Friday, 24 June 2011

We love you ... but why did you have to transform your bodies that much !

Thierry Mugler used to be a cool guy ...

Today , you shouldn't mess up with him !

Today Karl enjoys Magnum Ice-creams... or to take care of his muse Baptiste while he is holding his"Ice-cream"... But Unkle Karl should remember how long it took him to get rid off those extra kilos !

In 2001 , Karl Lagerfeld dropped 92 pounds in 13 months. Never one to miss a lucrative opportunity, Lagerfeld, who has designed for Chanel since 1983, codified his diet secrets in book form. Since its 2004 publication, The Karl Lagerfeld Diet has sold nearly 200,000 copies in Europe and Asia. It has to be a sort of punishment," the German-born Lagerfeld tells Ingrid Sischy in a prefatory interview. A dieter, he tells her, must submit to his own martial law: "You are a general and you have a single soldier in your army. You must give him instructions and he must carry them out. It may annoy him but he has no choice." Isn't it a bit extreme... ???

Marc used to be a bit over-weighted...
Today Marc is hot and proud of his body ! He loves to show off his tattoo and We are so happy that he loves to do so ! I remember melting in the lobby when I was working at Louis Vuitton headquarter in Paris ! The few times I met Marc I just couldn't take my eyes off of his good figures ! but still... we liked the old Marc too !
MJ secret is here ! Look at this video from a documentary about Louis Vuitton by Loic Prigent :

I personally think I will keep on supporting the Mulleavy sisters! I must say I love these girls. They are talented beyond belief: at least two people who can do more then design leggings and t-shirts. I just can't believe what Vogue did back in April an article about the Rodarte designers asking them to LOOSE WEIGHT! It wasn’t their idea! Vogue has often chronicled staff members battle with weight (hmmmm….Andre Leon Talley). However this is the first time they have gone beyond their inner-circle. And now many are saying they stepped over the line when they called out the Mulleavy sisters as ‘fat slobs.’

Anyways ... Weight is a complicated and tricky topic in the fashion industry and I still believe anyone should be able to make their own decisions ... but just think they shouldn't forget who they are and what brought them to their first passion : design... !


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