Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Humor Chic Exclusive - Carine Roitfeld special Vogue Paris child abuse, The Perfect Gift for Pedophiles
After the publication of the special number of Vogue Paris in December, Carine Roitfeld handed in her resignation because, she said, when you reach the top of your profession, where things are always perfect, then it's time to change. We can’t find fault with Carine’s sublime reflection!
And in fact here at Humor Chic we’ve always supported her (No Baby Model), and decided to pay her homage by publishing the wonderful article that Vogue Paris produced this December to dispense advice about gift ideas to its cultivated and devoted readers.
But be careful, because the hand of Tom Ford signed this issue of Vogue and gave his backing to its creative development!
This demonstrates that when you reach such a high level of quality you have to reward it and above all show it off! And after seeing it, well, what can we say to our dear Carine? ... Perhaps that there was a lot of compulsion, strong compulsion, when she left!
You be the judge! Enjoy, everyone!
- To the Fashion Stylist of the article, dear Melanie Huynh, Junior Editor at French Vogue, who has recently also become a Mom! Congratulations on the styling ... truly a clever mom! Impeccable!
- To the generous M. Bernard Arnault, boss of the luxury group LVMH, for supporting his brands with this incredible visual masterpiece, and also to M.François-Henri Pinault who, with his Gucci PPR luxury group has certainly been no less supportive!
- And to all the other firms that provided their valuable jewelry and fashion rags, starting with: Louis Vuitton, Dior, Dior Horlogerie, Fendi, Celine, Loewe, Chanel Joaillerie, Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Cartier, Tiffany & Co, Burberry Prorsum, Lanvin, Chopard, Giorgio Armani, Versace, Balmain, Christian Loubotin, Sergio Rossi, Chaumet, Bucellati, Prada, Boucheron, Valentino, Jimmy Choo, Bulgari, Rolex, John Galliano, Bottega Veneta, Baccarat, Ray Ban, Van Cleef & Arpels....
Would you like to see little girls winking, made up and styled as if they were hookers in a bawdy house waiting for clients?
Or perhaps you prefer them with plunging necklines, flashing their thighs and tottering on 12 inch heels?
Or perhaps putting them in situations that suggest Sapphic games is more exciting, don’t you agree?
And what if you took them directly to the Pedophile gentlemen?
What do you think?
A big thank you to VOGUE Paris for this child abuse , glamour style!