"My instinct is to make Le Cloud more honest & accessible" - Amy Schumer
With the recent movement in the fashion industry, people have been shifting their focus to companies that embrace inclusivity and diversity with their products, including many celebrities. Amy Schumer just launched her clothing line, Le Cloud, with stylist, Leesa Evans, which includes easy and comfortable basics that go up to a size 20.
An excerpt of the article states, "Prior to meeting Evans, Schumer says she generally used fashion as a defense mechanism. “If the clothes don’t look good on you, you’re made to feel like it’s your fault, like your body is wrong,” she says of Hollywood fittings — and shopping in general. “I realized I dress badly a lot of the time because I don’t want to be judged as a woman, so I sort of take myself out of the game.”"
While some companies try to include larger sizes in their clothing, there are still issues with how the clothing fits or with the style. Schumer and Evans hope for all women to "feel “so good, comfortable, and confident that you forget what you’re wearing.”
This is just the beginning for the line. It will be great to see how they will continue to branch out with styles and materials that flatter every body type in the future.
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