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Plus Petite Powerhouse Jeannie Ferguson, always a go getter, with over a decade as a fixture behind the scenes as a Buyer, Merchandiser, Allocator, and Product Development Coordinator and in her present position as Product Manager is an asset to the fashion biz. However, while taking notice of fashion industry standards in comparison to “real women” she recognized a desire to see something different. Jeannie made the decision to be the difference.


With her signature walk, Plus Petite model Jeannie Ferguson has gone on the grace the runways of numerous designers including BGU, Marco Hall, Shanda Freeman, Clothes Mind, Sonsi, Monif C., Osun Designs, New Jersey Full Figured Fashion Week, Full Figured Fashion Week New York, Qristyl Frazier Fall Preview Show, Maryland Fashion Week & Plus Night Out.

She was also one of the pioneers of the Dangerous Curves Tour and has appeared on several television shows such as Tyra, E! News, BTE TV, TLC’s Big Sexxy and she’s a five time model and crowd favorite on BET’s annual fashion special, Rip The Runway, Kurvacious Boutique commercial, makeover show “Big Brooklyn Style”.Jeannie recently made her television debut nationwide with the Slim & Tone leggings commercial and 9West Online commercial. Jeannie recently appeared on Sharon Quinn’s Show, Model Behavior “The Short of It All”.

With appearances in countless publications such as Black Elegance, Glamour, Fire, Anisi, and People Magazine for the Nivea challenge, Plus Model Magazine, Manik Magazine, Pose Magazine, The Cover of Belle Noir Magazine, Full Blossom and most recently the cover of POSE. Jeannie Ferguson is steadily cementing her place in fashion history.

With her expert knowledge in runway Jeannie has been teaching her Annual Walk This Way runway all around the US. She has recently been sought after to teach her Walk This Way Runway Class in North Carolina, Virginia, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York. With her expert knowledge, print, runway and fit experience, it seems as though suddenly the industry is dreaming of Jeannie.