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  • TABRIA MAJORS
    The Nashville, Tennessee native, Tabria Majors has been praised within the media and fashion industry for being a curvaceous model oozing with confidence. Recently, the curve model has been named by Sport Illustrated Magazine as a contestant for their #SISwimSearch, which will select one out of the six women as their first member of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2019 rookie class. Major is SI’s first African-American curve model to grace the pages of their magazine.

    With the SI opportunity, Majors has shared that she will continue to be herself - a simple girl finding her place in the world, and in the world of fashion. Majors was first discovered through a fan submission campaign for clothing company, Charlotte Russe, who was looking for models through their general public engagement on social media. At the time, Majors was an assistant for a production company in LA, where she received the call of being chosen for the campaign. Soon after, she quit her job and made a full-time commitment to modeling.

    Today, Majors is signed to the NYC-based boutique modeling and management agency, MUSE. At 27 years old, Majors has worked with top brands such as Forever21, Target, Nike, Lane Bryant and many more. In addition, Majors is the co-creator and co-host of “The Thick” a podcast series that introduces weekly conversations about love, life and ‘lipo.’ In other words, her authentic voice sheds light on life changing challenges with a “no-filter” tone.

    Recently, Major faced bullying on social media regarding her curves and used Instagram as a platform to share her unapologetic message of acceptance. Majors recreated Victoria’s Secret ads as a curve figure, which visually stamped her personal thoughts on the lack of diversity in the fashion industry. This statement quickly became viral and a public favorite within the media. Majors is a body-positivity influencer with a bold attitude and commitment to self-love. Her voice on social media has made her one of the top advocates for diversity inclusion.
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  • TABRIA MAJORS
    The Nashville, Tennessee native, Tabria Majors has been praised within the media and fashion industry for being a curvaceous model oozing with confidence. Recently, the curve model has been named by Sport Illustrated Magazine as a contestant for their #SISwimSearch, which will select one out of the six women as their first member of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2019 rookie class. Major is SI’s first African-American curve model to grace the pages of their magazine.

    With the SI opportunity, Majors has shared that she will continue to be herself - a simple girl finding her place in the world, and in the world of fashion. Majors was first discovered through a fan submission campaign for clothing company, Charlotte Russe, who was looking for models through their general public engagement on social media. At the time, Majors was an assistant for a production company in LA, where she received the call of being chosen for the campaign. Soon after, she quit her job and made a full-time commitment to modeling.

    Today, Majors is signed to the NYC-based boutique modeling and management agency, MUSE. At 27 years old, Majors has worked with top brands such as Forever21, Target, Nike, Lane Bryant and many more. In addition, Majors is the co-creator and co-host of “The Thick” a podcast series that introduces weekly conversations about love, life and ‘lipo.’ In other words, her authentic voice sheds light on life changing challenges with a “no-filter” tone.

    Recently, Major faced bullying on social media regarding her curves and used Instagram as a platform to share her unapologetic message of acceptance. Majors recreated Victoria’s Secret ads as a curve figure, which visually stamped her personal thoughts on the lack of diversity in the fashion industry. This statement quickly became viral and a public favorite within the media. Majors is a body-positivity influencer with a bold attitude and commitment to self-love. Her voice on social media has made her one of the top advocates for diversity inclusion.
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