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There has been a long ongoing debate over what particular size female fashion models should be - whether it's better to show the average woman's figure, or whether it's better to be super skinny.
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For better or for worse, it's the super skinny figure which has become the norm for high profile fashion models around the world.
Whether they are a size zero or a size two, it's a measurement that most women would find difficult to be.
Even noted designer Karl Lagerfeld said that "no one wants to see curvy women".
However, those kinds of words only make model Emme more determined.
She's a plus-sized model and body image advocate known as the world's first full-figured supermodel.
Emme has a large following among women around the world and uses her profile to change traditional standards of beauty.
We'd like to take your questions for Emme.
Do you think that she'll change how things are or is it a lost cause? Do you want to see more plus-sized models on the runways or are you happy with the current flock of catwalk models?
Please leave your comments below.
and read more about emme at http://www.emmestyle.com