The victory of curves

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Posted by HSG on December 27, 2004 at 21:55:13:

In Reply to: Charlotte C.: one for the fans posted by Emily on December 27, 2004 at 20:28:05:

How wonderful to see that Charlotte exhibits the pear-shaped (or "cello-shaped") figure that is the true Classical ideal, and that is the hallmark of the industry’s greatest models (Barbara, Valerie, Shannon Marie, etc.). One could exhaust all superlatives attempting to describe her beauty, but in the final analysis, no words can do her images justice.

The top is marvellous, showing off Charlotte’s lovely shoulders and arms, and many readers of this site have commented on how much they enjoy the "waist sashes" that are all the rage this season (especially in pink--but how interesting to see one in black, in this case).

What we especially love about this pose, apart from the feeling of exultation that it communicates, is that the "V" shape of the model’s arms suggests . . . victory. A victory for curves, A victory for femininity. A victory for self-love over self-doubt. A victory over the tyranny of diet-starvation and exercise-torture.

A victory for Beauty.

Here is another new image of Charlotte C. at Torrid, which shows her adopting a Victoria's Secret attitude. But the "V for Victory" pose may never be surpassed:

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