Model Tabria Majors brought an issue she had with the brand to light after posting a photo on her Instagram, calling the brand out for using 'traditional' sized models in their new campaign.
"@FashionNovaCurve, why do you use size 2 models to represent your plus size line? #questionsthatneedanswers," she wrote.
Well, as soon as you see the campaign you'll understand her confusion.
That is a real (lol - we use that word lightly in this case) image from their website, and ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!
Sure, some girls do have that body shape and damn kudos to them, but to be promoting this line as their 'curvy' campaign which has been set out to promote body diversity and ~real~ women, it's a bit of a joke.
To absolutely nobody's surprise, Twitter went off.
Fashion Nova have since claimed that the photos will be replaced, so, TBC!