Christian Siriano is the every woman's designer. He doesn't hoard his designs for wealthy, thin, white women. Instead, the 31-year-old has made his fashion accessible: After all, a retail version of his bags and shoes are sold at Payless.

After dressing Leslie Jones, Danielle Brooks, Janet Mock, and a number of other "unconventional" celebrities, Siriano brought his body positive designs to New York Fashion Week.

Instead of a sea of size 2 models, Siriano employed at least eight models who are bigger than sample size.

The "Project Runway" winner also sent several models of color, including supermodel Alek Wek, down the runway.

Fashion has a notorious issue with inclusion.

For spring 2017, 69.7% of the 2,973 models cast were white, according to The Fashion Spot

He also used one particular outfit to promote a message of inclusion. Model Jasmine Poulton wore a "People Are People" t-shirt with a pink satin skirt.

It's a subtle touch that, according to The Hollywood Reporter, got rousing applause from the celebrities in the front row. 

Siriano's front row, which included "Orange is the New Black" actresses Samira Wiley and Danielle Brooks, as well as writer and activist Janet Mock, is representative of his message.

Hopefully, Siriano's intentional inclusion will inspire other fashion designers to follow in his progressive footsteps.