One of the things that I’m proud of is that even though I talk a lot about clothes that are exclusive my way of shooting people is very inclusive.
I shoot young, old, smooth, wrinkly, skinny, overweight. just as long as I can find something inspirational about that person. Look a little more closely at the page right now, Jeffrey Banks is no model but he looks great, A Lady Of A Certain Style – is a certain age but she looks great, Inspiration Isn’t Always A 40 Regular – what other magazine is going to showcase him as a source of inspiration to their readership of 20 and 30somethings? I do.
There is something wonderful in how these kids look- the simplicity and the casual languid attitude that is missing from alot of the runways at the moment. Perhaps designers should take a cue from some of the models, because they dress in a way that is off-hand and effortless.
The last girl (Behati Prinsloo) comes from Namibia, in Africa, and is the 6th most wanted model in the world. She deserves to be #1 – she is the most beautiful model of the moment. Ugly? Ugly = Coco Roscha!
Gosh I’m happy that I’ve founded this blog! Really. I love that way of style, and I personally work with fashion too. I love Behati. Her look is very unique, I think. Plus she is tall and skinny – I definitely think that she should be not the sixth most wanted, but one of first three ones. I’ve wanted to have one of “I <3 NY” tees for long time. But, shame on me, never been in the city! Hopefully I’ll get one soon ;)
That guy would look hot in a bag with that handsome face and body. I don't think price of clothes matter as much as the quality and construction. His coat seems nice. Not fond of ripped jeans on the girl on top. Both girls are pretty, though. Just as it is not nice to call people fat or piggy, it is not nice to call people anorexic. Thanks for posting all types of people Sart.