Vibrant colours, different angles and some sort of shapes that look unnatural. Visions by Felicia van Ham, styled by Kate Housh. Fashion Exclusive Dressed up and ready to party. Iryna photographed on film by Eva Tokarchuk.
Teens stage protest, runway show to call on Teen Vogue Magazine to use 'real images of real girls'
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By Stuart Bourdon October 30, Ever been on the inside of a model-girl contest? Well, now you are. From there, with BJ Baldwin acting as MC and guide, the gaggle of gals moves to Vegas Indoor Skydiving where you get to see the contestants practice their aerial acrobatics dressed out in skydiving gear as they float mid-air, held aloft by the powerful fans below the indoor skydiving chamber. While the outfits may not be as revealing as the bathing suits they had previously donned, it is none-the-less fun to watch them spin in mid-air. Up next is Battlefield Vegas, where BJ Baldwin and the girls get a chance to unload a variety of firearms ranging from powerful pistols to machine guns. It all looks like a lot of fun, and judging by the reactions of the contestants, it appears they were excited to be handling that much fire power.
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Email Thylane Loubry Blondeau, a year-old model with a sultry stare beyond her years, had the fashion industry drooling after posing for French Vogue. But photos of the Parisian preteen, whose lanky body and gap-toothed pout bring to mind full-grown size-zero magazine cover girls, have reignited the debate over the sexualization of young girls. Wearing makeup, high heels and haute couture, Blondeau looks a far cry from a typical year-old. Even in childish smocks and cotton tees, her expressions are oddly adult -- a product, perhaps, of living half her young life in the fashion world she reportedly hit the runway for Jean-Paul Gauthier at age 5. And some say Blondeau's grown-up beauty is giving other young girls unhealthy ideas about how they should look.
There is no logic in believing that the Bible is the word of an omniscient god when fhat is clearly not the case. Of course you are free to disagree. I suppose God could be a clueless idiot as far as books are concerned but a genius at magic incantations. That’s the great thing about imaginary beings, you can give them any attributes or foibles you wish. 😊