Jourdan Dunn, Edie Campbell and Cara Delevingne
It's not just youShe looks so cute, somehow her eyes remind me a lot of Twiggy in the black-and-white pictures...but i guess that's just me :hmm:
telegraph.co.ukBurberry star Edie Campbell attacks 'weird' Victoria's Secret models
Edie Campbell, who appears in Burberry campaigns, says Victoria's Secret models degrade women.
London Fashion Week does not begin until Friday, but already the fur is flying. Edie Campbell, the Burberry model, has attacked her fellow mannequins for posing for the American underwear firm Victoria’s Secret.
Campbell, 22, claims that the models who appear in the firm’s advertising campaigns and catwalk shows, including Cara Delevingne and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, are “weird” and she accuses them of degrading women.
“I always find Victoria’s Secret models a bit weird,” the girlfriend of Otis Ferry tells Love magazine. “It’s just a load of girls going, 'Look how good my cleavage looks’. It’s purely women offered up to men. Regardless of the reality, I would rather be idealistic and believe women are better than that.”
The alumna of St Paul’s Girls’ School, who is the daughter of the architect Sophie Hicks, is even more scathing about Kelly Brook, the actress and model, who recently split up with Thom Evans, the former Scotland rugby player.
“You get girls that have made a s––– tonne of money out of taking their clothes off – and largely by being a sex object,” she says. “Victoria’s Secret is like coal mining; Kelly Brook is like a coal mine. It’s not good for the general environment, but, until you find an alternative source of energy, then good for you.”
Not sure how she got so famous with measurements like that
sourceTHE CAMPBELLS are third-generation fashion aristocracy — their grandmother Joan Hicks became a model when she was 18 and was one of the faces of the Fifties, working with legendary photographers such as Norman Parkinson and David Bailey. Edie and Olympia’s mother Sophie started her career at 17 in the fashion department of Harpers & Queen magazine before going on to become fashion editor at Tatler and Vogue, as well as working as a stylist for designer Azzedine Alaia. Sophie is now a highly respected architect to the fashion industry and has designed stores for Chloe, Yohji Yamamoto and Paul Smith.