Mode and Body Women: Finish with the R Otypes St

by | September 11, 2016

According to the news, it would appear that the lines are moving in representation of the women body re. However, it is not certain that means employees are good…

Tuesday, April 3. the meeting national, the d could s adoptAmendment V ran to forbid the activity of model “any person whose body mass index certifies that it is in a State of d nutrition”. During this time, the other side of the Atlantic, the lingerie brand “plus size” Lane Bryant tries to combine fullness and sexiness through products trendy, campaign by Cass Bird shoot (an e accustomed photographer in the pages of Vogue) and launch of the hashtag #ImNoAngel.

Two initiatives which, if they are going in the right direction, have nonetheless unlikely to change the situation. Difficult to apply (in 2007 adoption of a similar law in Italy no emp che not the ultra thin models dgive each season on the Milanese catwalks), law no emp chera indeed not the designers to design their creations in size 0. His t c r e alis as, campaign “plus size” Lane Bryant has not less the need to maintain the fantasy of a supposed rivalry between thin and round women e. Obviously, the problem is too deep to be solved by a simple law or via suddenly marketing one claw seeking do the buzz…

It is true that from the beginning years are 2000, thinness has become indispensable: pages of magazines to the podium through the film industry, rare are the young women in what you c l brit that do not display a ultra slim line. Especially just to see the sameness of morphologies in the s series Gossip Girl or 90210 to take the measure of the ph name only.

In this context, if that women – and particularly the young – are able to accept, it is necessary to offer them the mod the women for various morphologies. Putting in scene of the nes to the morphotypes tr ro h s different, the s series “Girls” clearly goes in this direction. Slightly less slim thanMarnie, Jessa in appears so no less attractive and inspiring, while the weight of Hanna is r v the tar a despoiled.

Mani General, there is no doubt that women would have more ease to accept if the m diatico-cultural landscape put forward physical less s format (suggested by the mod Stefania Ferrario, the idea to remove the qualifier “plus size” will precisely lies in this sense). Once e confront this new paradigm, the mode would forc lying by adapt.

R worm that modeling agencies put themselves one day this helps select the girls according to their allure/photog denies rather than according to their waist size. Advertising campaigns could then collect on a m me clich of the more or less thin girls without that being perceived as one or me blow media. follow…