10 Year Old Vogue Model
August 6, 2011 by Post Team
Thylane images, which appeared in December / January issue of the journal, but were made famous on “Good Morning America”?? Segment on Thursday, dismissing arguments are about the sexualization of girls. Some see it as part of a recent trend toward younger models. (Although one could argue that it is difficult for a young girl to get a break, taking into account all the movie stars hogging covers forties today.)
However, two young movie stars have recently gone the route of modeling: Elle Fanning, age 13, is the star of the campaign for Marc by Marc Jacobs fall, and 14 years old Hailee Steinfeld, star appearance healthy “True Grit,” signed an agreement with Miu Miu. Katherine Heigl actress, Amanda Seyfried and Lindsay Lohan also began their careers as young models. And just this week brother Kardashian Kendall Jenner, 15, landed a contract as a swimsuit model.
And of course there are other kids doing their brands with teens and seamstress blogger Tavi Gevinson Cecilia Cassini (who was 10 when he ventured into the public eye) causing waves of fashion behind the scenes.
Thylane, which already has an impressive modeling portfolio, is the daughter of Patrick Blondeau, a former soccer star, and Veronika Loubry, a former French television personality and great cheekbones Thylane source is.
Maybe we’ve seen all this before (Brooke Shields in “Pretty Baby”), but the scandal photos Thylane Vogue shoot – with the comments of indignation sounds on the Internet – has renewed the debate.
In Britain, which has recently implemented a government initiative to restrict the sexualization of children in the media, a spokesman for the Mothers’ Union reacted to the meeting of Vogue, says the Daily Mail, “photo shoots that require it, a 10-year-old girl to wear full makeup, heels and a dress wobbles with a neckline cut to the waist through her prepubescent body Blondeau denied the right to be the child who is “.
There are more than ironic about all this, coming as it comes just after an international campaign against child p*rnography led by the U.S. Justice and the Departments of Homeland Security.
It is unlikely that the then Vogue editor Corinne Roitfeld Paris (since replaced by Emmanuelle Alt) think this is p*rn, but it is likely that she and guest editor of the fashion designer Tom Ford wanted to be provocative … and he succeeded.
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