How these real women became models


Three beautiful women are the winners in a Confident Curves competition. Penny C, Edgars’ in-house brand for plus-sized women, has announced the winners.

Natassja Ungerer, Anneline Nagan and Nokuthula Tanda are the new faces of the brand, and are each walking away with R45 000 in prizes, which includes a year-long modelling contract worth R30 000, a modelling course valued at R10 000 and Penny C clothing to the value of R5 000.

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Picture: Dumisani SibekoNokuthula Tanda, far right,  27, is based in Gauteng.Natassja Ungerer, 27, centre, is from Port Elizabeth.

The three will be featured in advertising campaigns within the next year.

Tonia Zehrer, Edgars general manager, said the competition was launched last July to identify three “confidently curvy” women who would be able to personify the brand by exhibiting flair for fashion and confidence in their bodies.

“The Penny C woman is comfortable in her own skin, confident, bold and embraces her curves, and Natassja, Anneline and Nokuthula are living the brand,” says Zehrer. – Lifestyle Reporter

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