It’s a supermodel sandwich - but does it leave you with a bad taste in your mouth?
There is no question that these three models are beautiful, but after all they are models in their early 20's.
In your early 20's your body is as good as it's naturally going to get - everything is still perky and gravity defying. I'm not against beautiful models but I'm finding that I'm getting a little perfection fatigued. Don't get me wrong, I can appreciate beauty and I find images of beautiful women motivating - inspiring even. But these are young women - girls even, and it would be nice to see a strong beautiful and dare I say sexy woman who is 32, 42, or even 52 + on the cover of one of these magazines more often.
My idea of beautiful is increasing shifting away from glossy, magazine perfection, to more authentic representations of real women. I guess I'm just thirsty for a bit more beauty diversification - something that speaks to me and resonates at a deeper level than a 20 year old on the cover of a glossy magazine. Do you guys ever feel the same way?
From page six: Gorgeous gal pals (from left) Suki Waterhouse, Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger get very close while wearing very little clothing in the April issue of British Vogue.
Inside the mag, the ladies pose topless with their arms draped around each other’s bodies to strategically cover their top halves.
Waterhouse, 23, Delevingne, 22, and Jagger, 23, each only don a cheeky pair of candy-colored underwear and high, fuzzy heels.
On the cover, the real-life friends are slightly more covered up in shimmering frocks.
In an interview with the magazine, Waterhouse, who is dating Bradley Cooper, and Jagger, the daughter of Mick Jagger, talked about their former school days together, prompting Delevingne to quip, “So they always talk about themselves a lot, both of them.”
Delevingne is said to be dating singer St. Vincent. The two recently were spotted “hugging and kissing” during a performance of Queen of the Night in New York and looking cozy at a Brit Awards party.
It all sounds lovely and quite glamorous, but does anyone else out there crave something just a little bit more real?
H/T: Page Six