Eden Miller’s Cabiria Line Makes History As The 1st Plus Size Collection At NYFW

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Frank Sinatra’s lyrics ‘Fairy tales can come true, it can happen to you’ may sound a bit cliche? but for one plus size designer this statement is as real as it can get. Designer Eden Miller will make history during New York Fashion Week this fall as her clothing line Cabiria will be the first plus size fashion line to be showcased during the highly anticipated fashion event.

Pictured: Model Alison McGevna & Eden Miller

Pictured: Model Alison McGevna & Eden Miller

Miller is one of six designers chosen by the Fashion Law Institute to be a part of its showcase during the Spring 2014 runways.

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Eden Miller’s Cabiria Line

So who is Eden Miller?

Eden Miller is an award winning costume designer and wardrobe stylist, and the designer of Cabiria. Cabiria was born out of a desire to bring whimsy, sensuality and luxury to the plus size world.  Eden has spent over two decades working as a costume designer and wardrobe stylist, among other roles in the garment industry. She’s also a size 18 – 20 so she understand the frustrations that plus size women face in regards to finding luxurious fabrics and fine craftsmanship in fashion.

Eden Miller's Cabiria Line

Eden Miller’s Cabiria Line

During an interview with Hello Beautiful, Miller expressed her enthusiasm. “I’m incredibly excited and so stoked about it, but there’s also a lot of pressure. Even though there is a lot of plus high-end stuff out there in the marketplace, they’ve never shown at straight size fashion week.”

We wish Eden Miller the best of luck!

About Editor-In-Chief, Stephanie Penn

Stephanie Penn is the Editor-In-Chief of DailyVenusDiva.com. She spends her days and night finding plus size news to share with you and interacting with the DailyVenusDiva.com readers. She loves music, writing and anything with a positive vibe to it.

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