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Curvissa nominated in Plus Size Awards 2011

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Nov '11
Curvissa, the new fashion brand for the fuller figure, has been nominated for the Plus Size Fashion Retailer award in the inaugural Plus Size Awards 2011.

Launched by 100percentpeople, the number one plus size resource in the UK, the awards aim to reward fashion retailers for their contributions to the plus size community. The 18 categories were announced in October 2011 and include Plus Size Ladies Fashion Retailer, Plus Size Lingerie Retailer and Plus Size Woman of the Year.

After launching in March, new brand on the block, Curvissa, has been nominated in the Plus Size Ladies Fashion Retailer category for 'supplying a great range of plus size clothing.' The brand formed earlier this year with the ethos that fashion for the fuller figure shouldn't be about compromise and, with over 3,000 gorgeous fashion items in sizes 14-32 to choose from, there is something for everyone at Curvissa.

In addition to fashion, lingerie, footwear and bridal categories, the Plus Size Awards want your opinion on who should win Plus Size Female Role Model and Josie Gibson, the face of Curvissa, has been nominated.

Votes are open until Fridays 16th December 2011 and winners will be announced Monday 20th December.

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