Transcript for 'Straight/Curve' documentary looks at how the fashion industry can be more inclusive
Back now with a new documentary called "straight/curve" taking on the way the fashion industry represents real women from the runway to the retail rack. Sexy, fierce, different, the photo shoot at the center of the new "straight/curve" features women of all shapes and size sfz we need a more diverse range of role models. The director lays the blame squarely at the feet of the fashion industry. Every single day surrounded by imagery on your way to school, on a bus and that's portraying one standard of beauty. Reporter: It features interviews with stylist and models, all talking about the need for change. Models are responsible for the way everyone sees themselves and can effect change. Reporter: That narrow standard of beauty affecting our children. I know my friends said I'm fat. She said you are fat. You are not. Some of these girls were saying on a daily basis they feel disgusting and don't feel like they belong. Hearing that is shocking. Reporter: The film offers solutions as well. Our brain processes images 60,000 times faster than words. It's just what the filmmakers tried to do with the epic photo shoot. 12 different models of different sides and skin tones. The shoot was challenging to pull off. There were some that didn't want their clothes to be seen on women of varying sizes. Inspirational for everyone involved. Feels like a dream. So happy. Awesome. Yeah. Can you take a picture with me. It's important for me to have the next generation of boys and girls to see themselves represented so we feel more empowered. And "stray/curve all right debut tomorrow at 8:00 eastern
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