I saw this program on TOM FORD.
While Mr. Ford was interviewed, he talked about how American society is very collagen-injected and quite “pumped up”. He was doing a guest editorial for VOGUE and photographed this model with pumped up EVERYTHING…
Pumped up tits.
Pumped up lips.
Pumped up cheek bones.
He talked about how sad it was that women seemed to be looking the same. Their perception of style was that old is out and youth is eternally beautiful. In order to maintain that youthful look in their 40’s and 50’s, they MUST inject pig fat into their eyebrows and forever looked surprised.
This gave me pause about style in Second Life. I’ve always been a proponent of diversifying assets, and depicting a variety. And I can’t help being reminded of one of the last times I was ‘out and about’ in SL… I saw this woman with what looked to be collagen-injected lips. I mean, she looked like a porn star gone WRONG. Horribly -Joan Rivers- wrong.
But surely she thought she looked good? Like Playboy Bunny good.
I dunno. Why is youth so fucking beautiful?
skin: PULSE. Mystere Skin Tone 2 – No. 12
eyes: Umedama Holic. GS Eye – black pearl
hair: Analog Dog. Ais – onyx
top: COCO. Balloon Blouse – black
bottom: BOOM. High Hot Pants – red
heels: Gos. Platform Pumps – just black
nylons: No.9 Nylons. High Pantyhose – back seam
nose ring: Vaughan’s. Bride of Sian with Indu Chakra
bracelets: Shade Throne. Heroin Bracelet – gold
scarf: Zaara. Pashmina Shawl – berry blue