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Despite the store's best efforts, body positivity doesn't come from an ad campaign or marketing team." Indeed, the root of much of the outrage directed at Lane Bryant seems to be their attempt to position themselves as not just a plus-size fashion brand, but ground-zero for a whole body-positive movement with their #Plus Is Equal campaign and pitting themselves against Victoria's Secret with their #Im No Angel campaign.
"There's nothing wrong with selling clothes to plus size women, or to do so with a body positive spin, but Lane Bryant should not confuse itself with a grassroots movement," wrote Salon's Rachel Kramer Bussel.
Yesterday, Refinery29 hosted a Twitter chat with plus-size fashion brand Lane Bryant.
From the beginning, the chat seemed designed to court controversy.
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