23 thoughts on “Cantwalk Models

      1. Sam

        What would be an adequate comparison?
        Video of Lewis Hamilton struggling to get a car out of a driveway, because it was deisgned by Tim Burton for a ‘Cat in the Hat’ movie?

        Can’t off the top of my head think of a comparable incidence showing ‘people who do this for a living’ being repeatedly frustrated attempting something otherwise mundane, by the absence of practicality in the designer’s mind.

        1. ahjayzis

          Perhaps someone who works in Cafe Kylemore manning the toast station, burning the toast at home?

          Or a beautician who specialises in false eyelashes glueing his on upside down.

          Or a child being trafficked into slavery.

          Either way it’s all awful watching. Shame on you BS

          1. Sam

            Or a beautician who specialises in false eyelashes glueing his on upside down.

            That’s simple incompetence. What’s going on with the models is that they’re contractually obliged to wear the daft clothes given to them, designed by someone else, and it’s bad advertising for the designer. When you see someone screwing up makeup, you think – wow, they don’t know what they’re doing.
            When I see one model fall over walking in shoes like that it’s the shoes that I find ridiculous.
            I don’t think I’d do a better job of walking in the same shoes.
            I do think that almost anybody would do a better job of designing shoes that someone can safely walk around in.

            Or a child being trafficked into slavery.
            How is that anyway comparable?

  1. Mr. T.

    Shallow industry populated by self obsessed damaged types who constantly crave attention and praise which is usually a subconscious life enduring need to impress a long deceased over-bearing parent.

    You know it’s true.

  2. Soundings

    Is Chomsky having difficulty sticking to his or her January diet, and feels the need, the need for schadenfreude.

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