Alessandra Ambrosio: very dramatic kiss-blower.
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Unless these are quotes directly from Kanye, in which case I understand completely.
I thought this was actually going to be an story. What too lazy to actually write something so you slapped up a bunch of pictures?
I would like to respond to all the people who are telling the women on here who are "hating" to give these women kudos and do something about their own weight...
I want to say first off that I am a 25 yr old female, good looking, I'm 5'4 135lbs..I'm not some heffer, and i'm sure many of the women making these comments are not obese whales either...
I think the issue most women have with models like this and this type of advertising is that it portrays unrealistic body types and no matter what Victoria Secret claims is advertising aimed towards men, who will see Vic Secret's ads and buy that lingerie for thier women or encourage their women to shop their or towards stupid women who think that a $80.00 bra will make them feel sexier (it wont that feeling comes from within).
I mean if you're trying to sell me a product why not direct the advertising more towards me and most og the other women out there? Most of us are not 5'10 115lbs...why not have beautiful women with more realistic body types modelling this kind of lingerie? How about the Kardashian sisters, as much as I despise them adn their show) they are not stick thin and have curves and me****razy for them. I just don;t understand how they excpet to seel lingerie when all they are doing in their ads is making women feel bad...cos let's face it the media is designed to make us jealous, thereis nothing wrong with jealousy it is normal, but I think in this case the :jealousy factor" sint goig to seel more bras..quite the opposite..it will deter women away.
Sure good for them for keeping in shape but the fact is it's thier JOB to keep in shape, most of us have real jobs that dont involve or allow us to be at the gym 24/7..so really its not good for them they are just doing what is required of them to stay employed...good for the working mom of 3 who can stay that fit my hat goesoff to her.
Bottom line is advertising has to change to reflect the demographic actually purchasing the merchandise and maybe they would sell more bras and the rest of us won't be called "whales" or whatever just cos u can pinch an inch of fat on us
I think it is so unfair to judge them. Believe it or not, some people are naturally skinny and eating has nothing to do with it! So to say things like "eat" is really offensive and so immature. Being super skinny and eating a healthy diet is possible. I know girls who eat obscene amounts of food (fast food included) and are still slim. What if you told someone that was clearly overweight to not eat? Isn't that the same thing?
I saw the show with my girlfriend... I will say that the VS models are not my type to start with. I like curves and when I look at them, I don't see much of that. The very little breast they have is so pushed up by a bra one or two sizes too small. They are actually quite thin. But that is usually within the acceptable.
This year... sorry, but that was bad. The girls were skeletal... they looked like they suffer from anorexia. Adriana Lima... she really doesn't age well, have you seen her face? She's way too skinny... Don't forget that TV is supposed to give people 10 pounds... eek!!
I don't think they look healthy and I don't find them attractive... if I was a dog hungry for bones, I probably would. Some will say that they work hard... if starving yourself is your definition of working hard. I read somewhere that Lima's diet before a show like this is... no solid food for something like a week, and she doesn't drink or eat anything ~12 hours before the show. Yeah right... that's an healthy lifestyle.
There is sick thin and there's overweight... there's plenty of room between the two and that what the fashion industry should favour.
For others who call these models "whores" and "slu*s", you need to get a reality check. This is what happens with a healthy diet and if you are going to sit in front of your computer being a keyboard warrior and **** and moan, nobody is going to give two sh*ts of what you say or do. Get off your butt and do something about your weight