I'm starting to feel a little creepy writing about children all the time, but this girl has an epic beauty, an effortless chicness and an impressive modeling portfolio that is far beyond her ten years. Plus, it distracts from and diminishes their other accomplishments. The girl has a preternaturally mature stare and a Brigitte Bardot pout that is both stunning and unsettling. With this career milestone under her belt and many more sure to come, there's no doubt she's a glow-getter. As the fitting face of their line, we sense a lot of complexion perfection in her near future. Is it really a form of equality to extend your sexual currency right through your 60s, like men do but with far less maintenance? See: Milk magazine, which features street style, highly professional shoots, models, all size six.
She is really amazing and if her mom stop to be so protective with her and she is right to be protective but not letting her taking the plane to fly overseas is a tiny too much she is going to be very very big. And are the rest of us supposed to compete with either one? Thylane and this particular editorial have since spurred a media frenzy. It costs three million Euros! I'm curious what will happen to her. The image of young Thylane Loubry Blondeau, stretched out on a tiger skin with leopard-print high heels, red nail polish, big jewelry and upswept hair, has lit up the Web and reignited the long-running debate over whether we are sexualizing young girls. And that goes for us grown-ups, too.
I will see is there a way we could up the age for threads by a year or two. Here, a range of reactions. Or is it merely the continuation of a long French tradition? The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. Both sets of images leave you feeling uncomfortable.
Too bad i am too lazy too translate the interview in the magazine. Yes, 70 is not too old to worry about wrinkles. Indeed, since we first raised questions about the young model's age and look last week, the internet has exploded with all sorts of viewpoints, ranging from moderate concern, to vehement outrage to practically incoherent hysterics. And the model is quickly making moves into the acting world.
Well, she's back in the Internet's spotlight--sort of, anyway. For Thylane, her modeling has mostly stayed within the family. And when asked what she thinks about all the people giving her a tough time because of her age? While most 14-year-olds are just trying to snap the perfect selfies, French model, Thylane Blondeau, has already been a high fashion model for over 10 years. In the same Vogue issue with the kid models were middle-aged models some looking surgically enhanced posing the same way as the teens and tweens.
Good Morning America even aired a piece yesterday about Thylane and the sexualization of young girls, bringing up, yet again, teen campaign stars Elle Fanning 13 and Hailee Steinfeld 14. Of course, we're all for discussion, and people are entitled to their opinions, which, considering the subject matter, we're not really surprised have risen to passionate heights. Imagine Jalouse for kids and you've got the picture. This time her name is Quinoa, and she, along with other exceptionally fashionable, styled-like-adults children, are the face of Tiffany Beveridge's popular Pinterest board: My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter. If I could costar with anyone, it would of course be her. When she was younger from some angles and with some expressions they totally looked alike, their biggest difference is their eyes.
Now, this is nothing new. I was present during the shoot and I was shocked …about the price of the necklace she is wearing!. I love to try on the clothes, too! I hope she enjoys what she's doing. The best ones when she smile and goof around.
Edited April 23, 2014 by PinkCouture. Here is also a gallery of her where you can find the latest In my opinion for her age she's very well known everywhere. Although the model has been seen using L'Oreal products on her Instagram before, she's now officially a part of the family. I really hope for that she'll be a really big thing in a few years. Even so, her daily beauty ritual is pretty limited. Fifty-year-olds are now regularly shopping with their daughters at stores like Forever 21.