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National Post

Above & beyond: The independent plus-size scene in Canada – Curvy models might be dernier cri on this season’s fashion runways but for zaftig women with a savvy style sense, the reality of retail shopping remains frustrating. The pickings are still slim…

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Stylelist

Madison Plus Offers Fashion Options to Plus Sized Women. The duo hosted a spring preview earlier this week; here are some of the labels they introduced: Stefanie Bezaire, sustainable fashion from Canada…

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LouLou Magazine

Designer Stefanie Bezaire would often attempt to shop for 1950’s inspired vintage clothing but could never quite find the right size or style she was searching for…

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Musings of a Fatshionista

It’s not hard to tell that I prefer my fashion black, over accessorized, torn, studded and the whole nine. I’m not usually drawn to feminine details and colors so when J of Fatshionable linked to Stefanie Bezaire’s new Etsy shop and I found myself coveting almost everything, it was undoubtedly weird…

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NEET Magazine

We’re loving these sweet pastel-shade pieces from Canadian designer Stefanie Bezaire. Using organic, bamboo, and soy fabrics wherever possible, Stefanie caters solely for women size 12 and up, without compromising on style…

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Style Collective Australia

It’s excitement all around for the girls at Stefanie Bezaire this week as their brand new website goes live! If you’re rocking some gorgeous curves, then this is a must-see collection. We just adore their cute and quirky style…

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Madison Plus

Stefanie Bezaire is a Canadian based indie plus designer who we are so excited to share with you! Stefanie believes that size does not determine how stylish you can be, and that is exactly how we define Madison Plus.

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Loulou Magazine

I constantly search for great Canadian plus-size eco fashion. I have discovered there isn’t much so I was thrilled to recently stumble upon Stefanie Bezaire, an Ontario designer determined to offer, as much as possible, organic and sustainable plus-size clothing.

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Clarke Tavera Photography

This year we had the great fortune of working with fashion designer Stefanie Bezaire…. one thing that we love about Stefanie is her genuine passion and excitement for what she does. She is dedicated to making quality clothing for plus-sized women that looks and feels great.

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The Curvy Fashionista

A little while ago, I stumbled across this new fashion line for the chic plus size woman. With a little bit of vintage flair, a whole lot of attitude, and a line that is GREEN, I had to peer into this brand to find out more…

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Fatshionable

I love Stefanie Bezaire’s designs, they are so whimsical and pretty. I appreciate her use of excellent materials because comfort is really important when putting together your summer wardrobe…

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Sweetspot.ca

In their “Weekly Finds” section.
Online shopping spotted. Chic and simple plus-sized clothing.

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Fat Girl’s Guide to Living

Sleeves or No Sleeves? That is the question. I offer up some solutions to this dilemma over at Fat Girl’s Guide to Living.

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Madison Plus

While in Toronto, I visited one of my favorite new indie designers Stefanie Bezaire…. she started to develop her own fashionable clothing out of necessity as she could not find the fashion she wanted in plus sizes.

This led her to start her own clothing line, Stefanie Bezaire, which launched February 2010 and it is already blowing off the racks!

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Fashion Hungry

Check out my interview in “Designer Insider: Stefanie Bezaire” on one of my favourite blogs.

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The Curvy Fashionista

This past Spring, I shared with you the new Vintage Chic plus size designer- Stefanie Bezaire. This plus size designer, Stefanie Bezaire believes that “just because you’re plus-size doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice style.”

And for Fall 2010, the collection does not disappoint…

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to.night magazine

“For the Fab Sized Woman” – an article on my Spring/Summer line in this Toronto daily.

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Now Magazine

Check out this great shout-out in Now Magazine’s “We Want” section.

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