How Curve Model Remi Bader Became the Queen of Realistic Clothing Hauls–And TikTok

Remi Bader: I was let go from my job at Tidal in July. And even if the clothing doesn't fit right—we've all been there—Remi has found a way to laugh it off, promoting body positivity to her nearly 1 million TikTok followers. News. "It's no one's fault, it's just the way that the fashion industry is."
Although Remi never planned on anyone besides her close friends seeing her videos, she has found a way to embrace her overnight success, expanding her platform to discuss brand inclusivity, confidence and mental health.photosTikTok's Highest-Earning CreatorsBecause, let's face it, like the rest of us Remi has her low moments—and she doesn't shy away from letting her fans know that. "Clothing should never make you feel discouraged or upset," the 25-year-old exclusively tells E! News about creating a platform for inclusivity. News: How did you get started on TikTok? By Sophia Ghadoushi Mar 05, 2021 6:43 PMTagsFashionExclusivesViralFeel GoodTikTokInstagramIn case you've been off the Internet this year, meet Remi Bader. She talked to E! E! "I think I need to keep telling myself that I need to give myself some time for me, but I'm also happy," she says. There weren't a lot of jobs in entertainment at the time so my dad gave me the idea of looking into modeling agencies to be a curve or plus size model. class=”article-detail__title article-detail__title–speakable”>How Curve Model Remi Bader Became the Queen of Realistic Clothing Hauls—And TikTokTikTok’s Remi Bader became an overnight sensation with her realistic clothing hauls, in which gives candid reviews of her purchases. So I was still trying to find something to fill my time, and I started TikTok. I signed with one of them in August. She's an NYC-based curve model and TikTok creator who has gone viral for posting realistic clothing hauls, trying on her purchases for the camera and giving her unfiltered thoughts on how designs—from Zara, Aritzia, Target and more—really fit. So, I sent in photos to a bunch of different agencies. Her videos are hilarious but also pretty damn relatable. "I'm totally fine being in the public eye and I want to keep sharing myself with the world."
Read on for more about her journey from corporate worker to Internet sensation. Although I was super excited, it's still been very slow.