Even when Karyn Inder was just a kid growing up in Newfoundland, she knew she wanted to be a model.
And she made it happen. After university she sold her stuff, packed two bags, and moved to Toronto where she was signed with b&m as a “curvy” model.
Now, that kid memorizing Vogue can be seen in a Vogue Italia piece about #BeBodyAware, a project celebrating diverse bodies.
The project “is about showcasing bodies at every shape and size and giving them a place in fashion where they deserve to be,” said Inder.
For Inder, who also does motivational speaking, being part of a movement to open the fashion world to all body types is a cause close to her heart.