Gabor Pushkor on Emily Ratajkowski: She doesn’t move me, if I kick her, she will move me
By the radio operator’s own admission, the ’90s models come with more.
Gaborik Pushkor The other day they also talked about the September cover of Vogue on their radio show, where the iconic models of the 90s, Cindy CrawfordAnd Naomi CampbellAnd Christy Turlington And Linda Evangelista They stand next to each other. “They are still, in a sense, real models,” said the radio announcer on the broadcast.
Real characters and personalities. There are still beautiful, really, very beautiful women today. Emily Ratajkowski, Bella or Gigi Hadid, Gisele Bundchen or Balvin Barbie, you can list them. Universal beauty, or beauty in uniform, I don’t even know how to put it
– said Bochkor, and then explained that, in his opinion, in the 90s, models were selected on the basis of other criteria, with whom it was possible to sell products, clothes and create some kind of sense of life. It is believed that since then not only the modeling profession has changed a lot, but also fashion, the concept of beauty, and the public.
Somehow they move me. Ratajkowski doesn’t move me. Ratajkowski will make me roll if I’m drunk
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