Completely agree.Shes gorgeous, I´m also sure her face will develop in an amazing way when she gets older, now she looks like a doll, so cute but with a hint of danger in those outstanding eyes! I like seeing European-Asian-Girls on the runways. I would never have thought this happens, but it makes me feel more confident. Her eyes are like the extreme version of mine, even greener and more Asian and they make her unique and even more pretty!
Thats what I love about the fashion industry, people go for unique beauty and not for plain ordinary beauty very much. I think it makes girls (I admit I was also one of them) who were bullied in school for exotic features or being tall or being thin or everything at once feel so much better. For me at least its like that since I look at more models and I am thankful for that. High Fashion is sublime and though it might be a cruel business sometimes, there are people who have real taste in there.
Sorry for the rant, this girl and her special beauty reminded me of that again
In my school there are some really plain, fake tanned girls that are the general ideal of pretty and perfect; every time modelling comes up these girls are nominated as perfect with their hair extensions and fake lashes.
To me beauty is being unique and having features that may be strange together, but still captures the eye and makes you want to stare at them.
The industry can be tough but so are many top schools; if you're not smart or getting the grades then bye.
I feel confident seeing runway models; I was told I was lanky and looked too mixed race and that my eyes are this but my face doesn't match because my lips are this shape.
So what if I'm not one race with boobs, I can still be beautiful.
In fact, fashion has motivated me to lose the weight I felt forced to gain and at the same time feel so much better about my mixed up heritage.
I didn't realise it but I just wrote too much; this topic is close to my heart.