Linda Evangelista, Vogue and Overshadowing Today’s Fashion World
British of vogue The shots are editorials rather than advertisements, touting glamorous escapism that doesn’t answer to authority, but ever since Evangelista epitomized the supermodel ideal in George Michael’s 1990 music video, we’ve been The idea of the attractiveness of Freedom! ’90.
We are moving towards greater inclusivity in terms of size, gender, age and ability in the fashion industry, and this year’s Australian Fashion Week runway shows reflect a positive change.
Aware of these changes, the UK August issue trend celebrated the LGBTQ+ community with Australian models Jordan Barrett and Awen Tuol and actor Cynthia Erivo on its cover.
About that cover story, Erivo said the most important thing was to “provide people a space to fully express themselves.” These images felt more like Evangelista than Evangelista today.
Imagine the power, beauty, and joy of a cover where Evangelista embraces her perceived flaws. trend Australian editor Kirsty Clements said she was not wearing a scarf or hat following recent photos of the model. people“Evangelista thinks she looks terrible, but in the attached photo she looks like a normal 50-something, although it could certainly have been retouched.”
There’s nothing wrong with putting your best face forward trend, but it still has to be your face. Many of us hide blemishes with concealer, dye our gray hair, use social media filters, and stay comfortable in shapewear to boost our confidence. When we obliterate ourselves and become another identity, or an identity from the past, we sacrifice our authenticity and embrace the illusion.
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These photographs brought joy and healing to Evangelista. “All my insecurities were resolved with these photos, so I had to do what I wanted,” she admits in an interview.
Hopefully this encouragement will get her to take off her hat, put the tape back on, see her own beauty, and fans like me will always applaud and keep her trendy forever. I hope it will become