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What Remi Bader does shopping, watching, dreaming and more


E! : Who is your model?

RB: I’m very close to both of my parents, but my dad is in the fashion industry and sells women’s jeans and has always worked with plus size women and made his size lines inclusive. It’s a crazy thing now that I can wear and work with his brands, but also have this in common with him. He was always the one I went to for business and fashion advice. He had cancer three times and never missed a day of work, so he always motivated me to work.

E! : What are the things we would see on your TikTok FYP?

RB: You would see curvaceous models, but my videos are so hit and miss. I really like singing videos, TikTok dramas, dancing or funny skits. Video comments are the best. My sister and I just send videos and say “comments” because people say what you think.

E! : Which TikTok makers would you recommend to someone who just downloaded the app?

RB: I think it’s hard to say because people like such different things but Erika Priscilla is really funny. You have to follow The D’Amelios or Addison Rae as they are the most important people in the app.

E! : What is your first TikTok that went viral?

RB: My first video was Khloe kardashian in a size 16 body. I wore his exact outfit but with other brands, except the shirt was his brand. I have a few views but not a lot. My first four videos weren’t seen by many people. This was probably my fifth video where I started making realistic clothing transport videos when I went viral.

E! : What’s your favorite opportunity since going viral?

RB: I think the Aerie Real campaign was really cool because there were a lot of people who had a bigger audience than me included in it. The fact that I was included and that it was in People magazine was so exciting for me. It was about being real, not changing yourself, and being okay with who you are in your body. It’s always exciting when a brand’s campaign aligns with your brand. When I talk about these things I never want that to happen because you always have to be happy, positive and feel good in your body every day because that’s all about me – it’s not how I feel. .

E! : What advice do you have for your fans?

RB: My whole post on TikTok is that it’s okay to have a hard time sometimes. There are a lot of things we might not like about ourselves, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go through life and enjoy life. We are all struggling, but we can get through this journey together. The more things are shared and discussed, the better.

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