Despite being a $21 billion sector, plus-size women’s clothing remains a market often overlooked by the fashion industry. While statistics show that plus-size is actually the new average, fuller-figured bodies are still largely portrayed as “other” and outside of the norm in fashion.
This past Spring 2018 fashion week, was one of the most inspirational ever. We saw two major curve brands with major shows (Torrid and Addition Elle), theCURVYCon made a splash, and some of the most vocal body positive activists came out to support women and all the beautiful shapes and sizes that we come in.
Roxy Earle has officially brought her #mysizerox movement to life with the launch of her inclusive fashion line with Canadian retailer Le Château. arle has channelled her bold and body-positive energy into growing a supportive online community with the hashtag #mysizerox (a healthy body image is so important to her) and building her brand, Luxurious Roxy
Earle’s goal is to turn her social media handle, Luxurious Roxy, into a size-friendly clothing brand. Her e-store is filled with items that Earle herself buys online , like a Shahida Parides fuchsia floral caftan ($566), as a response to the deluge of social media requests she receives asking where she buys her bold clothes.
When Mitsou interviewed Real Housewife of Toronto Roxy Earle this summer, Roxy had just launched her first Roxy Earle x Le Chateau collection. The line included sizes from 0 to 22W. With the success of the collection, Roxy designed a Fall collection, and she just launched her very sparkly holiday collection!
Roxy Earle: Where is She Now?
It’s been a while since we’ve followed along with Real Housewives of Toronto star Roxy Earle and her affirmative life messages on-screen, but that doesn’t mean the personality isn’t still crushing it IRL. From spreading body-positive messages and collaborating with celebs, to getting in touch with her inner self, here’s what Roxy’s been up to since her time on the series.
My dream is to make fashion a more inclusive space by partnering with brands to educate and design size inclusive collections. Ending the prejudice placed on curvy women by the fashion industry.After appearing on The Real Housewives I amassed a loyal group of followers who were united by my body positive message. Fashion was an obvious next step to serve the gap in the market.
Check out the beautiful clothing line she designed and created at Le Chateau, the “Roxy Earle x Le Chateau Collection”.Click here to see it. Check her out on instagram at “Luxurious Roxy” and head over to her movement: #MySizeRox. We are THRILLED (to put it mildly) she embraced our Cause and is such an important voice for the body positivity movement.
It’s impossible not to love Roxy Earle. The boisterous, bubbly brunette is still best known for her star turn on the Real Housewives of Toronto Possibly her best quote: “High maintenance is just another word for high quality” – yet in the two years since the show, has transitioned from the portrait of a pampered princess into a bona fide body positivity activist.
From designing fashion for all shapes and sizes to traveling the world spreading her positive message, Roxy is killing the game all while proving she is the quintessential girl boss. She is the confident queen whose glamorous and girly fashion has taken over social media, and we are totally for it! If you still can’t get enough Roxy, she also has her own fashion and lifestyle blog
Roxy Earle is back with another fashion-forward capsule collection, in partnership with Le Château. The collection is one of three “inclusive collections” to launch this year at the Canadian retailer. Included in the collection, fashionistas will find chic sheath dresses, wrap cocktail dresses, shawl collar blazers, sparkly sweaters, sequin jumpsuits.
The TV star took advantage of the Beach view and had a mind blowing photshoot. As a body confidence activist and curvy model, Roxy flaunted her figure, showing the world that every body is a beach body.All photos credit: Víctor García, Illumina Photography. TV viewers across Canada were first introduced to Roxy Earle’s bold, fabulous, and life-of-the-party personality in the first season of “Real Housewives of Toronto” on Slice TV.
If you travel a lot, you know how important it is to invest in a good suit case. It might cost more, but its worth it. Roxy’s suitcase of choice is the from BRIC’s MySAFARI Collection in Classic Black. “I can stuff more in a soft shell,” Roxy said, who has the entire collection of 3 ultra lightweight spinner trolleys, 2 rolling duffle bags
Real Housewives of Toronto star Roxy Earle sits with us to talk about how to create confidence, learning to love YOUR size, Keep confidence For what you are wearing and her new collaboration with Le Château. Go and check out the video on the given link.
The Real Housewives of Toronto is a Canadian reality television series on the Slice cable network. The show is the second Canadian installment of The Real Housewives after The Real Housewives of Vancouver and is distributed by Corus Entertainment.The Real Housewives of Toronto (abbreviated RHOT) is a Canadian reality television series on the Slice cable network. The show is the second Canadian installment of The Real Housewives after The Real Housewives of Vancouver
This week, I had the opportunity to visit NORTH42, and experience this amazing place for myself with my friend Roxy Earle…Who just happens to be one of the stars on The Real Housewives of Toronto. #NoBigDealRight?