Discussion in 'Models' started by Jailbait, Feb 7, 2012.
I couldn't help but notice the best store brought houmous
From Amanda Norgaard's instagram story.
Keeping it real... I love how Avant camp has liked this
don’t think i could ever get tired of matcha
Of course she is with Avant
I love how she always lists her ingredients
Yumi's got me giggling... atta girl! But I also love that she does origami - such a cool pastime.
i guess everyday is a day off then, bella?
Bonus, courtesy of Inga:
What exactly is this? We don't have it in the states (that I've seen at least...) - is it like a Sprite Zero? (Lol it is summertime and I'm looking for a good zero calorie light colored drink, they're too fruity for my palette so far..)
I wondered that as well. It’s exclusive to Japan, I believe:
YES they are marketing it HARD here in Japan. Japanese people are OBSESSED with special menus, limited time items, etc. so "special edition" foods and drinks are alwaaaaays popping up in stores.
It's literally just sprite zero with a coca-cola label
Anybody else miss the pre-instagram days when all the pics in this thread were taken of the models eating and not by them?
There's something that I always find slightly irritating about people posting pictures of their food. Maybe because I hate being in a restaurant and someone takes out their phone instead of just enjoying the meal. Even if it's just a shot of "look what I've got for breakfast" I just find it... distasteful. Personally I think there's nothing more anti-glamorous than someone being less than fully present, and you just can't have real presence or dignity while you're photographing your smoothie.
Then again, maybe I'm just old and cranky.
Same. I think it was funner to see the (potentially candid) shots taken by others b/c you got to see the actual reaction of the model next to food she may or may not have even wanted to be around. Photos by others could be more honest...or misleading which was fun to interpret. Photos by the models themselves seem to part of their carefully or NOT carefully crafted image. Especially annoying are the the 'I'm just a regular girl eating fatty fatty food!" photos.
While I am interested in seeing models' healthy, light, or nonexistent food to get a small sneak peak of their real lives, but overall I still prefer to see pictures of models as the main focus more than what is on their plates. I'm happy to see them fabulously dressed at a cafe smoking with an espresso or sparkling water or what they might have a single bite of behind the scenes of a show....