US model Myla Dalbesio is the face of the Ode to Curves campaign, and that’s no accident. Because while Myla might not have what the fashion industry thinks are the ideal measurements, she feels good about her body and she radiates a sense of well-being. Myla is a model who inspires women around the world. In doing so, she proves that ‘beauty’ has nothing to do with your band or cup size – and everything to do with feeling good about yourself and having the courage to be yourself.
Attractive lingerie gives your confidence a boost and makes you even more beautiful. Which is exactly what PrimaDonna has believed for the past 150 years. So a beautiful, sexy or hip lingerie set that fits big breasts like a dream is the best way bar none to honour your feminine curves.Face of the Ode to Curves campaign
In our video Myla tells us that she will always have broader hips and bigger breasts than ‘regular’ models. That used to have an impact on her confidence, but today she is the face of PrimaDonna’s Ode to Curves campaign. Together with Myla we send a clear message: that we make lingerie for curvy women. To help them look even more beautiful, to ensure that they feel every inch a woman, to give them the confidence they deserve. Because everyone who takes a large cup deserves sexy, trendy lingerie that guarantees the very best fit and support.
So follow Myla in putting your doubts to one side and be proud of your feminine curves.
The latest installment of Chelsea Art Walk was arguably hijacked by a rebellious performance piece by the budding artist Myla Dalbesio. Barely clothed in a hot pink bikini and stripper heels, and covered in slimy brown body paint, Dalbesio writhed on a dollar-bill-coated floor of the tiny back room at Ramis Barquet gallery, covering herself, the room and innocent bystanders with sticky, cheap Champagne.
The rap song “Young Money” blared on endless repeat, and a helper invited viewers to sit for a “dance.”In reality, this consisted of Dalbesio pressing herself, and her sizable breasts, against you, coating your lap in bubbly and floor goo, while she made intense, Abramovich-esque eye contact for as long as she pleased, and then holy crossed your forehead with the booze.
The performance was a knockout as far as I’m concerned, leaving typically pristine Chelsea art viewers thoroughly immersed in Dalbesio’s intention, skeezey as it was, coated in her filthy residue, and questioning their own perverse desires.
(For a real shock, a Web search finds Dalbesio at 16 years old, as Miss Teen Wisconsin in 2004. She is now a professional fashion model with Ford.)
Myladalbesio.com is tracked by us since December, 2014. Over the time it has been ranked as high as 1 085 399 in the world, while most of its traffic comes from USA, where it reached as high as 821 330 position. All this time it was owned by Myla DalBesio . it was hosted by GoDaddy.com LLC and Squarespace Inc..
Myladalbesio has a decent Google pagerank and bad results in terms of Yandex topical citation index. We found that Myladalbesio.com is poorly ‘socialized’ in respect to any social network. According to Google safe browsing analytics, Myladalbesio.com is quite a safe domain with no visitor reviews.Worldwide Audience
Myladalbesio.com gets 32.3% of its traffic from USA where it is ranked #821330.Traffic Analysis
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Myladalbesio.com has no subdomains with considerable traffic.SEO Stats
Myladalbesio.com has Google PR 3 and its top keyword is "Myla Dalbesio" with 95.17% of search traffic.
November 10, 2014
At 27-years old, model Myla Dalbesio poses for Calvin Klein’s new underwear campaign. The dark-haired beauty joins the likes of Lara Stone and Jourdan Dunn for the black and white advertisements photographed by Lachlan Bailey. The only thing that makes Myla different is that she is considered plus size. At a size 10 US, many people on social media are angry over the thought of … [Read more. ]
September 29, 2014
New CK Underwear--For the fall-winter 2014 season, Calvin Klein Underwear has revealed a new ad campaign with models Lara Stone (who also appears in fall's jeans campaign), JiHye Park, Amanda Wellsh, Jourdan Dunn and Myla Dalbesio as the faces. Shot in black and white, the images focus on the brand’s bra line with the girls wearing different styles. Lachlan Bailey photographed … [Read more. ]
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by Eliza Dillard | January 28, 2016 at 10:14 am
It’s been over a year since curvy model Myla Dalbesio wore some stuff for Calvin Klein and people went dumb over the fact that her body type is considered “plus-size” to the fashion industry.
Well, that topic is STILL making waves on Twitter in 2016, as we previously reported. Modern Family star and expert body shame repeller Ariel Winter caught wind of a trending image of Dalbesio for Calvin Klein and weighed in on the matter, hoping the fact that she’s a “plus-size” model was just some big internet joke we could laugh about later.
Please tell me this is a joke and this is not what is actually considered plus size… pic.twitter.com/UPN6aMhIYC
We’re glad to see Winter offering up her thoughts on matters that we give a few screws about, and we get that the fashion industry’s labeling system is bogus like Kanye when he gets into a Twitter war over nothing.
But we still wish we could stop the debate over whether Dalbesio is curvy enough to be a “plus-size” model because her hot bod isn’t the real issue here. The unnecessary “plus size” label itself is what should be making people spit out their morning coffee in anger. For more on that matter, check out what our own Iskra Lawrence has to say here .
Anywho. We love that Myla’s Calvin Klein pics have made their way back into our lives, but we wish it was for a different reason. Oh well. Back to whatever cool thing you were probably doing.
The world of high fashion modeling has been refreshingly raw and real lately in a common place of eating disorders and drug abuse. From Rosie Assoulin transforming her models for New York Fashion Week into aged, beauteous goddesses, to Chanel’s 2014 runway show protesting for women’s rights, it has been a very successful year for fashion diversity. It seems as though the industry isn’t done just yet, though, and any smart fashionista knows that fashion thrives on creative innovation and loves anything new, happening, and trendy. Although the fashion world has been known in the past on strictly using models that wear a size 0 and have that slender, thin frame we’re used to seeing in magazines- things are ultimately looking bright for those models considered plus size. Designers are finally ready to start using models who are bigger than the typical model frame and not make an ordeal about it.
Myla Dalbesio was given the opportunity any model would be lucky to receive- a campaign for Calvin Klein’s “Perfectly Fit” underwear. She was placed alongside equally as stunning Lara Stone, Jourdan Dunn, and Ji Hye Park, who all have a very slim frame. Myla Dalbesio differentiates from the latter models in that she is not a size zero, but in fact, a size ten. And although this hasn’t been the first time a high fashion brand has used plus size models to sell their products, it is one of the first times a brand as elite and exclusive as Calvin Klein has used a model this “big” and hasn’t made it a marketing statement. The campaign, which was shot by Lachlan Bailey, offered no separate section or distinction between Dalbesio and the other size zero models. In the fashion world, this is revolutionary.
Myla Dalbesio has spoke up about the campaign, expressing, “I feel like for a minute, it was starting to feel like this ‘plus size’ thing really was a trend, and that it was over. There was that beautiful Italian Vogue story, and the girls that were in that ended up doing really well (in their modeling careers). But when that happened, we felt really exited; we though it was going to open so many doors for all of us, you know? And it felt like it hadn’t. It was dying out.” Her words open us up the honest, unfortunate truth that the fashion industry has been pushing to the side- plus size models are often a trend that eventually fades and is overlooked.
So, what does this mean for brands such as Calvin Klein? Are plus size models finally being treated as equals to those that have a slim frame that only 1% of the population can attain? This is certainly a step in the right direction, and hopefully plus size models will be hired and placed alongside size zero models. In a time where the voice of the public is being heard now more than ever through social media and the quickened speed of the fashion industry, it seems that it would be a smart decision to embrace diversity and open the doors of fashion to the many shapes, sizes, colors, and features that beauty comes in.
Kristin is a junior at The University of Rhode Island with high ambitions to create her dreams into a reality. In addition to being addicted to high fashion and street style, she has a passion for health and holistic wellbeing. She remains positive and present through yoga, a healthy diet, and naturalism. She is inspired by music culture, especially hip-hop, and has a personal style of simple, feminine bohemian with an added touch of edginess.
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