Let’s meet the beauties.
Over the years the world modeling Having special standards such as ideal body shape, minimum height or certain facial bone structure are some of the absolute criteria to enter a world that is fancy this. But time has changed, some unique characters appear boldly to be different. They embrace their beauty in their own way. They put themselves on a par with the big models while providing a new perspective on beauty. Let’s meet the beauties.
Skin pigmentation disease does not prevent Winnie from pursuing her dream of becoming a supermodel. The appearance of uneven skin tone gives her a strong character in every pose and style of Winnie. In a interview with CNN, Winnie said that she was very happy because the industry fashion accept beauty in various characters. Let whatever quirks you have shine.
Body model curvy it rejects the label plus size publicly provided. According to him, the industry fashion should now open on size diversity. Robyn Lawley is a model curvy first published in edition swimsuit the annual Sports Illustrated magazine. Her face has appeared in various popular magazines such as Italian Vogue, French Marie Claire, French Elle and Australian Cosmopolitan.
Being black and albino, This model steps confidently into the world modeling. Diandra is a woman tough who walked the stage of top designers such as Vivienne Westwood, V Files and Jean Paul Gaultier. With her style sharp while holding a baby, Diandra closed a Gypsy Sport fashion show at this year’s New York Fashion Week.
Ageless is the most fitting term for this eighty-four year old model. Wrinkles and white hair are definitely unavoidable but Carmen’s beautiful charm always stands out at every opportunity photoshoot or appearance in catwalkshe has her own charisma to show off her elegance.
Molly who was nicknamed ‘anorexia chic’ never thought that a thin body could bring her into the modeling world. He is able to use his unique facial character in every appearance. Molly’s beauty is so different that it’s a color in itself in the industry fashion.
Hopefully this new perspective continues to increase so that beauty has a wider meaning, right, Bela!