Fashion Without limits
Supermodel and entrepreneur, Emme ’85 led a panel discussion at Syracuse University’s Fisher Center about plus size fashion and why design for all sizes is the future of the industry.
EmmeCruise NEW DATE May 10-17, 2015
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First Look: Emme Remembers the Photographer Who Called Her a “Fatty” – Where Are They Now? – OWN
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In the ’90s, Emme Aronson rose to fame as the first plus-size model. Today, at age 50, she’s committed to and getting the most from life through yoga, swimming and boxing. Yet, she still remembers the closed-minded photographer who almost made her walk away from her first big modeling job. Find out what made Emme stay.
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Access Hollywood: Supermodel Emme On Full Figured Modeling ‘We’ve Come Such A Long Way’
Supermodel Emme joins Billy Bush and guest co-host Holly Robinson Peete on Team to discuss her career as a full-figured model. What obstacles did she have to overcome to break into the modeling industry?
Emme before shooting the Emmecruise commercial
Emme trying something new
What’s your daily work out?
New program! #Play Sweat Win
Every day sweat off stress and embrace fitness of the mind, body and spirit.
Empowerment, encouragement and consistency with in our community for living the best unique life we have, right now!
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Talk Stoop with Emme – As Seen on New York Nonstop
Emme is a supermodel. The fact that she’s plus-sized shouldn’t be an issue, and yet, it is. She tackles this and shares some of life’s tougher moments with Cat Greenleaf on Talk Stoop. Oh yeah, and she’s looking for a date!
Emme Danskin Triathlon Sept 9, 2012 #PlaySweatWin
Emme on Denver
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Short workout is still a workout! #PlaySweatWin
OneStopPlus.com – Emme on The Insider
Plus-size super model Emme, discusses the increase of plus-size reality shows and characters on The Insider. Good or bad the perception of plus-size people in America is changing. While some shows encourage and motivate others reinforce a negative stereotype.
What do you think of the current trend?
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Every mile counts! #PlaySweatWin
Getting up and put on a chilly Northeastern morning!
One mile at a time! #PlaySweatWin
One day-one mile at a time!
Just get moving!
CNN Connector of Day: Emme
CNN’s Becky Anderson interviews plus-sized supermodel Emme as the connector of the day.
#PlaySweatWin finish Line
5k community charity run – Labor Day weekend 2012
Is “sweated” even a word??
First few days of Triathalon training #PlaySweatWin
Back from a run/walk in Ontario – the Moskoka Lake region
Mel Flint #playsweatwin
Melanie Flint (my lovely sis) has submitted her first Play+Sweat+Win video!
CNN and Brooke Emme Airbrushing
Plus-sized model Emme comments on advertising and body image after Lancôme cosmetics ads are banned in Britain.
American Cancer Society Golf Outing #PlaySweatWin
If you love something, so what if you’re the only woman out there! Join in and be open, you never know, the experience could be one that you’ll never forget!
30 seconds of calm….
Video uploaded from my phone.
EmmeNation Team River Runner Biathlon with Michael Blair #playSweatWin #VeteransRock
6th Annual Team River Runner is a fund raiser started to benefit wounded Vets in Iraq and Afghanistan. Paddling and running biathlon…a great day for our men and women fighting for our country!
Push to extend “Seventeen” “body peace treaty”
Seventeen magazine has a new ‘body peace treaty,” after an online petition drive. The magazine agreed to show images of teens and women as they really are, without editing photos to make subjects look better. Now, two New York teens, Carina Cruz and Emma Stydahar, are turning their attention to Teen Vogue magazine, and have launched a similar campaign in the hopes that Teen Vogue will also pledge “not to alter any model’s body or face and to celebrate beauty in all its forms.” They spoke to Rebecca Jarvis and Anthony Mason, along with supermodel and body image coach Emme, on “CBS This Morning: Saturday.”
Emme shares Cancer story: CBS The Early Show with Maggie Rodriguez
Emme speaks about her cancer scare to Maggie Rodriguez, CBS The Early Show
CBS: Dr. Holly Phillips and Emme discuss Women Overdoing It
Studies show women are overdrinking, overdosing, and are completely burned out as primary care givers. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips and Emme, a body image advocate and supermodel, join “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the pressures women face and why they’re such an issue at this point in history.
Irene Maltzan Bean Dip
Irene Maltzan demo easy to make and healthy bean dip
Healthy Cooking with Irene Maltzan, Holistic Health Counselor and Owner of the Wellness Tree, Crispy kale