‘Chinatown’ for Oyster magazine

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Beautiful editorial… with an old china style touch! Read more…


Aren’t the designers ready yet?

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While NYC fashion week is going on.. I was hoping for some shows showing inbetweenies on the runway, because IMG sent the 5 gorgeous inbetweenies to designers casting for New York Fashion Week. IMG Models Read more…


SHNS and the city…. part 4

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Yesterday we were shooting with gorgeous model Tatiana from IMG. The city location of our day was Coney Island at the beach. Such a great and weird location. Shooting Read more…


Too large and too curvy?

The November issues of Vogue America and Italy show Kate Upton’s curves. Photographer of both stories is Steven Meisel. ‘New girl in fashion’ Kate Upton (size 38 EU), model from IMG, who was thrown into the media spotlight after being called “fat”, “vulgar”, and “lardy”, is truly a model in the no-mans land of modeling at a US size 4. She is considered too big and curvy for the typical straight size modeling, but is clearly too small for plus size modeling.
So she’s an in between ‘inbetweenmodel’! I think it’s really great to show this size more and more in the high end fashion! I just love size diversity! And of course more inbetweenies as well! As long as models are super beautiful, I think it will work!

Italian Vogue, November 2012

American Vogue, November 2012


The next Crystal Renn: Myla Dalbesio: the term ‘plus size’ is outdated!

24-year-old model Myla Dalbesio is a rising star on Ford’s illustrious plus board!
Before she did some straight see modeling, but many times she heard: ‘Well you’re great but could you lose like 15 pounds?’ The guy from IMG was like “I love you, I’d sign you right now but can you drop a size?’

“I think that this division between straight and plus is really harmful.The term ‘plus size’ is outdated. To get rid of the term ‘plus’ would be a step in the right direction. Ideally there would be no division–it would just be models are models and we’d be on the same board as girls who are size two. We want to be looked as just as talented and worthwhile as these other women. These terms just make my skin crawl. Also, the clothes made specifically for a plus size women, I feel like designers don’t give them any thought.”

This is exactly what I mean: The term ‘plus size’ is outdated. We don’t have to think in sizes anymore…




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