Jennifer Lopez and her bootilicious bod grace a fashion spread in Vogue magazine. Is this the shape of things to come in the fashion industry bible now that it’s dedicated to promoting healthier models?
The fashion industry has been under pressure for years to steer clear of too-thin models. But advocates of healthy looking models have had little luck changing designer tastes for ever thinner models.
Check out JLo’s photos; click to enlarge.
Jennifer Lopez Bootilicious in Vogue (Click Photos to Enlarge!)
Earlier this week, supermodel Trya Banks, 38, was the latest fashion icon to remark on the unhealthy fashion trend. “Today you are expected to be a size zero. When I started out, I didn’t know such a size even existed,” she said in an open letter to models published in The Daily Beast.
Vogue editor Anna Wintour has been slow to join a growing movement among fashion editors to put an end to “thinspirational” photo shoots with rail thin models.
But she finally joined 19 other editors at Vogue editions around the world in a pledge to promote healthier looking models.
“With Vogue’s new mandates, things, I hope, will now change for the better,” Banks wrote.
Lopez, 43, poses in a variety of swimsuits for leading fashion photographer Mario Testino. There’s nothing thin about her. Check out her hot photos.