El tirijala de mi vida...

Hi! I'm Sarah, this is a blog where I can post whatever I want. Basically It's my way of expressing myself,
Besides that, I'm obsesses with fashion, I've been curious since along time ago but now it's my everyday work.
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Que grande se ha dao’ eta muchachita a base de canciones de todos los exes… 

Taylor Swift for Glamour Mag. November Issue 

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Este editorial me inspira a lograr realizar algo semejante en mi país con una mujer más caribeña y una onda diferente. Con una mezcla de NEON y SURF puedes lograr una técnica perfecta para un editorial inolvidable. 

Grazia Australia, Enero 2011
Photo by Simon Lekias
Stylist: Mark Vassallo
Markeup: Max May

Modelo: Anja Konstantinova

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This CAN’T be right…. 



In case you haven’t heard (or seen), Karlie Kloss landed the December cover of Vogue Italia and is also the subject of a very, very revealing Steven Meisel-shot editorial inside.
Today, one of the photos has been taken down from Vogue Italia’s site, Fashion Copious noticed. All of the photos garnered a strong, mostly negative reaction–at least from our readers–but the photo Vogue took down happens to be the one we posted on Facebook, eliciting a stream of concerned comments about her perceived anorexia, over-photoshopping and her “contorted” body.
Some examples:
“thats not sit ups…thats anorexia” –Sandy Fernandes
“This is NOT how women are supposed to look…” –Michelle Thompson
“Shouldn’t the credits say “Photoshopped” by Steven Meisel?” –Cheryl Kelly
“How are her hips turned like that, is her hand up on her stomach as if it is her waist? Is that Photoshop? It’s creepy.” –Shelley Franklin
“She must be starving her ass to dead!!!!! I can offer her some food of mine!!!!! LoL!!!” –Kelvin Medina
We don’t know why Vogue Italia, who are no strangers to controversy, pulled this particular image, but we have to admit Karlie’s body looks a little odd here. Whether or not the image was in fact overly photoshopped, perhaps they wanted to avoid a repeat of the controversy that surrounded their September cover, which featured Stella Tennant with an impossibly small waist.
Do you think Vogue did the right thing in taking it down?


Source: Fashionista.com

This CAN’T be right…. 

In case you haven’t heard (or seen), Karlie Kloss landed the December cover of Vogue Italia and is also the subject of a very, very revealing Steven Meisel-shot editorial inside.

Today, one of the photos has been taken down from Vogue Italia’s site, Fashion Copious noticed. All of the photos garnered a strong, mostly negative reaction–at least from our readers–but the photo Vogue took down happens to be the one we posted on Facebook, eliciting a stream of concerned comments about her perceived anorexia, over-photoshopping and her “contorted” body.

Some examples:

“thats not sit ups…thats anorexia” –Sandy Fernandes

This is NOT how women are supposed to look…” –Michelle Thompson

“Shouldn’t the credits say “Photoshopped” by Steven Meisel?” –Cheryl Kelly

“How are her hips turned like that, is her hand up on her stomach as if it is her waist? Is that Photoshop? It’s creepy.” –Shelley Franklin

“She must be starving her ass to dead!!!!! I can offer her some food of mine!!!!! LoL!!!” –Kelvin Medina

We don’t know why Vogue Italia, who are no strangers to controversy, pulled this particular image, but we have to admit Karlie’s body looks a little odd here. Whether or not the image was in fact overly photoshopped, perhaps they wanted to avoid a repeat of the controversy that surrounded their September cover, which featured Stella Tennant with an impossibly small waist.

Do you think Vogue did the right thing in taking it down?

Source: Fashionista.com

Olsen Twins for VOGUE!
You can’t describe their love.
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Olsen Twins for VOGUE!

You can’t describe their love.

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vogue:

On Newsstands Nationwide November 15th

I MIGHT DIE

vogue:

On Newsstands Nationwide November 15th

I MIGHT DIE

Isn’t your life enough complicated?  Not getting g enough Lindsay in your life? 

Lindize is the new magazine dedicated just for Lindsay Lohan, all her craziness, profession and photography. 

With 56 pages just bursting with Lohan-ness, the magazine covers all of Lindsay‘s finest moments–from mug shots and court appearances to Vanity Fair editorials. It brings back a lot of great memories, like that time LiLo sported an ankle monitor, bikini and heels, or how ’bout when she bizarrely posted biting the end of a huge kitchen knife? Ah, those were some good times.

Tipa e’ increiblemente bella <3

Tipa e’ increiblemente bella <3

Imma lose my mind with this fashion cover for Blank Magazine by Cassie. Almost forget about her&#8230;
AMAZIN&#8217;
LOVE the colours.  

Imma lose my mind with this fashion cover for Blank Magazine by Cassie. Almost forget about her…

AMAZIN’

LOVE the colours.  

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