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Old 11-09-2017   #11
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Nice series and I know what you mean about models and paying.
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I have to go with Didereau on this series.

First off it's under the category of fashion. Unless I'm misunderstanding, that means the focus is on clothes. But with this series, I really don't notice the clothes at all. I'm really just distracted by the model. She's in all these awkward poses, that are not helping her silhouette at all. If I were the clothes designer I would not be happy.
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I have to go with Didereau on this series.

First off it's under the category of fashion. Unless I'm misunderstanding, that means the focus is on clothes. But with this series, I really don't notice the clothes at all. I'm really just distracted by the model. She's in all these awkward poses, that are not helping her silhouette at all. If I were the clothes designer I would not be happy.
We have had this discussion a few times over the years. Fashion is the forum title but it also encompasses models. Possibly Fashion and Modeling would be a more accurate title but I don't know website design well enough to know what that would take.

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I think the whole grunge thing is throwing me.

Yeah... 14 for sure. how would she do in a more refined look?
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Another great shoot. Glad you haven't lost this one!!!


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