As maybe some of you have heard, Zara has started a new campaign. A campaign about "loving your curves". I think that is wonderful, because so many girls (and boys) have problems and insecurity about their weight; and Zara, as one of the most advertised brands in the world does good sending this message.
But, wait a Sec: curves? Where? Do you see any curves in the body of these girls? I don't mean they don't have pretty bodies, but they don't have curves, do they?As of my sight of view, this isn't the right way to show the new generation to accept who and how each one is. This is telling the world that you have to accept it, if you have some curves, a bit of a belly, but this is simple way the standard thin, no-butt model.
What do you think about this? Do you think this is okay? Or do you think this isn't right?