Reformation, the Los Angeles-based, sexy, sustainability-minded brand, has just launched its first-ever collection of pieces to feature inclusive sizing. Designed in collaboration with model Ali Tate Cutler, the collection features dresses, two-piece sets, tops and bodysuits in sizes 0-22 and XS-3X.
"Last year we started receiving a lot of comments on social media and requests from customers for more inclusive sizing," the brand said in a release. "We agree it's unfair that we only offer clothing to a limited size range and have been working on changing this. We're now happy to be launching a collection with more sizes (0-22). We're super sorry we didn't do it sooner."
At the moment, only pieces from the collab with Tate Cutler in select colors are available in extended sizes. A representative for the brand told Fashionista via email that this collection is the "first step towards fully launching into the category."
Cutler's collaboration with Reformation comes a year after the brand re-introduced petite sizing and added baby clothes and swimwear to its regular lineup. It also comes a few years after Reformation created a collection aimed at women with fuller busts.
"This company has been an all time fave of mine because yes, their styles are freakishly cute, but also because they make their clothes sustainably and transparently," Tate Cutler wrote on her Instagram. "Talk about changing the fashion industry!"
The new collection ranges in price from $78-$218 and is available online at reformation.com. See more from the Ali Tate Cutler x Reformation campaign below.