Susan Gregg Koger, ModCloth co-creator & Nicolette Mason fashion writer and designer

 

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Nicolette Mason, a 20-something fashion columnist and editor, finally has a fashion line with ModCloth! If you aren’t already familiar with Nicolette’s particular brand of awesome, you might have forgotten you've stumbled upon her column “Big Girl Skinny World”  in Marie Claire or on Cosmo’s YouTube channel. If not, well here is a way to start falling in love with her: Mason paired up with Mod Cloth to create a fashion line of a 11 items ranging from XS-4X (which is about a 28/30)! This edgy and girly line, think Rizzo from Grease, can fit every member of your friend group because Mason kept in mind size and color as to flatter all shapes and skin tones! What a cool lady and awesome idea!

Mason told Refinery29, “I’m sort of obsessed with all iterations of girl power, and dismantling the idea that we have to compete with each other to succeed. I’m inspired much more by supporting other women who are doing awesome things, and [I] wanted to bring that to life in a super fun way.” This refreshing attitude of whimsy and empowerment may be why Mason debuted her line with fellow bloggers in a new video and photo shoot. 

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Bloggers Dannielle Owens-Reid, Christina Topacio, Nicolette Mason & Gabi Gregg

Together with Nicolette’s background in design from Parson’s and Mod Cloth's co-creator, Susan Gregg Koger, and the input from their team, the collection brings a deeper awareness of fashion inclusion. We all know there are styles of clothes we wish we could wear, but for whatever reason some items don't come in our size or suit our bodies. Now, with help from these ladies, those worries may be a thing of the past. I'm very glad that these women have a mutual passion for fashion, pugs, and having bi-costal ties (Nicolette is from LA, where the ModCloth headquarters is located) and are bringing their collaborative efforts to the masses. You can read more about ModCloth and inclusivity in fashion here

Watch the video of these gorgeous fashion bloggers in the new gorgeous clothing line below!

Photos c/o Nicolette Mason's blog and ModCloth's blog

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