Anouk: One of the best singers of the Netherlands!! And if you ask me, the best looking woman with a fantastic voice! Anouk has been photographed by Read more…
This week in Vrouw Magazine from Dutch Newspaper De Telegraaf. Because my mission is to bring more size diversity in fashion, magazines and media. This is an editorial I am very proud of. The models wear the same style. Leather combined with knitwear. Janouk, from Touche Models, is a size 36 (EU) and Mayra, from Ego’s Models, is a size 46/48 (EU). Because every women in every size is beautiful.
As a fashion stylist I can show that size diversity in magazines is possible. Just show more of these fashion stories… would love to see more of these in high end magazines as Vogue, Elle, Numero, etc.
Who knows… some day…
So funny and totally happy! Vogue.it used my image of the Evans campaign. Haha! It’s not the original image. I put the sentence ‘goodbye size zero’ in this picture. Hopefully they can read:
Anna Wintours first ever Vogue cover from November 1988. The model, Michaela, was wearing a haute couture Christian Lacroix jacket with Guess jeans. She was wearing these jeans, because the skirt (part of the Lacroix suit) didn’t fit the model. She had been on vacation in Israel and had gained a little weight.
“People applied all sorts of interpretations: It was about mixing high and low, Michaela was pregnant, it was a religious statement. But none of these things were true. I had just looked at that picture and sensed the wind of change. And you can’t ask for more from a cover image than that.” Was Anna happy using a model that didn’t fit the sample sizes? Now, with Wintour having only recently launched Vogue’s ‘Health Initiative’, we hope only healthy sizes will be in Vogue.
There she is: Lady Gaga on the cover of the September issue of Vogue! I already said how much I love Marc Jacobs’ collection. And here you can see it! Even the Pilgrim shoes! Photography by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott. I am not amused about her wearing a REAL FUR hat…
Gorgeous inbetweenie Candice Huffine Vogue Germany, june 2012, photographer: Camilla Akrans. So Germany already shows they are positive about The Health Initiative. Such a great story, beautiful photography and I love the styling… And yes, a lot of naked again..but this time in a beautify, sensual way! Well done, Germany! When is it Dutch Vogue’s turn?
Vogue’s decision to ban images of women who ‘appear to have an eating disorder’ is a move that should be celebrated, writes Tyra Banks in article on The Daily Beast. “If I was just starting to model at 17 in 2012, I could not have had the career that I did. I would’ve been considered too heavy.”