Missguided just released a completely unretouched plus size campaign

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Bravo, Missguided! The online retailer just released their Autumn/Winter plus-size campaign starring gorgeous model Barbara Ferreira – and there wasn't a single scrap of retouching involved.

The stunning photos show the 19-year-old, who is known on social media as 'Barbie', rocking the brand's latest offerings without any Photoshop.

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Barbie is the brand's new face

"I loved working with Missguided on this new campaign," said Barbara in a statement.

"The clothes are a statement, and anyone can have access to this collection. Missguided doesn't exclude anyone's beauty and they provide a range that isn't like anything else. The clothes are fearless and just in a few extra sizes. The collection can let you be a badass bitch without an asterisk of label."

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The 19-year-old is completely unretouched in the shots

Amazing. Exactly what the industry needed, the Missguided+ collection includes trend-led, stylish and sexy pieces any woman of any size would want in their wardrobe.

The brand first worked with Barbie back in 2015. The social media star's Instagram account shows a glimpse into the gorgeous teenager's life.

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Barbie is signed with Wilhelmina models

While she exudes confidence in her shots and during interviews, it took Barbie a while to feel comfortable in her own skin.

"I've always struggled a ton with my body image, and I wanted to help other people not feel so ashamed about themselves. It's a completely unnecessary part of everyday life," she told Glamour.

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"I don't follow anyone [on social media] who I think is trying to sell the dream that everything is perfect."

We have a new Insta-girl crush.


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