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Hayley: ORGANICS Project – II

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I felt like starting this post with “…BECAUSE…” Why have I embarked on the Organics Project and what’s it all about? Because. – Because I can. – Because I’ve been Photoshopping forever. – Because I want to go back to basics. – Because I want to bring honesty, reality and uh, yes, sexy back. – […]

Sus’n in P’nk ‘n Blu’

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This is a teaser for the 4×4 of Susn Dybvyk I will be posting here soon(ish) The 4×4 (ie. 4 images across by 4 images down) is a layout I have been doing since 1984 for editorials, gallery work and for clients  – except here I have done the sneak peek  as a 3×2 (ie. 3 […]

BELLE VERRE – STEVEN MEISEL:
Vogue Italia – June 2011

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[ READ Part ONE Here: Plus Size = Curvalicious = Plus Model Tara Lynn – that gives a different take on the story ] There are so many more magazines now jumping on the PLUS Size bandwagon (….PLUS size women? Oooohhh! Aren’t they beautiful? Why haven’t we done anything on curvier women?  *slaps head – see my […]

Plus Size = Curvalicious =
Plus Model Tara Lynn

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[ READ Part TWO Here:  BELLE VERRE – STEVEN MEISEL: Vogue Italia – June 2011 – that’s  a follow-up story to this one] Today, fortunately, women with voluptuous curves and real flesh and a sizable amount of heft are being admired as “real women”. Even wolf-whistled at, and commented on, as in the 50′s and 60′s. […]