CEO of curve-friendly fashion brand focusing on older demographic next: 'We are all about body positivity'

Who run the world? Curvy girls, if you ask Ciera Rogers, CEO of hip-hugging fashion brand Babes and Felines.

"Our bodies change so much as women," the Instagram influencer-turned-designer tells The Post. “So we are all about body positivity in every shape and size.”

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In 2012, the Houston native set out to provide sexy clothing for a then-underserved Instagram demographic: curvy women.

Her ultra-clingy basics are shot on models with all manner of body “imperfections” — back rolls, stretch marks, cellulite, you name it.

Even curve queen Kim Kardashian is a fan: During her first pregnancy with North West, she shimmied into the brand’s clingy styles (similar to this $40 tube dress).

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Up next for Rogers and her skintight wares? Clothes for older women. “We want to expand more into a mature market,” she says. “I have so many women who are 50-plus who want my pieces catered to them and their lifestyles.”

This article originally appeared in The New York Post.