Giles Runway Victoria's Secret Models Rosie Huntington-Whitely Alessandra Ambrosio Karolina Kurkova

Victoria's Secret models Alessandra Ambrosio, Karolina Kurkova and Rosie Huntington-Whitely work their curves on the Giles runway. Photo:

This just in: Bony babes are out.

For this season, anyway.

Womanly curves were all the rage at the Giles show in Paris, where a slew of voluptuous Victoria's Secret models and runway favorites stormed the catwalk.

Victoria's Secret Angels Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Alessandra Ambrosio and Karolina Kurkova -- a new mama -- strutted their feminine forms in designer Giles Deacon's '60s-inspired fall/winter collection, joining Jessica Stam, "overweight" Coco Rocha and '90s supermodels Carmen Kass and Angela Lindvall in yet another runway show that marked a major departure from the underage, skin-and-bones runway model norm.

Canadian designer Mark Fast led the charge with his London show starring plus-size beauties Crystal Renn and Hayley Morley.

In Milan, Prada put the spotlight on bodacious babes like Victoria's Secret's Miranda Kerr and Doutzen Kroes, plus "curvy" model poster child Lara Stone.

Okay, so we realize it's slightly ridiculous to cite bombshell lingerie models who could probably fit in our pocket as a body image revolution, but for the fashion industry, it's a big step -- and hopefully it's one trend that will stick around.

The runway revamp also sparks a new move toward fashions designed for curvier female frames -- so let's leave the stick figures for our doodling, shall we?

Meanwhile, check out these supermodel paper dolls.