Tara Lynn in Vanity Fair Italy

The establishment fashion industry usually gets it so very wrong when it comes to shooting plus-size models in editorials for mainstream magazines that one is pleasantly surprised, even shocked, when it gets
things so very right.

A new story in the May 2012 issue of Italian Vanity Fair constitutes the most altogether successful full-figured editorial since the “Belle Vere” spread in Vogue Italia, June 2011. How interesting that it is the Italians, the nation of Botticelli and Titian, who consistently demonstrate the finest aesthetic appreciation for plus-size beauty.

It shows the model with the most alluring variant of her hairstyle, in which a thick lock of hair tantalizingly shades one of her eyes. Her limbs appear soft and full, her buxom curves disclosed by the V cut of
her dress.

Bravo to Vanity Fair for a note-perfect plus-size model editorial, ideal in the choice of model (a size 16), aesthetic (Old World opulence), and wardrobe (pro-curvy femininity). We hope that more mainstream fashion magazines will begin featuring girls size 16 and up, and when they do, that they adopt the principles of timeless beauty that this layout exhibits.The scans originally appeared here, content of this article came from Judgement of Paris

Tara Lynn in Vanity Fair Italy


Tara Lynn in Vanity Fair Italy

Tara Lynn in Vanity Fair Italy

Tara Lynn in Vanity Fair Italy

Tara Lynn in Vanity Fair Italy

Tara Lynn in Vanity Fair Italy

Tara Lynn in Vanity Fair Italy

 

Be Sociable, Share!