Monday, August 8, 2011

Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau

 The famous blog Knight Cat posted a few days ago about her. This is problably the most beautiful ten yaer old girl I've ever seen. At this age, the stunning beauty is already a very well known model and despite all the controversy about some pictures, where she looks much older, the fact is that Thylane has such a beauty, style and charisma that's difficult to be indifferent to her. This fashion phenomenon was easy to be found: her parents are the former french footballer player Patrick Blondeau and her mother is the french tv presenter Veronika Loubry. Just onother thing, this cute little girl also writes poems...
I understand the controversy about the child work and the  issue around some pictures, but I can't resist being a huge fan of the lovely Thylane!
A lot of people will say that a 10 year old kid is too young to be a model, and I will agree with those people. But I want to show you this beautiful girl – the french kid fashion model Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau, she has been modeling for a while now, and her beauty is stunning
If this girl were to be any older (lets say about 5 -10 years) this would be a post about how beautiful she is, what great eyes she has, how effortlessly cool she looks in that effortless french kind of way and how even her name is chic! But if re rewind about 5-10 years this is a post about a 10 year old girl being tipped to shake up the fashion industry as the new IT girl! Whilst french born Thylane Lena Rose is clearly absolutely stunning sadly she also highlights all that is so wrong with the fashion industry today. Models are encouraged to maintain body frames that are thin and childlike if they want to continue to sell clothes to women likely to be over 25 with large disposable incomes. On a day to day basis, doing my shopping in the local sainsburys, getting my eyebrows threaded, purchasing a handbag that i just have to have but cant afford, i rarely see grown women with bodys that represent a prepubescent child! So why in fashion are we so insistent on portraying such as the feminine ideal?
Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau
 Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau




Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau
 Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau

Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau
 Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau

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