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Topic - Kimberly Goodwin
Forget the usual vacant model stare. It was smiles and high fives with Iman as real moms of all shapes and sizes took over New York Fashion Week, working a runway Thursday with strollers and pregnant tummies, looking chic for everything from school drop-off to date night.
"Just because you're a mom, you don't lose your sense of style," she said. "You don't lose your love of fashion. I'm big right now. I want to feel good."
"Who would have thought even five, 10 years ago that red skinny jeans would be something a mom eight months pregnant would be wearing down a runway," Goodwin said.