last comment by Abbie M.
almost 7 years ago
NEW YORK, NY,
Her name is Thylane Loubry Blondeau. Is this pushing it? Opinions?Here's a video:youtube.com/watch?v=d8BbZhfmgfY&feature=player_embeddedIf you ask me this is just pedofood. Little kids shouldn't be modeling in things like this. Actually the "normal" age of 14-17 for some of the really big models doing poses and make-up as such is a bit unnerving to me. Where's the Mama?
almost 7 years ago
This is sick. We do not need to sexualize children. Is she grabbing her crotch?!
August 4, 2011
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Ahhhh I'm kind of disturbed. Her head looks... enormous on her body. Especially in that third picture. Kids that age should not look like that, have that much makeup, etc. TOO SOOOON.
THE INSIDE OF YOUR MIND,
This is just distrubing. Thats way to much makeup for a ten year old. Shes going to grow up to fast and then she wont have anything to look forward to.
August 5, 2011
I definitely agree that it's wrong to make a child grow up too quickly. However, (and some people are likely to disagree with me) I don't think that these pictures are particularly 'sexual'. She isn't wearing any revealing clothing, nor is she 'grabbing her crotch'. Overall, yes, she doesn't need to be wearing makeup or modeling for such a high end fashion magazine until she's older.
let children be children!i would give anything to go back to my childhood but i cant
I find this disturbing. Little girls like her shouldn't wear that much makeup and do those 'seductive' poses
Well, that's the rest of her life ruined!
She's so beautiful looking
This is why I do not read Vogue.. I mean fashion should be beautiful, not sick. That is way too much.
she's so cute but the whole look is just so wrong on her.... when i was ten i wore cheap clothes cus i'd outgrow them in a few months! :\
Hahaha It's probably all custom made :PYou can't get a 10-year-old to fit in Those clothes hahah xDShe has a beautiful face, but al that make up :(They should have made it more child appropriate..
Isn't Paris Vogue known to do some controversial editorials? If so, this doesn't really strike me as odd for Paris Vogue standards. Though, I do have to admit that it's very obvious that she's 10 years-old, unlike some of the slightly older models who could pass for early 20s. She's got lovely eyes though; if she continues to do modelling, I bet she'll be amazing when she's 18 or so.
Totally agree, it's the fact that she's so proffessional that that makes it even more akward..
I don't think the poses are sexy or seductive, yes the photos are probably a bit too old for her but she is beautiful and it's not like it's porn. She is clearly going to be a huge supermodel with those looks.
Exactly.And come on, pedofood? She could easily pass for an 18 year old, beats the entire point of pedophilia.
Well a size 0 is usually around a 22"-23" waist. That is the circumference of the average British 8 year old's waist. I'm not surprised they found clothes to fit her.
Her soulless eyes make me feel uncomfortable.
If I'm going to buy clothes, I want to see how they look like on a person my size, or at least my age (or older).
Too much make-up on such a young face. It doesn't look right to me. Some kids are into the whole dress-up thing and clump around in their mother's heels/clothes, that's fine but this is a little too weird for me. Gorgeous child but she should be wearing a stripey jumper and a dungaree skirt, fresh-faced and happy, not caked and pouty.
I understand, but a size 0 skirt would still be to long etc. It's just weird.
Since she's a model she's probably quite tall for her age, obviously still short for an adult but the petite section would probably fit her. Also, this is French Vogue, I'm sure they can fork out for some minor alterations.x
It's Vogue. Not H&Ms catalogue.
Off course, but hey, fashion people buy the kind of clothes that's in Vogue, and they are not ten years old.
i wonder what kind of parents they have..there's nothing wrong in starting of young in the industry but you really need to draw the line somewhere..these clothes are not revealing or vulgar but the hair and makeup is that suited to a grown up.
This is kinda dumb, considering most kids are pretty or cute. It's when they hit puberty that young'uns are separated from model material. So, basically, she's not very unique, as there are plenty of kids on a playground that could match her looks.
oh my - this is even worse! OK, she doesn't have anything here that a boy doesn't, but anyway...
this shit is fucking stupid.....who ever thought this was a great idea deserve to be chopped into little pieces and fed to Piranha's.
all that you're saying about her clothes is probably right, but shoes? European 35 is like 2 ½ in UK, and 5 in USA. Maybe that fits her? Or does she have smaller feet? Feels wierd to think about Louboutins in like size 2..?
TURKEY BUT LIVING IN CALIFORNIA,
i think it would have been cute if the clothes were too big on her maybe showing a little girl playing in her beautiful and sophisticated mothers clothing... but I don't think using a child so young actually captures the essence of youth and glamour accurately. I'm sure most children don't yearn to dress like this to their play dates.
I blame it on the mother (well, could be father, too) that probably says "You're going to be famous! This is fun! The appearance is everything!" and so on. This is child beauty competitions in fashion..
I think it's an awful idea. Even from a marketing point of view, this is only turning off their market audience. Stupid move, Vogue.
She's probably tall for her age since she's modelling so the petite ranges will most likely fit her. Also, shortening things are minor alterations I'm sure Vogue can manage. As for shoes, my ten year old sister and I have the same shoe size ad my feet haven't grown since I was 12. Even if they have to get her shoes that are a little smaller than average (which they might not because she's probably tall and 10 year old feet aren't that small) I'm sure it's not so small that they're impossible to find.
Hahah I really think they maybe customized a few things so it would fit her better.
I knoww I also saw it when I checked her out on google, it's crazy :O
I read about this earlier today. It's gross but weirdly I'm not surprised. Don't get me wrong, I know it's wrong and sick and shouldn't happen, but I'm completely aware of the sexualisation of children - which saddens me greatly - and I also get the impression that the fashion industry as always been nuts in a sometimes questionable way. A lot of the photos of her, the poses and things, are completely inappropriate.
Funnily enough, my style inspirations don't normally come from children..apart from Suri Cruise obviously. http://somefashionclout.blogspot.com
i think that she's extremely beautiful but that is just innapropriate.
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