I happened to read Elle UK (probably)August issue. It featured an article about Lara Stone and the comeback of feminine bodyshape and lushious curves. According to Elle magazine she's a role model for real women and the fashion world should no longer put up with 16-year old extra-skinny models.
Yet I don't agree. I mean, who cares about the age anyway but the thin models really work as hangers, only that-they're better. If you're really skinny, you can make anything look gorgeous and the curves are just stopping the clothes from living their own beautiful life.
Call me old fashioned but I'm of the opinion that the bigger the breasts the more outbalanced a body is. Talking about models(meaning really skinny women)-the more "haute couture-ish" the better. Boobs often end up looking kind of pornographic too.
I really have nothing against Lara Stone, she has an amazingly photographic face but that's it for me.
Above:pictures of Lara Stone in Vogue Paris June/July 2010
I'm sorry but Lara just looks big on these photos