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10-01-2011
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^ Sorry, it's not bread. Meat or whatever that has an oblong shape to it.

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Just a question about the calender, and sorry if someone has already asked and answered (and sorry if its a stupid question) but: What are the french names on every single day? Is there some really obvious answer I'm missing!?

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^ the names coincide with the feast days of the Christian calendar of saints.

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I think there wasn't posted whole editorial combined.

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Daphne Groenveld & Iris Strubegger by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott






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Full editorial

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It's even worse in HQ. This is really terrifying.

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^Couldn't agree more.......it's just wrong.

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23-01-2011
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It's such a shame cuz that ed could have been amazing with an adult model (brunette Natasha Poly)!

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Thank you Pedro! Good to know

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#575 the first kid: she's like the mini me version of; lara+daphne+georgia mc =

omg, i don't even know how to say about that ed.

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This editorial appears in the news in my country, they said it was disturbing to use kids and show them like growns-up in sexy outfits and so...
They had no idea what they were talking about, but I still think it's really wrong.-

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24-01-2011
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I think I wouldn't have mind this editorial if it didn't include these 3-4 shots in which that little girl is doing that "sexy" pose. Kids playing dress-up in designer clothing is cute, but making them look "sexy" is just sick.

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its todays culture, kids are growing up faster and faster
they just made it more exaggerated

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^ Right?

This is editorial is a tongue in cheek commentary on the fact that everyone seems to be pointing out: that the sexualization of youth is grotesque. I don't think anyone at VP really wants to dress seven-year-olds in Balmain any more than VI wanted women to slather their dresses in oil and writhe on the beach. Saying the girls are too young etc. is about as insightful as saying that the girl in the first picture is wearing a gold dress; the obsceneness of this all is the point. It's clearly commentary, about precisely the same thing that, say, Skins, or Toddlers in Tiaras, revels in.


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