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Julie Henderson – Picture of the Week – 12/28/2015

Julie Henderson  Beautiful Model

 

Julie Henderson beautiful sexy model

Julie Henderson gorgeous top model, continues to remain a very popular model today. As one of the founding members of ALDA she continues to advocate body diversity in the modeling industry. Henderson is a former baller for Notre Dame University and earned a BA degree in marketing there before entering the world of modeling.

This beauty is 5′ 11.5″ tall and her measurements are 38-31-45 inches.  She has brown hair, hazel eyes and wears a size 11US  shoe.

Julie has worked for numerous top brand such as La Redoute, Macy’s, L’Oreal, Ulla Popken, Evans, Catherines, H&M, Talbots, Lane Bryant, Target, Just My Size, Kohl’sBelks, Avenue and T.J. Maxx. She recently was seen in Bust Magazine’s “Let’s Get Physical” editorial in the Feb/Mar 2015 issue. The editorial features members if the fabulous ALDA group.

Julie Henderson is seen here for Sak’s Fifth Avenue.

 

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Henderson is represented by IMG Models.

 

More Julie Henderson on Plus Models Today.

 

 

 

ALDA – Picture of the Week – 5/11/2015

ALDA Models feature in Icelandic Glamour Magazine

 

 Beautiful ALDA Models

 

Models Ashley Graham, Danielle Redman, Inga Eiriksdottir, Julie Henderson, and Marquita Pring, the founders of ALDA, are featured in Icelandic Glamour Magazine stripped down bare to make an obvious point that beauty comes in all sizes.  ALDA was formed when Ford Models disbanded their plus size division and the founding members joined IMG Models. Simply put ALDA promotes body positivity for all size women.

We look forward to the continued fruits that ALDA’s initiatives will bear.

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ALDA Models – Picture of the Week – 2/2/2015

Beautiful ALDA models for BUST Magazine

 

ALDA models for BUST Magazine

 

Models Ashley Graham, Danielle Redman, Inga Eiriksdottir, Julie Henderson and Marquita Pring formed the group ALDA which promotes the idea that models need not be categorized or pigeonholed by size but instead they just need to be a member of the group called models. Basically then if they are models, then enough said.

The models in Alda came together in 2013 when Ford Models disbanded its Plus Division and group ALDA joined IMG Models. Their objective was to pursue work and compete with any other models as models and not as plus size models. They also want to expand on the idea that models should be judged on the basis of whether they can get the job done and not solely on their size.

You can read the full story in the February/March 2015 issue of BUST Magazine on sale now.