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The biggest trend in fashion has always been confidence and the stars at the 2015 Emmys revealed that confidence can come in all shapes and sizes.
"Being a curvy girl, I had to go for something custom," Getting On star Niecy Nash told ET. "A lot of the girls are able to get off the rack, but not when you got the little bit of something going on!"
Emmy winner Viola Davis was proud of how much more women are embracing their bodies.
"I think we do it more now than we ever have," Davis gushed. "I think we could do it more!"
Lane Bryant has been leading the charge against body shaming, pushing the fashion envelope with their "PlusIsEqual" campaign. The movement is aimed at all women loving their bodies because fashion is for everyone.
#PlusIsEqual follows the brand's #ImNoAngel ads from last spring, which redefined Western society's traditional perception of sexy.
"Sixty-seven percent of U.S. women are size 14 to 34, but they're underrepresented on billboards, magazines, TV ... everywhere," according to the website.
A new ad for the campaign features Ashley Graham, Candice Huffine, Precious Victoria Lee, Justine Legault, Georgia Pratt and Sabina Karlsson.