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To me she doesn't look much different, she always had that slightly tired look, like sasha has always had dark circles. It's great to see her though, she's always beautiful.

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Publication: Bal Harbour Magazine
Issue: Spring 2013
Title: Op Art
Model: Jessica Stam
Photography: David Roemer
Styling: Sarah Gore Reeves

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I'm so sorry there are white margins around the photos...they shouldn't be there.

I print-screened Stam's editorial from Bal magazine website one by one
and edited them with Windows Painter because my Photoshop isn't working.
I know the mouse pointer appears in some photos.....Pls forgive me, this is my first time posting full editorial

I hope nobody would blame me and tfs would not delete this post because of that


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F/W 2013.14 showlist

TOTAL: 6 shows

New York

Anna Sui
Jason Wu
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Thanks for the new eds
Here is another version with individual pics and slightly bigger.







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^^ Thank You So Much ! ! I don't even know how to upload it on another website then upload to tfs -.-


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^^ you can try using postimage.org, its easy to upload and share on forum ^^

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March 5 2013
Jessica Stam teamed a two-tone tartan coat with black opaque tights and red T-bar sandals at the Valentino show.

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She needs to start walking more shows if she wants to book major campaigns again. Common Stammy!

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She needs to start walking more shows if she wants to book major campaigns again. Common Stammy!
that's not necessary. she is an established model so walking or not doesnt make a big difference.

established models like raquel, daria, natalia, guineive, malgosia, coco, etc. dont walk much or at all but still get campaigns.

stam just needs to walk a few shows. i dont think walking lots of show will make a difference in her career at this point.

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^ I agree. I honestly don't think she cares either. I think at this point she's done it all and is established enough that she will always be affiliated with fashion so she can continue to live her lifestyle and still have major connections to the industry. She goes to big events, sits front row at major shows, walks the occasional show, etc. She can basically just do whatever she wants. Booking campaigns doesn't seem like a big deal since her name will always be in connection to the industry.

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Maybe it's just me, but it doesn't hurt to see her in another big campaign right? I just think she really deserves to get more big campaigns. I was literally in cloud-9 when the Miu Miu resort campaign came out because that was the biggest campaign she has had since Nina Ricci S/S 2010. I just want to see her fronting some major campaigns more, I will be the happiest fan ever if she comes out in the Prada campaign (which she definitely deserves)

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meisel needs to give her a vogue italia cover that would do wonder for her career at the moment.

i think she definitely cares about getting campaigns. after all she is a model and needs to pay her bills just like everyone else.

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YA, I wish Jessica Stam can appear in major campaigns again.

Raquel Zimmerman, Daria Werbowy, Anja Rubik and even Stella Tennant often appear in big ads even they don't do runways that much anymore.
Jessica Stam is listed 'Industry icon', so as other big names. Why doesn't the same thing happen to her??

One of the reason I think, is that Jessica has a very unique face and vibe that she won't fit in many of the campaigns nowadays, unlike Raquel or Daria, both of their looks are almost suitable for everything from beauty ad to clothes ad, or even cell phone ad.
Jessica only gets editorials and ads when the theme allows her to do her thing.
Besides, the doll face era has already gone, Gemma Ward, Sasha, Lily Donaldson are not that active in modeling industry anymore. Jessica seems to be left without any companies. She can no longer do eds and ads with the type of girls like herself.

Today's time does not belong to her anymore, the fashion industry needs another type of models for their brand. This may be the reason why many today's new models are quirky, boyish, they don't have that grace old models have.
You may notice Jessica has tried to break herself away from the doll face category as she is not just sitting there still, showing her magnificent doll face like the old times in recent eds. You can see there is more movement and attitude in her latest work.

The next reason I think is no matter how you just can't see Raquel, Karen Elson and Daria in the same level as Jessica. They are always in a higher position than Jessica even though they are all industry icons. Therefore designers always consider them for ads first.

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