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5th February 2009, 19:10
How delightful to see Marritt looking curvaceous on the new Igigi cover page:


She looks wonderful in this new outfit - comfortably sexy. Buxom, and with womanly proportions.


http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/51iR0mPURD1.jpg http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/51iR0mPURD2.jpg

The video is a must-see as well, and Marritt is as charming as ever in living motion. But Igigi seems to be having some problems with its newest videos. The aspect ratio is a bit off (they appear slightly horizontally stretched), and they're grainier. The previous batch, filmed against a white background, were clearer, and had accurate aspect ratio, leading to a normally-proportioned look.


But who can complain, when the video shows Marritt looking so stunning?

M. Lopez
8th February 2009, 22:53
I love Igigi's use of scarves, especially when they're tied into a bow. They add such a wonderful feminine touch.

Actually, I don't think the aspect-ratio problem is with the videos themselves, but results from a discrepancy between the size of the videos and the size of the player window on the Igigi site. If you download the videos and view them in an .flv player, you'll see that they actually have the correct aspect ratio. And in fact, Marritt looks more gorgeous than ever in these new clips, and her movements are even more fluid and sensual.

Here she is showing off a leatherette skirt, but I especially like the top and the scarf. I also very much appreciate it when Igigi provides profile and back views of their items.


http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/701P34BLKD2.jpg http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/701P34BLKD1.jpg


The video is stunning. Don't miss it.

But what you really must see is this breathtaking video of Marritt showing off her first Igigi wedding gown:



The picture is pretty, but the video is out of this world! The gown shows off her figure so beautifully, especially her lovely arms. Marritt looks like a picture-perfect bride-to-be in the video clip - a princess if ever there was one.

19th February 2009, 06:08
The gown shows off her figure so beautifully, especially her lovely arms. Marritt looks like a picture-perfect bride-to-be in the video clip
So true - which is why it's so great to see Marritt in another new Igigi wedding gown. She is definitely becoming more gorgeous with every shoot.


http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/323P1fWHTD1.jpg http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/323P1fWHTD2.jpg

What an amazing figure - so full and buxom. But you have got to see the video (now broadcasting correctly, I'm pleased to say). Smiling, happy, joyful, delighted with herself - an enchantress. Clever design of the dress too, because it almost seems ready to slip off the shoulders at any moment.


A second new Igigi dress is a bit different, but still shows off Marritt's voluptuous beauty.


http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/31nP2fBLUD2.jpg http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/31nP2fBLUD1.jpg

The video is a longer one. A person could watch Marritt move all day...


22nd February 2009, 02:21
Speaking of Marritt, I found another one of those cute poster mock-ups, this time showing her. I remember someone posted a great one with Kelsey Olson on the forum a little while back. This one is nice too.


I love these poster ideas, because they show what a beautiful world we could have, if advertising used full-figured models instead of artificial skeletons. God knows these plus-size models are way more beautiful and eye-catching than the waifs you do see on the billboards.

I just wish the ads were real. They could be- so easily...

9th March 2009, 11:33
Igigi is offering another new wedding gown modelled by Marritt. Here are the images, but what you really want to see is the video, which shows Marritt delicately adjusting her veil. As ever, she looks stunning.


http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/30iP2gWHTD1.jpg http://www.igigi.com/shop/images/product/30iP2gWHTD2.jpg


I absolutely adore the veil, with its elaborate lace patter, but as for the dress itself, I think I like the cut of the other gown, above, better.

I also found a few more fan-created faux-posters featuring Marritt.




Clever designs. And, as others have said, the best thing about them is that they show just how possible and welcome it would be for the media to use plussize models in advertising, rather than waifs.