Plus Size Models Secrets Revealed

With their voluptuous bottoms and bosoms, impossibly tiny waists and slender limbs, the Jessica Rabbit curves of plus-sized models bear little relation to the bodies of most fuller-figured women.

There’s no spare tyre on the tummy, no hint of saddle-bags on the thighs, no wobble of bingo wings. But the models’ perfection could be down to something more than good genes. For we can reveal that fashion designers and High Street labels often use judicious padding to turn a size 12 model into a size 16 or 18, with curves in all the right places — and no flab in the wrong ones. The model is naturally a size 12

Before and after: Model Katie Green shows how fashion labels and High Street brands use padding to create the ‘plus-sized’ figure