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The 2006 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue

Drop-dead gorgeous women?

2006 Sports Illustrated Swmsuit issue cover models.

Fig 1. Shown from left: Elsa Benitez, Veronica Varekova, Elle MacPherson, Rebecca Romijn, Rachel Hunter, Daniella Pestova, Yamila Diaz-Rahi, Carolyn Murphy.

Lingerie modeling: Rebecca Romijn or Layla from W4B?

If a top-ranked lingerie model has the facial features shown below, who is most likely directly or indirectly responsible?

Rebecca Romijn

Gisele Bundchen slams skinny fashion models

A few weeks ago, the following news was reported at many outlets (e.g., here):

Gisele Bundchen has slammed super-skinny models who don't eat to stay slim.

The stunning supermodel warned her colleagues shouldn't jeopardize their health by starving to keep their looks.

The Brazilian beauty told TV show 'Entertainment Tonight': "It's important to remember that if you don't put gas in your car, it's going to stop. Similarly, if I don't put food in my body, I'm going to die. I eat whatever there is to eat because I don't want to faint on the runway."


Gay fashion designers

Although I have cited “The Advocate,” a major U.S. publication catering to homosexuals, on the gay domination of the fashion business, some people read so superficially that they would accuse me of using nothing other than my own assurance and pictures of the faces and physiques of fashion models to argue that the fashion business is dominated by gays, and this in spite of my quoting the following statement published in the Advocate:

To observe that gay men and lesbians dominate the fashion business may seem about as controversial as saying that Russians rule Moscow.



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