Vogue UK declared in its latest issue cleavage is out of style. But many do not is in favour of style bibles bold commentary on female body parts.
“Is the cleavage over? “— Nathalie De Bisschop (@ nathaliedb) November 3, 2016
Seriously Vogue ?! How can you be ‘over’ a bodytype?
Shame on you. https :// t.co/ C5RCVvBetc
Vogue says cleavage is “over” …— Kate Martin (@ K810Mt) November 3, 2016
I don’t believe my daughters will take too kindly to that declaration.
Out of all the articles I’ve read in Vogue, the most RIDICULOUS one yet must continue to be Vogue declaring that cleavage is “dead”.— Erika (@ itserikahanson) November 2, 2016
Playboy cover girl and talk demonstrate host Coco Austin told FOX4 11 Vogues declaration is outlandish.
Really? So, is that telling Marilyn Monroe, Jane Mansfield, Sofia Loren, Bridgette Bardot merely to name a few are out, too? As long as men are alive, cleavage will never play out, Austin told. Those people that are writing the story probably dont have much to work with and are trying to create something in their heads to build themselves feel better.
Maxim’s Deputy Digital Editor Patrick Carone echoed Austins comments.
“Like the pyramids, Stonehenge, or Anthony Weiners unlimited texting plan, cleavage isnt “re going away”. Wise up, Vogue! “
Managing Editor of Paper Magazine Abby Schreiber was contended that women have the right to decide what they want to uncover. Paper famously featured Kim Kardashian fully nude in photos that “broke the Internet.”
I think its up to the individual female what she wants to wear or not wear, Schreiber told us. And although, yes, there have been recent trends that emphasize more modest dressing, if a woman wants to show scalp, thats up to her and she shouldnt be made to feel embarrassed or ashamed of her options or be … stereotyped in any way because of them.”
Modeling agency Maggie, Inc. President Robert Casey responded to the backlash Vogue received on social media. He said the no bust trend is not offensive or body shaming.
A trend away from cleavage is right in line with the body acceptance movement, there is an entire industry that banks on females feeling inferior about their cleavage and peddling products to push/ pull/ fill/ prod/ boost their breasts to appear to have a perfectly ample bosom.
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