Finally – designer fashion beyond a size 14
YES – because theoretically a woman wearing a size 24 should not be treated differently than someone with a size 8. NO – in practice, however, there is an innumerable amount of women who are limited in life because of their size. They are much bigger than a size zero model, that's a fact.
The scenario: narrow dressing rooms in the rearmost location of the shop, that is where the "plus sizes" can be found. Unfavourably cut clothing, looking cheap and yet being too expensive. Or there is the option to go to a designer and secretly order a tailor-made item. Realistic alternative or discrimination?