to happen, but these changes are offensive.
On the most recent season of "Project Runway," Ashley Nell Tipton won with the show’s first plus-size collection, but Gunn noted that the collection "reeked of tokenism," with pieces that insult, rather than empower, the women who wear them.
"I've never seen such hideous clothes in my life," Gunn wrote. Patronizing plus-size women with clothes that NO woman would want to wear is not inclusivity; it's condescension. If we want to see the industry change for the better, designers have to start taking that change seriously.