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Jordyn Woods' Boohoo.com Clothing Line Will Feature A Wide Range Of Sizes

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Jordyn Woods may initially have been known for being Kylie Jenner's BFF, but she's quickly making a name for herself in the fashion industry.

After being signed to Wilhelmina Models' plus-size division, the 18-year-old social media star has been putting her platform to good use, using her voice to be a body positive advocate for girls.

And now, Woods is taking that message and putting it into her new fashion line with boohoo.com.


Glamour reports Jordyn has created two collections with the online retailer that are set to launch in September. And, keeping with her commitment to celebrate all body types, the Swimsuitsforall model is breaking from the typical "plus-size" size range and instead making the collection size-inclusive, with every item being made in sizes two to 22.

"This has been an incredible opportunity to design a collection that embraces all body types," Woods tells Glamour. "There were points in my life growing up when I wanted to dress like other girls my age, but I couldn't find clothes in my size that were as cute as theirs. With boohoo.com, I have been supported and encouraged to create something that all women can have access to and that I am proud of."

Jordy's dark hair = 🔥 (bodysuit # pzz93992)

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Woods' ideals seem to match up perfectly with boohoo.com's, which said in a press release: "As an inclusive brand, boohoo.com is determined to create fashionable products for young girls of all sizes and continue to encourage body positivity."

The line will no doubt draw inspiration from her own laid-back outfits and her famous posse's style, with crop tops, body suits, bomber jackets and dusters.

We can't wait to see the full collection!

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