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HSG
24th April 2006, 13:57
<br>It is our great pleasure to announce that Charlotte Coyle is once again represented by the Wilhelmina agency in New York.

The timing simply couldn't be more opportune. With Miss Coyle's documentary set to premiere in the U.K. in the not-too-distant future, we hope to see Charlotte headline many spectacular new campaigns in North America. The industry urgently needs more models who are supermodel-gorgeous, as well as genuinely full-figured, and Miss Coyle fits that brief better than any other talent in the industry.

Congratulations to Charlotte, and to Wilhelmina, on rekindling a partnership that led to stellar campaigns in the past, and will surely revolutionize the industry in the future.

Never-before-seen test image of Miss Coyle--the very embodiment of plus-size chic:<p><center><img src="http://www.judgmentofparis.com/cc/new06.jpg"></center><p>- <a href="http://www.judgmentofparis.com/charlotte.htm">Charlotte Coyle: A Panegyric</a>

M. Lopez
25th April 2006, 12:17
This is wonderful news indeed. I can't wait for Charlotte's TV documentary to air - even if seeing it on this side of the Altantic might be difficult. But most of all, I hope to see her in many new campaigns for the top plus retailers, now that Wilhelmina is representing her again. The public needs to see that this is what full-figured beauty really looks like - supermodel glamour, but at a size 16.

Kaitlynn
1st May 2006, 14:01
I am so thrilled to hear this. Charlotte's Torrid covers were pretty much the most exciting image that I've ever seen any plus-size model create. I want to see more! Can you imagine how she would revolutionize public perceptions of beauty if she were seen modeling for Torrid again, or Lane Bryant, or MXM? She's the full-figured equivalent of a Guess model (and if Guess would ever market plus sizes, she is the model they should use). That's the image the world needs to see! I can't wait for her to start showing up in North American campaigns.....the media will be shocked. They won't be able to pretend plus sizes aren't sexy any more.