Discussion in 'Models' started by 71000, Mar 10, 2014.
Givenchy F/W 2014.15 (Exclusive)
Amazing! She's like a more beautiful Keira Knightley!
Her abs are to die for!
She's awesome. 10yrs of commercial modelling and now making the transition to fashion at 26!! It's going to take off really fast for her. She's such a cool girl too, really fun.
Wow, she's spectacular! Her abs... That face.. So stunning.
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Wow she has such a proportional body - and I love her strong shoulders. I think she'll do well in high fashion!
Very nice! She looks as skinny as Keira Knightley thinks she is.
Her body is just wow. I am impressed. Definitely proof that you don't have to be a teenager to look good. I think I need to hang her picture on my wall for motivation.
I am a fan but I think she should lose a few for high fashion.
She is absolutely stunning though, and her proportions are so feminine. A very attractive girl that would do very well at VS.
I am actually a little surprised that I am the first one mentioning she should lose a little weight...?
For high fashion, yes I suppose she should. I admit, I was thinking she'd be fantastic for VS. I can't take my eyes off those abs!
I wonder why she didn't walk in any shows this season...she looks so good in these polaroids.
Does she have fake breast ? Her skinn has stretch lines on her breast and they look super round on the top part idk. Maybe that's the reason she is not taking off in Hf.
No idea about hers, but I used to have the same as a result of weight loss. Forgive a rather graphic image; the lines are like when a balloon gradually deflates and goes all flaccid :-/ Through shrinkage the remaining subcutaneous fat gathers in wrinkles that appear as lines. The unnatural shape can just be the particular breast topology; if the mammary tissue happens to be domed rather than flat or droopy or whatever and you lose the covering of fat that would normally smooth over the join between the gland and the ribcage then the tits look stuck on.
Happily mine have rebounded with time and by now they're practically perfect