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Fashion's ultimate 'plus-size' muse

Fashion is having a 'plus-size' moment - and it's about time, seeing as the average American woman is size 14 (UK size 18). But what's causing this change? Most of the curvier forays into fashion have been courtesy of Candice Huffine, the ultimate muse in a 'skinny' world.

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