I think it might actually be due to the lighting and the way that the photos are airbrushed. I've noticed that in some campaigns the models end up looking bigger because maybe some of their veins/bone contours are photoshopped out? Not sure, but here's an example with Mika Schneider, who I'm pretty sure has consistently been around the same size with only minor fluctuations.More for the LV Spring/Summer campaign:
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It may be just me but her arms look a little bigger in these photos than what they've been like recently: makes me think she dropped weight through fasting, dehydration, etc. to get the most out of her awards shows looks. Don't get me wrong: she still looks great! I may be a little biased, though, since we have the same exact monolid/almond eye shape and her eyeshadow look in this campaign is basically my go-to look everyday
Articles like this are literally so confusing. I have no idea who this is but even by the standards of non-skinnies... she quite literally has absolutely zero muscle definition? There are women in my workout classes who are not skinny but for whom a headline like this would at least make sense because you can see muscle definition, which honestly I can still somewhat respect because visible definition is actually easy without body fat and definitely requires dedication with it.