An enticing "teaser" for a fashion show

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Posted by HSG on October 29, 2004 at 00:50:16:

In Reply to: LB holiday fashion show posted by Chad on October 27, 2004 at 15:59:26:

The clip that is available online zips by in a flash of lightning-quick cuts, making it seem rather like a motion-picture trailer. And if that is indeed what it is--a "teaser" for a longer version of the fashion show, which will be broadcast in Lane Bryant stores nationwide--then it would be worth visiting one's nearest LB outlet to view a full-length edition of this exciting event (and to see if any of the lovely images from the Holiday magalog have been converted into store posters).

Who needs celebrities? This fashion show is a thrilling presentation, with attractive styles, a touch of audacity, and terrific attitude from the models. And that's exactly what the show focusses on (and rightly so)--i.e., the models, and their wardrobe, and not some overpriced and untrustworthy Hollywood "entertainers."

The white backdrop is reminiscent of the first Cacique event (which was a simple, but extremely effective presentation), and--commendably--it appears that Lane Bryant did not restrict itself to using faux-plus girls for this show, but included several models with genuinely curvaceous proportions. The theme of "softness" that distinguished the company's Holiday promo was apparent here as well.

Applause, curtain call, for everyone involved.

All in all, this has been a banner year for Lane Bryant, with several notable triumphs, and only a few misses. Let's hope that this upward trend contnues . . .

Steamy, seductive, sensational new test image of Casey (Wilhelmina):

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