On the set of our latest campaign “Feel Like the Masterpiece You Are” we chatted with 7 influential models about what it means to be part of the campaign.
“I’m really excited about this!” beams Andrea Thomas, writer, and advocate for people like her with vitiligo, a long-term skin condition caused by a lack of pigment in the skin. She plays the part of a goddess pummeling a piece of meat while, “getting all glammed up like a goddess to reflect how we feel on the inside when we’re confident.”
To get ready for the shoot, Andrea told us “I tried on a few different kinds of shapewear; they were very comfortable and the fit was great.” Adding, it’s the kind of shapewear that will “work for anybody”. Her hopes for the campaign are that it helps women to “feel confident and sexy.”
30-year-old soccer player turned plus-size model, Ali Chanel certainly feels it’s working for her “I got into my shapewear and I feel like a goddess.” We agree! We’ve never seen a more divine image of a woman walking her baby with her dog.
“I feel supported, sexy and feminine” in shapewear from Shapermint, explains Paris-born plus-size model Jenny Reu who’s our everyday goddess. “It’s really exciting to be a part of an inclusive campaign with all different [types of] women, just like in our society!”
“What girl doesn’t want to feel like a goddess?” exclaims Denise Bidot, who’s traveled the world as a Curve Model. As a big shapewear fan, who’s never really spoken up about wearing it, she says getting to reveal she wears shapewear is “refreshing.”
To Denise, seen in our campaign doing some gardening, being part of this means “living her truth” and “being fabulous”, even as she confesses “I never used a lawnmower before!”
Model Kaelani Amani, who’s our shopping goddess, lights us up with “I love the goddess energy.” She goes on to explain how “Feel Like the Masterpiece You Are” has come at a perfect time of spiritual growth when she’s trying to connect more with herself to “feel my goddess within.” Now that’s some seriously uplifting vibes!
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