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Maui Bigelow Curator Of PHAT Girl Fresh

Maui Bigelow is the curator of PHAT Girl Fresh, a lifestyle blog that caters to women and offers a feminist approach to life. The mission of PHAT Girl Fresh is to be a voice for women while encouraging them to find and use their own voices. She enjoys advocating for women and girls, staying informed on social, fashion and beauty trends and sharing her gifts with other women.

Maui Bigelow is a freelance writer, as well as a lifestyle and plus size blogger. Maui is a contributing editor for Gorgeous In Grey and The Curvy Fashionista, two brands that are well-known and respected among woman in the plus size, fashion and beauty industries. She was recently named the 2016 Blog Correspondent for Full Figured Fashion Week. She has been recognized on several media platforms for her writing, body positivity and her willingness to encourage and empower women.

Maui was named Curvy Couture‘s Curvy Girl Of the Month for June 2015. Maui has been featured in articles for Plus Model Magazine, Mic.com  Bustle, Buzzfeed and has been a guest on the Chenese Lewis Show.

Recently, Maui has become known as a voice in the plus size community who speaks to body positivity. Although she has been spreading the message of self-love, body acceptance and plus size inclusion, the world recognized her once her post; Crop Tops & Big Bellies: I Wear What I Want, Even At A Size 24, went viral. The post was picked up by mainstream media outlets like; Good Housekeeping, Allure, Daily Mail, Yahoo and Seventeen MagazinePHOTOS BY BRYANT ANDREWS JR

Maui is also the producer of PHAT Girl Fresh Presents Life Styled, a annual event that celebrates womanhood and honors six women who are the epitome of what the PHAT Girl Fresh brand stands for. These woman are; PASSIONATE, HAPPY, APPRECIATIVE AND TRUE (P.H.A.T) and they use their platforms to empower other women in the midst of their success. This event takes place each year in May in Atlanta, Georgia and boast the support of women from all walks of life.

 

 

Maui of PHAT Girl Fresh

13 Comments

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    Lena Sledge's Blog

    April 7, 2014

    Thanks for being an advocate for women. Much success to you.

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      iamphatgirlfresh

      April 7, 2014

      THANK YOU SO MUCH LENA!!!

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    Shaquana Gardner

    February 14, 2015

    I love you and this!! All of it!! P.H.A.T GIRL FRESH is errrthing and a bag of chips!! I love this brand, this mission and all that’s behind the growth of it! Omg, you just gave me so much life with your site and this About page! Thank you, Maui (such a beautiful name)!! I pray I may be of some help, assistance or anything with your mission and brand. I would be honored to be any small part of what you have going, my beautiful sistah!! Peace and blessings eternally to you!!

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      iamphatgirlfresh

      February 14, 2015

      Oh wow!!!! Thanks sister!! Be sure to follow on Facebook and other social media sites. Feel free to email me.

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    LINDA HINES

    April 13, 2015

    Wow…Bigelow I’m so proud of you!!!!

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      iamphatgirlfresh

      April 13, 2015

      Thanks Mrs. Linda!!! Love you!!

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    poppedblackwomanblog

    April 22, 2015

    I’m sure you’ve already received so many more prestigious accolades, but I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. I love seeing your new posts hit my email inbox. I love your mission and the diverse topics you cover. Thank you for encouraging us all! http://poppedblackwomanblog.com/2015/04/22/my-very-first-blogger-award-yayyyy-versatile-blogger-award/

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      iamphatgirlfresh

      April 22, 2015

      Wow!!!!! Thank you so much!

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    Tiffany

    June 30, 2015

    I love your blog! Proud PHAT girl here!!!!

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      iamphatgirlfresh

      June 30, 2015

      Thanks Tiffany.

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    Dulcinea

    October 7, 2016

    Maui! I just stumbled upon your blog and I love it! So glad you are making it easier for curvy women like me to have a voice and not hide (the I used to growing up.) Thank you for being here!

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