The Morning Glitter
lets talk about, the female body and social media shall we? I am not one to put down a woman's body no matter what shape or size she is but there are a lot of people who do that ....unfortunately a lot of people judge a book by it's cover. Which can be somewhat disturbing considering you should always try and get to know the person first before you make a call. Unfortunately again this happens a lot, especially on social media. Something that I have had a love and hate relationship with personally.
I see it way to often influencers super charging there bodys to make them self look very very unattainable. I always think the idea of a good influencer should be to educate their audience so that they should live a healthy and clean lifestyle no matter what size they are. Yes I know that in the fashion industry we all use size 8 and 10 models and everything gets photoshopped, some images more than others. But that is on a commercial level where the brand is trying to sell their products to there demagrapic. The influencer shouldn't be using lightroom on there phones and smoothing there skin out and making there boobs look bigger etc. I think they should be leaving everything as it is shot to show their true self.
Yes I photoshop my own images some more than others, the reason for that is to make everything look easier on the eye and bringing it to a level of professionalism that the industry is not only renowned for but expects.
So on that note this swim editorial for LaMode, the first of what will be many shoot in Australia in the coming months, namingly in the Gold Coast, Sydney and anywhere else I can travel too, showcasing Australia's amazing swim brands and to die for models.
Makeup Artist-Holly Fraser
LaMode is a global online magazine in a blog style format, or what I would like to call a blogZine. With a focus on Fashion, Swimwear and Culture editorials. LaMode Magazine is not seasonal with it's editorials because we like to shoot imagery that is on point to what we think will entertain you as the reader with our point of view.