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.
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.