"Forever Beautiful"

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Posted by HSG on August 09, 2004 at 04:00:29:

In Reply to: The Elena Miro art gallery posted by Melanie W. on July 26, 2004 at 23:37:22:

It's true--no image could more perfectly capture the realization of our fondest dreams and greatest hopes than that little snapshot. Think of it: A group of people standing before a poster of Barbara Brickner entwined with two goddesses in Regnault's 19th-century painting, The Three Graces (which was itself a reinterpretation, with paint and brush, of a work of Classical sculpture)--admiring it and being inspired by it, exactly as they would be by the original painting, or the sculpture that preceded it. A modern audience seeing a living plus-size model bring the Classical ideal to life in our own day and age--an ideal of Beauty which has lasted since the dawn of Western civilization.

It is everything that we knew timeless feminine beauty could achieve--and more.

Still the greatest plus-size retailer in the world, Elena Miro deserves limitless accolades for creating this most inspired of all advertising campaigns. No, more than a campaign--a philosophy in images; a true aesthetic restoration.

Linked below is our archive page, containing the complete, translated texts of all of the Elena Miro material pertaining to this magnificent project.

Barbara Brickner--a beauty for all time:

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