Alessandra, Crystal & Brooklyn for Glamour June 2010 by Matthias Vriens-McGrath

Glamour celebrates models of various sizes with its latest issue featuring Alessandra Ambrosio, Crystal Renn and Brooklyn Decker as their June cover stars. Captured by Matthias Vriens-McGrath, the trio takes on sexy swimwear and stilettos in Every Body is A Hot Body.






41 Responses to “Alessandra, Crystal & Brooklyn for Glamour June 2010 by Matthias Vriens-McGrath”

  1. <3 Alessandra and Crystal, beaaaautiful women and sexy bodies. Brooklyn though, I don't get…nice face, but too athletic, and yes she has boobs, but her waist has basically no definition at all. She has a really tree trunk type of torso.

  2. <3 Alessandra and Crystal, beaaaautiful women and sexy bodies. Brooklyn though, I don't get…nice face, but too athletic, and yes she has boobs, but her waist has basically no definition at all. She has a really tree trunk type of torso.

  3. <3 Alessandra and Crystal, beaaaautiful women and sexy bodies. Brooklyn though, I don't get…nice face, but too athletic, and yes she has boobs, but her waist has basically no definition at all. She has a really tree trunk type of torso.

  4. anonymous Reply

    The fact that this is mercilessly photo-shopped completely undermines the point of celebrating bodies of all shapes and sizes. It is actually really insulting to their readers' intelligence.

  5. anonymous Reply

    The fact that this is mercilessly photo-shopped completely undermines the point of celebrating bodies of all shapes and sizes. It is actually really insulting to their readers' intelligence.

    • Totally agree. So what's the point of having C.R. in fashion shoots at all? You know that no one will published her in anything "un-photoshopped." I understand that all models (skinny or not-so-skinny, dark or light, etc.) are photoshopped. But surely the changes are at least somewhat minor when you compare the usual girls to the plus sized models. Especially in a sequence like this where they're all meant to look similar.

    • Totally agree. So what's the point of having C.R. in fashion shoots at all? You know that no one will published her in anything "un-photoshopped." I understand that all models (skinny or not-so-skinny, dark or light, etc.) are photoshopped. But surely the changes are at least somewhat minor when you compare the usual girls to the plus sized models. Especially in a sequence like this where they're all meant to look similar.

      • It's like fashion is trying to evolve in the aspect of celebrating bodies of all shapes in sizes as anonymous stated above. But you know that the industry is not ready for something really drastic in the sense. People need to be realistic about this and realize that if you're all for it, anonymous is absolutely correct.

        • P.S. To all the people who strongly disagree with my viewpoint: I don't mean to have anything come across in an insulting manor. I am simply not interested in plus sized models in high fashion. Although I appreciate their work and the beliefs of people who enjoy seeing them. Everyone's entitled to an opinion. :-)

        • P.S. To all the people who strongly disagree with my viewpoint: I don't mean to have anything come across in an insulting manor. I am simply not interested in plus sized models in high fashion. Although I appreciate their work and the beliefs of people who enjoy seeing them. Everyone's entitled to an opinion. :-)

        • mmm yes your point about "the industry is not ready for something that drastic" is quite right, makes you think about how near impossible it is to truely change the worlds mind set on this "skinny = beautiful" thing….. I mean i feel like its part of my DNA to think that it is just so engrained our society…. its mind blowing really. By all means we may be able to realise that it's not good or right or realistic, and even if you can appreciate the beauty of a fuller figure, which I certainly can, that underlying "skinny is beautiful" mindset that high fashion is based on will always be there, and by the time that it is truely not this way, we will be living in a whole different world. I would be fasinated to see that world. Maybe if I'm lucky it will come about in my life time. I kind of doubt it though…. oh human nature… its one complex thing!

        • mmm yes your point about "the industry is not ready for something that drastic" is quite right, makes you think about how near impossible it is to truely change the worlds mind set on this "skinny = beautiful" thing….. I mean i feel like its part of my DNA to think that it is just so engrained our society…. its mind blowing really. By all means we may be able to realise that it's not good or right or realistic, and even if you can appreciate the beauty of a fuller figure, which I certainly can, that underlying "skinny is beautiful" mindset that high fashion is based on will always be there, and by the time that it is truely not this way, we will be living in a whole different world. I would be fasinated to see that world. Maybe if I'm lucky it will come about in my life time. I kind of doubt it though…. oh human nature… its one complex thing!

      • It's like fashion is trying to evolve in the aspect of celebrating bodies of all shapes in sizes as anonymous stated above. But you know that the industry is not ready for something really drastic in the sense. People need to be realistic about this and realize that if you're all for it, anonymous is absolutely correct.

  6. anonymous Reply

    The fact that this is mercilessly photo-shopped completely undermines the point of celebrating bodies of all shapes and sizes. It is actually really insulting to their readers' intelligence.

    • Totally agree. So what's the point of having C.R. in fashion shoots at all? You know that no one will published her in anything "un-photoshopped." I understand that all models (skinny or not-so-skinny, dark or light, etc.) are photoshopped. But surely the changes are at least somewhat minor when you compare the usual girls to the plus sized models. Especially in a sequence like this where they're all meant to look similar.

      • It's like fashion is trying to evolve in the aspect of celebrating bodies of all shapes in sizes as anonymous stated above. But you know that the industry is not ready for something really drastic in the sense. People need to be realistic about this and realize that if you're all for it, anonymous is absolutely correct.

        • P.S. To all the people who strongly disagree with my viewpoint: I don't mean to have anything come across in an insulting manor. I am simply not interested in plus sized models in high fashion. Although I appreciate their work and the beliefs of people who enjoy seeing them. Everyone's entitled to an opinion. :-)

        • mmm yes your point about "the industry is not ready for something that drastic" is quite right, makes you think about how near impossible it is to truely change the worlds mind set on this "skinny = beautiful" thing….. I mean i feel like its part of my DNA to think that it is just so engrained our society…. its mind blowing really. By all means we may be able to realise that it's not good or right or realistic, and even if you can appreciate the beauty of a fuller figure, which I certainly can, that underlying "skinny is beautiful" mindset that high fashion is based on will always be there, and by the time that it is truely not this way, we will be living in a whole different world. I would be fasinated to see that world. Maybe if I'm lucky it will come about in my life time. I kind of doubt it though…. oh human nature… its one complex thing!

  7. Isn't this big discussion every time a plus size model is featured a sign of the times! It's good:)

  8. Isn't this big discussion every time a plus size model is featured a sign of the times! It's good:)

  9. I love Crystal, and even though she was retouched I did see her MUCH skinnier on the Chanel Resort Show

  10. I love Crystal, and even though she was retouched I did see her MUCH skinnier on the Chanel Resort Show

  11. I love Crystal, and even though she was retouched I did see her MUCH skinnier on the Chanel Resort Show

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