Plus Size Model Hunter McGrady Launches Clothing Line called ‘All Worthy’ Exclusively For QVC
McGrady, 26, grew up in Los Angeles and has been modeling since she was 15 years old. She appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2019 and was the first plus size model, at a size 16, to be featured on the cover of the The Knot Magazine. I first saw Hunter as a model for Torrid and I love how curvy and confident she was.
The All Worthy by Hunter McGrady Collection for QVC celebrates everybody. The line is available in sizes XXS to 5X (Sizes 0-36). McGrady said this about the collection: “I always have said that I dream of a world where me and all my girlfriends of all sizes, we can go into a store or shop online and buy the same garment in every single style in the same prospective size. And because that was a dream of mine, I wanted to contribute to that in any way I could”. She also added: “I can’t go out and speak on inclusivity and how important inclusivity is and then have a line come out and not be inclusive. I think is important to put money where your mouth is and that was just something that I wasn’t willing to compromise on”.
The name of the line “All Worthy” came from a viral hashtag she created when she was featured in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, where she made history as the curviest woman to ever appear on the famed publication’s cover. She told Teen Vogue: “I want everybody to feel worthy. I want them to feel empowered, amazing, beautiful, comfortable in their skin. I want them to put on these pieces and feel like they can just take on the day and be the best that they can be, and I want people to know that we’re all in this together.”
The all-inclusive line is not a one off, McGrady said on her Instagram stories that she and her team are already working on her Spring 2021 Collection.