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In conversation: Casey Cadwallader and Mugler muse Eartheater As the legendary house debuts its latest collection, the two creative forces link up for a discussion on boring casting, catwalk diversity, and the power of clothes “The fact fashion has been championing just one kind of beauty for so long is kind of absurd. There’s so much out there to celebrate and you just keep celebrating people who are six feet tall and skinny a hundred years. I mean, give me a break” – Casey Cadwallader “The last 12 months of stagnation have been a massive challenge as far as staying fresh in myself and my psyche. I think what I’ve come to understand is that I’m a restless spirit, but I’ve been so grateful for the intimacy I’ve achieved with very close people in my life” – Eartheater Eartheater: Which is great for me – I’m not good at that modelly, fashion thing. I’m so bad at it, I can’t! (laughs)
In conversation: Casey Cadwallader and Mugler muse Eartheater As the legendary house debuts its latest collection, the two creative forces link up for a discussion on boring casting, catwalk diversity, and the power of clothes “The fact fashion has been championing just one kind of beauty for so long is kind of absurd. There’s so much out there to celebrate and you just keep celebrating people who are six feet tall and skinny a hundred years. I mean, give me a break” – Casey Cadwallader “The last 12 months of stagnation have been a massive challenge as far as staying fresh in myself and my psyche. I think what I’ve come to understand is that I’m a restless spirit, but I’ve been so grateful for the intimacy I’ve achieved with very close people in my life” – Eartheater Eartheater: Which is great for me – I’m not good at that modelly, fashion thing. I’m so bad at it, I can’t! (laughs)
What did you think about the collection tho? I’ve seen a lot of hype but not one words about the clothes...
What did you think about the collection tho? I’ve seen a lot of hype but not one words about the clothes...
I’m into it. The strength for me is the balance of skin and fabric, nice moments where the skin is exposed, especially where it’s held back, makes it strangely more sexy. Colours are a nicely muted neon too. The more sporty looks are my favourite I think. But the dress that Hunter Schafer wears is the stand out, love that curved cut at the top part of the body.
I’m into it. The strength for me is the balance of skin and fabric, nice moments where the skin is exposed, especially where it’s held back, makes it strangely more sexy. Colours are a nicely muted neon too. The more sporty looks are my favourite I think. But the dress that Hunter Schafer wears is the stand out, love that curved cut at the top part of the body.
Why is it that when we want to look sexy, our first instinct is to wear something shorter? Or tighter? Or with a lower-cut neckline? I'm speaking generally, of course, but this has become a common impulse. The words "covering up" don't really have that alluring ring to them. So instead, we opt to show a bit more skin. In fact, it is possible to dress flirtatiously without wearing something overly revealing. (Care to join us, Kendall and Rihanna?) I sought out the professional advice of my beauty parlor manager, who shared with us her top tips for looking sexy without showing off all the goods. like we can wearing, Have Faith In A Summertime Sweater,Work a Men's Shirt,Wear Sheer Fabric to Show Off Skin Without Exposing It,Pantsuits, please don't mind
Why is it that when we want to look sexy, our first instinct is to wear something shorter? Or tighter? Or with a lower-cut neckline? I'm speaking generally, of course, but this has become a common impulse. The words "covering up" don't really have that alluring ring to them. So instead, we opt to show a bit more skin. In fact, it is possible to dress flirtatiously without wearing something overly revealing. (Care to join us, Kendall and Rihanna?) I sought out the professional advice of my beauty parlor manager, who shared with us her top tips for looking sexy without showing off all the goods. like we can wearing, Have Faith In A Summertime Sweater,Work a Men's Shirt,Wear Sheer Fabric to Show Off Skin Without Exposing It,Pantsuits, please don't mind
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