From Newfoundland to Toronto to Vogue magazine, Karyn Inder is making a splash in the modelling world.
Originally from St. John’s, Nfld., Inder is currently working with B&M Models based out of Toronto. Inder is part of B&M’s curvy category.
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As a part of a campaign called “Be Body Aware”, Vogue Italia has featured the Canadian stunner in their fashion campaign shot by Tia Duffy. The spread is meant to promote a positive body image where they mag showed off a variety of different female body types.
The plus-size model sat down with a St. John’s morning show to chat about her excitement, “We worked so hard on it but to actually see it with the Vogue Italia logo above it is pretty amazing.”
“They’re very high fashion editorial looking. Just simple makeup, simple black bodysuits, just to really embody what Tina’s campaign is going for. Which is diversity on all platforms, especially fashion,” Inder continued.
But what’s next? Inder plans to continue to work out of Toronto with B&M, while also looking to keep international connections and opportunities in Europe and the United States. “I do love this industry,” she said. “Every since I came up here I have been signed everywhere, like in Montreal and Spain, which is very exciting.”