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Lila Moss, her daughter, is the new face of Marc Jacobs beauty
I think she have a lovely face BUT she would look better if she was skinnier, she doesn't have a strong bone structure as her mother so she looks a lil puffy in her cheeks.
Hope she lose because she is still young so no pressure i think:run:
 
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Lila Moss, her daughter, is the new face of Marc Jacobs beauty
I think she have a lovely face BUT she would look better if she was skinnier, she doesn't have a strong bone structure as her mother so she looks a lil puffy in her cheeks.
Hope she lose because she is still young so no pressure i think:run:

She reminds me of Milena Ioanna minus the cheekbones...

Anyone know her height?
 
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She reminds me of Milena Ioanna minus the cheekbones...

Anyone know her height?

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Here in Sept 2017 and I am not sure if Kate is wearing heels but she definitely needs to grow and lose that baby fat from her face. Marc Jacobs is good friends with Kate so I honestly feel like this is just about that.
 
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Here in Sept 2017 and I am not sure if Kate is wearing heels but she definitely needs to grow and lose that baby fat from her face. Marc Jacobs is good friends with Kate so I honestly feel like this is just about that.

Until she gains height and loses weight, she’s just going to be another disposable nepo to me :meh:
 
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She's pretty but she is too young, in the sense that her face is very underdeveloped as well as her height. She looks her age, which is, of course, normal, but that doesn't necessarily qualify her as model material just yet.

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Here they are at around the same age. They look alike in many ways but Kate has a notably more defined, mature face. Hopefully Lila can achieve that look too if she continues in the modelling industry.

I also have to say that this campaign is kind of bad/underwhelming on the creative end. Maybe I'd like it/her look more if there were more of a concrete direction, but it kind a looks like they smudged on a thick cat eye, wrapped a black cloth around her hair, shot it and called it a day. They didn't even tidy up her baby hairs.
 

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Kate is the face for the new Giorgio Armani AW19/20 line
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Seeing as this thread was bumped today, I thought I'd share some of my favourite skinny Mossy photos :luvluv:
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She was so gorgeous in her youth.

Continuing the nostalgic media dump, I really like this nineties clip discussing her early years. It’s refreshing to hear Klein’s unfiltered comment: “Yes, she’s thin, and models should be thin. I think clothes just look better on people who are thin, and certainly photograph better.” No way that kind of honesty would be permissible in our hypersensitive contemporary cultural landscape.

 
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She was so gorgeous in her youth.

Continuing the nostalgic media dump, I really like this nineties clip discussing her early years. It’s refreshing to hear Klein’s unfiltered comment: “Yes, she’s thin, and models should be thin. I think clothes just look better on people who are thin, and certainly photograph better.” No way that kind of honesty would be permissible in our hypersensitive contemporary cultural landscape.

Both are true icons. If only the modelling industry (and the media in general) could be this candid and straight-up today. True and blunt honesty isn't as appreciated anymore unfortunately.
 
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If anyone is interested, there’s a pretty cool fan account for Kate Moss on insta. It’s @katexmossy and it’s honestly one of my favorite accounts :luvluv: There are even some quotes about Kate added to some of the pictures. Have fun ;)
 
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I’m so glad that this thread got bumped up. I absolutely adore Kate Moss; these are some of my favorite pictures of her that haven’t been posted.
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I’ve noticed the Daily Mail has gotten annoyingly “body positive” lately. Every article will feature flabby celebrities and say “so and so strutted her enviable physical through the grocery store this weekend.”
I’ve also noticed this no matter how FAT n GROSS n UNFLATTERING the subject is they always top it off with “her toned stomach” [flabby rolls] or “her supermodel body!” [potato sack] or “her slender figure” [if slender is another word for chunky then yea ok sure]

can you imagine going to journalism school expecting to write meaningful work and hard hitting exposés and you end up at the daily mail essentially writing Mad Libs about celebrities mediocre lives and the only thing getting exposed is weight gain lmao
 
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I’ve also noticed this no matter how FAT n GROSS n UNFLATTERING the subject is they always top it off with “her toned stomach” [flabby rolls] or “her supermodel body!” [potato sack] or “her slender figure” [if slender is another word for chunky then yea ok sure]

can you imagine going to journalism school expecting to write meaningful work and hard hitting exposés and you end up at the daily mail essentially writing Mad Libs about celebrities mediocre lives and the only thing getting exposed is weight gain lmao

You only end up at the Daily Mail writing the abysmal celebrity body stories if you're a truly abysmal journalist yourself ;) Source: am a journalist who's worked at 4-5 legit news publications, where I've witnessed various hiring managers read the words "Daily Mail" on a CV and toss it into a bin without a second thought. As hard as it can be to get a job in media, everyone tacitly understands that it's better to starve (or, gasp, go into marketing) than write for them.

They also aren't really pivoting toward body positivity, btw -- they simply go where the clicks are, which is how they can post 10 stories about celebrities being shamefully thin on the same day that they post 10 stories revering weight loss and calling other people shamefully fat. It's a morally unhinged business model that prioritizes attention and monetizes outrage above all else, but that's their whole brand. For that same reason, Kate Moss's fat legs generate more $$ from clicks if they are described for the SEO ranking algorithm as belonging to a "toned bikini supermodel."
 
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