Sunday, 10 February 2013

Models Are Physically Insecure Women on the Planet

Cameron Russell is the most beautiful women. Last 10 years, she is graced the cover of Vogue, frolicked in a bikini for numerous fashion advertisements, and stomped down the runway for Victoria's Secret. But don't aspect that she has it all.
She recently gave interview at global series TED, on life as a model. She said, “Standing on this stage because I am white woman and in the industry we call that a 'sexy girl.' I’m going to answer some questions that people are asking."
She explained that model's lifestyle is filled with travel, glamour, and working with excellent creative, that's only for the corruption and sometimes manipulative nature of the modeling industry, when she started out as a model, she did sexual photo shoots and never had a boyfriend before.
Russell's words are indeed powerful, but just before her interview to TED is this the fact that she is misguiding and misleading the Fashion Industry? "Not at all," says Bethany Marshall, Ph.D., a psychoanalyst in Beverly Hills, CA. "She sounds grounded in reality. We all have to use our assets and gifts to advance ourselves in life. If she was a math genius and refused to go to college, we'd be critical of her. The fact is, she's a gorgeous woman—why shouldn't she use that to advance her life? Her beauty is a resource and an instrument. The difference is, we don't envy the math genius. We envy the model."
This is not the first time the model is giving interview against the fashion industry. In 2012, Tyra Banks penned an open letter to models praising Vogue for banning images of anorexia. And in 2010, Victoria's Secret Angel Doutzen Kroes tells that how she fix her body and have a good figure: "I’m only fit when I was at age eleven or twelve and that It became a problem — Every time I told that you should lose weight. It was a thing, ‘You look great, but by doing that you should only loss little bit wait. That kept going on until I was about 22, and when I was like, ‘This is crazy,’ because I would look in the mirror and I like the way I look."

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