How much time has gone by since you saw a natural model on a magazine cover? Tic TAC tic TAC tic TAC. Time is over, inevitably, and the famous Photoshop program has exceeded its use. Shrink your waist, increase the size of your bosoms, draw yourself a few beefy lips and … give yourself a touch up!
‘When I first moved to New York and I was totally broke, sometimes I would buy Vogue instead of dinner. I felt it fed me more.’ Carrie Bradshaw.
Ow yes, we are back with New York Fashion Week’s most seen models. With so many gorgeous people walking around, no wonder the city never sleeps.
Models, designers and other celebrities have come together to show their support for the recent devastation hitting Haiti. For those not so familiar with what has happened in Haiti, the country was hit by one of the worst earthquakes recorded in history, killing and injuring hundreds of thousands and leaving millions homeless.
“Comment Vous Appellez? Je M’Appelle Coco”
Now think Chanel: the epitome of french elegance and chic, the cusp of fashion’s haute couture,
the pioneer of modern woman’s fashion, right?
Well, after publications such as the DiY issue of ID magazine, we saw a new breed of Chanel
spread all over town…
We often hear talk and critique about model behaviour and oh-those-attitudes-of-supermodels. But this time it comes from a different angle. I recently came across an article about no other than Ms Donatella Versace who is calling on all models to show some of that good, old model attitude that once used to live at large and run wild in the Land of Fashion.
Bloggers are strongly stepping over the fashion scene now and putting more
than their best foot forward. Years ago, we would have never guessed that
the names BryanBoy, Garance Dore, Yvan Rodic, Michelle Phan, Mary Tomer,
Tomy Ton & Todd Selby to name a few, would be as familiar to us as, say, Vogue.