Hungry by Plus Size Model Crystal Renn

Hungry by Crystal Renn

Hungry by Plus Size Model Crystal Renn

Down the runway in Jean-Paul Gaultier’s Spring pret-a-porter show carefully edited just for her sensual curves; cover girl for Harper’s Bazaar; featured spreads in Vogue magazine; Crystal Renn has redefined and exposed the true beauty of being a plus size model. But it did not happen overnight.

In her personal memoir, co- authored by Marjorie Ingall, Hungry shares the growth Crystal Renn endured living her life as a thin size 0 model and its tribulations with her health into the voluptuous size 14 and the successes as a plus model.


With a release date of September 8th, Hungry is noted for being “An eye-opening tale for all women, Hungry explores the difference between the fantasy that society projects and the reality of what makes us happy. Crystal Renn’s experience debunks the modern-day Cinderella story of the fat girl who loses weight to get happy. This is a new fairy tale, one in which a young woman embraces the size she’s supposed to be and the world opens up for her.” — Lori Gottlieb, author of Stick Figure: A Diary of My Former Self.
Pre-order your copy now on Amazon.com at a special pre-order price of $16.50. Score one for the Curvy.Confident.Chic plus size women shedding stereotypes and misnomers to weight!

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  • Jennifer Lee

    This looks like something I want to read. It's better than the books that do give you that Cinderella story, or those that try to justify your misery with commiseration.

  • MarieDenee

    I love the fact that she shares and celebrates the other side of all other books that celebrate weight loss! I am excited to read!

  • google_account

    The Judgment of Paris has a review up already:

    http://www.judgmentofparis.com/board/showthread.php?t=1609

    I originally wasn't going to buy the book, but after reading the review, I might purchase it. It sounds like it deals intelligently with some serious topics.