Two sisters launched a different fashion show to celebrate the beauty of women.

Sisters Alyse and Lexi Scaffidi called it the “Anti-Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show” where models who walked the runway are women of all shapes, sizes and backgrounds.

They feature women like Tessa Desiderio-Snyder, whose leg was amputated during her battle with cancer and car crash survivor, Casey Hanstein, who suffered a broken spine.

The sisters tell In The Know Beauty they have created their own runway to celebrate body positivity and inclusivity.

Through their fashion show, they were able to send the message that beauty has varied

definitions and perspectives.

The anti-Victoria’s Secret fashion show is all about diversity and body positivity

These women walked the anti-Victoria’s Secret runway to show that women of all shapes and sizes are beautiful ✨

Posted by In The Know Beauty on Monday, 16 July 2018



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