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Rebel Wilson

Wilson wore custom Givenchy to present her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, with the Stylist of the Year award.

Rebel Wilson: 'I think it’s a really cool move that they’re being inclusive with someone like me'

Some of the biggest names in Hollywood stepped out on Monday night to celebrate the fourth annual InStyle Awards.

The event, held at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, was a celebration of the year’s biggest talents in hair, beauty and fashion.

Oscar-winner Julia Roberts accepted the Style Icon award while Meghan Markle’s wedding gown designer, Givenchy’s creative director Claire Waight Keller, was named Fashion Designer of the Year.

Actress and comedian Rebel Wilson walked the red carpet wearing a custom design by Givenchy to celebrate her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart.

During an interview, Wilson discussed the importance of her design, as high fashion labels like the French fashion house begin to manufacture size-inclusive clothing.

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I think the last big couture piece that [Givenchy artistic director] Clare Waight Keller did was Meghan Markle‘s wedding dress,” Wilson told PEOPLE. “And now she’s making me a dress so that’s kind of amazing just in and of itself. But then factor in the fact that it’s Givenchy – an amazing Paris fashion house — I’m a bit shocked how it all happened but really grateful. I think it’s a really cool move that they’re being inclusive with someone like me.”

Wilson continued, “I could be wrong but Givenchy normally makes sample sizes, and obviously, I’m not sample size. I don’t know if they’ve ever made a plus-size couture dress before, they may have, but my stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, told me, ‘This is a massive deal.’ She’s never heard of them doing something like this.’”

The actress is hopeful that her custom look won’t be the last and that more labels will follow suit.

“I’m the average size and the average height of an American woman,” she said. “There’s so many more people who look like me than a fashion model so this is an awesome, positive move that Givenchy is doing by being inclusive of someone like me.”

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