on Jan 08, 2014 @ 12:53 pm|
Maybe we've all gone too far? Apparently industry standards for models being stick thin have really reached a new level. So much so in fact, that models are being retouched to be plumper.
Here's two pictures of Karlie Kloss, the one on the right featured in Numero Magazine for the October 2012 issue:
What do you think of this?
|hmm on Jan 08, 2014 @ 01:05 pm|
...so what you're saying is, they realized the general public does not like looking at protruding bones anymore? Huh. ;)
She still looks unattainably skinny and as a mom of a teenage daughter, this does not go far enough to give girls a representation of what "healthy" should look like. It might be "healthy" for a small fraction of the population. Anyone else who aspires to look like this can only achieve it with dangerous malnutrition.
|Picture Quality.. on Jan 09, 2014 @ 08:53 pm|
Personally, I don't think they are doing this to make the model appear "bigger" - I think they are doing it to make a much more flattering picture...