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Zendaya Coleman

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Can't find what the guy said that was "body shaming" absolutely anywhere.....:whistling:
EDIT nvm found it.


http://www.vibe.com/2017/01/zendaya-bodyshametwitter-user-modeling-gig/
Ok I'm on the fence about this. I'm all for people being comfortable with their appearance - if they are *actually* comfortable, but half these girls are just stuntin/fishing for attention. It's one step removed from catfishing. I also disagree with the use of "gorgeous". There is nothing gorgeous about obesity. I've seen some very gorgeous "healthy" weight athletes but the beauty is in the utility of their bodies.

But really, imo the guy is not "wrong" for saying what he said. I don't trust people (male/female) who only have carefully staged/heavily made up pics either. Almost always, they look nothing like they do on social media *cough* Elsa Hosk
 

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Ok, slightly OT, but Dolce & Gabbana ads have got so bad lately, like wtf is this douchebaggery from Mens SS17..





Those are pretty horrendous. They're like frat-party pics or something - why would such a high-end brand resort to taking these sort of pictures? I swear I've seen bargain-brand ads with more class. :p
 

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Those are pretty horrendous. They're like frat-party pics or something - why would such a high-end brand resort to taking these sort of pictures? I swear I've seen bargain-brand ads with more class. :p
This reminds me of an article I read last night about social media being 'the new runway' and death of old fashion standards and it gave me nightmares. These ads targeting young social media obsessed buyers reflect that stance.

May runway never die, true art and grace maintain a place in the fashion world, and may these ads be recognized as the classless, over crowded, consumerist trash they are. :spazrock:
 

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I think she looks fabulous. I just don't know what she actually does...other then,the D&G ads and, well, look fabulous and appear on red carpets--I know, I know, on the west coast showing up to events apparently actually is a legit career.
 
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I wasn't sure if she had or if it was just the outfit, since she still looked pretty skinny in this photo last week View attachment 16918
This photo gives me hope it's not true (I was thinking like @espressoenthusiast she gained). They very well may have softened out her edges in the recent photos in question via editing. Fingers crossed anyways.

Because from the above photo, that angle in that outfit I'd expect more hollows and bones - clavicle especially.