Candice Huffine

candice_huffineCandice Huffine
is a famous model.  She is categorised as a Plus-size model, a euphemistic term applied to an individual of larger stature.

Birthday: October 15th, 1984,

Born:  Georgeown, Washington DC, USA,

Famous for:  Model, Plus Size Model,

Instagram– @candicehuffine



Candice participated in pageants for 14 years before travelling to New York to start a career as a model.  Candice signed a modelling contract in the year 2000.

She became well known after appearing in a January 2010 editorial Curves Ahead shot for magazine by Sølve Sundsbø.

In June 2011, Candice Huffine appeared on the cover of Vogue Italia with Tara Lynn and Robyn Lawley shot by Steven Meisel.

Huffine appeared in an editorial shot by Camilla Akrans in Vogue Deutsch‍ ’​s June 2012 issue and she appeared in an editorial Singular Beauties for 29 international editions of Harper’s Bazaar’s September 2013 issue, styled by Carine Roitfeld and photographed by Karl Lagerfeld.

Candice has been featured in three editorials in W, Transformers shot by Steven Meisel for the September 2011 issue, The Girly Show shot by Mert and Marcus for the March 2012 issue, and Model Mania photographed by Michael Thompson for the November 2012 issue.  She also appeared nude on the cover and in the editorial “Un Mujer Real” in the 19 May El País S Moda issue.  

Huffine has appeared in three Marina Rinaldi campaigns: Spring/Summer 2012, Fall/Winter 2012 and Spring/Summer 2013.   She has also walked in runway shows for Elena Miro and Lane Bryant.

Huffine is part of the 2015 line-up for the Pirelli Calendar.

Candice is married to Matt Powers.


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"I had no idea what plus size was," she says. "I was tall and broad. I mean, I was bigger but I thought I was slim. When I went to the agencies and one proposed plus modeling, I wasn't offended, but I was like, what do you mean? He showed me these fabulous girls he was representing and I was like, oh, I'm down for that!" But her career could have taken a very different route if she hadn't had such uncanny foresight and fortitude as a teenager.
"One agency said, 'If you lose 15 pounds we'll sign you,'" Huffine recalls. "I thought if I'm not small enough now and I'm young and active and I'm not a size 4 … no thank you. It's crazy how there are these moments, a fork in the road and it dictates the rest of your life. This was a moment." She continues, "I don't mean to sound Pollyanna about it, but my body is meant to be the size that it is. I eat healthy and I work out, and my weight doesn't move. This is where I'm meant to be."

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Why I do this job?  I connect with women who are not confident with their body. And I tell them they can be the person they want. They can succeed, fall in love, eat pasta and enjoy life, no matter the size.  They may be a larger size, but their weight should not be the centre of their life.


Did you know…

  • Candice started attending beauty pageants when she was a baby
  • She likes to make snacks and wrap them up in tin foil


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