Calling all my Big and Tall brothers, mark your calendars for February 10th! The place to be is right in the heart of Times Square. The fashion world is set to witness a groundbreaking event – the 2nd Annual Bigger Picture Fashion Mob, spearheaded by the visionary founder, Cameron Boyland.The Bigger Picture Is Getting Larger Than Ever Before, a two-day event that will leave you feeling confident and empowered.
Don’t miss out on the exciting Photoshoot on Friday, February 9th, honoring the one and only Andre Leon Talley. And on February 10th, join us for a captivating PANEL DISCUSSION and a FASHION MOB that you won’t want to miss. Address: 601 W 26th St, New York, NY 10001 (Starrett-Lehigh Building) Time: 12:30 PM – 1 PM.
The Bigger Picture is attempting to close the fashion gap.
“The Bigger Picture,” under Boyland’s guidance, transcends traditional boundaries by not only redefining men’s fashion but also reshaping perceptions about who gets to participate in it. This event is a celebration of diversity, inclusion, and style, and here are five compelling reasons why big and tall men should not miss this extraordinary occasion.
- Breaking Stereotypes:
The Bigger Picture Fashion Mob is not just a fashion show; it’s a powerful platform challenging long-standing stereotypes in the fashion industry. Historically, the industry has been criticized for its lack of diversity, often favoring a narrow definition of beauty and body types. Cameron Boyland, through “The Bigger Picture,” aims to shatter these stereotypes and broaden the definition of style. Big and tall men attending the event will find themselves at the forefront of this movement, contributing to the dismantling of restrictive norms and promoting a more inclusive fashion landscape.
- Celebrating Size Diversity:
In a world where fashion often seems tailored to a specific body size, the Bigger Picture Fashion Mob stands out as a beacon of size diversity. This event embraces and celebrates individuals of all shapes and sizes, allowing big and tall men to revel in their uniqueness. Attendees will witness a runway where every participant, irrespective of their size, is a symbol of empowerment. The Bigger Picture Fashion Mob goes beyond mere representation; it is a celebration of the inherent beauty in diversity, encouraging big and tall men to embrace their bodies with pride.
- Fashion for Every Body:
Cameron Boyland’s vision for “The Bigger Picture” is rooted in the belief that fashion should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their body size. The 2nd Annual Fashion Mob at Times Square is a living testament to this ideology. Big and tall men attending the event will be exposed to a curated collection that caters specifically to their needs and desires. This event is not just about observing fashion but actively participating in a movement that aims to make fashion an inclusive experience for every body.
- Networking Opportunities:
Beyond the captivating runway shows, the Bigger Picture Fashion Mob presents an invaluable opportunity for big and tall men to connect with like-minded individuals and influential figures within the fashion industry. Attendees will have the chance to network with designers, stylists, and other fashion enthusiasts who share a passion for breaking barriers in the industry. This networking experience can open doors to collaborations, partnerships, and even pave the way for big and tall men to become influencers and advocates for size inclusivity in fashion.
- Inspiration for Self-Expression:
Attending the Bigger Picture Fashion Mob is not just a spectator sport; it’s an invitation for big and tall men to explore their own sense of style and self-expression. Witnessing diverse models confidently strutting down the runway sends a powerful message – fashion is a form of self-expression that knows no size limits. The event serves as an inspiration for big and tall men to experiment with their style, take risks, and embrace the joy of expressing themselves through clothing. Cameron Boyland’s initiative encourages individuals to break free from societal expectations and express their personality through fashion, fostering a community where everyone is free to be themselves.
In conclusion, the 2nd Annual Bigger Picture Fashion Mob is more than just a fashion event; it’s a movement that challenges norms, promotes inclusivity, and celebrates the beauty of diversity. Big and tall men attending this groundbreaking event will not only witness a spectacular showcase of fashion but actively contribute to the ongoing revolution in the fashion industry. Cameron Boyland’s vision is an invitation for everyone, regardless of size, to stand tall and proud in the world of fashion, ultimately creating a bigger picture that is representative of all.
It’s time that the standard of beauty is challenged…… We as Bigger men deserve be seen and heard in fashion. Diversity , Equity and Inclusion isn’t just for the work place. The event is being sponsored by Johnny Bigg and Big Fig Mattress .