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Barbie Ferreira is a 19 year old model who is proud of her curves. She has recently been announced as American Eagle’s new model for lingerie line Aerie
Barbie has defended her body countless times on social media. The 19-year old has caused a sensation thanks to her stunning size 16 curves.
Filming for Aerie, the model was proud to to flaunt her hour-glass shape, insisting: “Not being retouched… is very important to me.
Barbie believes society’s body perceptions are warped. She’s already racked up nearly a quarter of a million followers on Instagram, keeping her loyal fan base happy with pouty selfies and steamy bikini shots. Defending her curvy figure on Twitter, Barbie reveals she’s a keen gym goer and strict vegan.
She says: ‘There’s nothing exercise and eating REAL food won’t do. no grapefruit diet or shake etc. all that does is make it harder to stick with.’
“People knowing that that’s what I look like, without anybody’s perception of what my body needs to look like.”
And whilst she’s received overwhelming praise for her gorgeous new campaign for Aerie, Barbie still took to Twitter to silence any trolls.
She tweeted: “Body perceptions are so warped that people think MY body is unhealthy and obese bc (sic) it’s on camera.”
She also said she preferred to called curvy because plus sized reminded her of oversized and “curvy is cuter”.
Speaking about their choice for curvy models in the campaigns, Jenny Altman, a brand representative for Aerie said: “They are still models, they’re still gorgeous, they just look a little more like the rest of us. We’re hoping to break the mould, we hope by embracing this that real girls everywhere will start to embrace their own beauty.”