Model Viktoria Kay’s bold fashion sense catches the eyes of many

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Viktoria Kay is very well-known throughout the world of fitness, fashion and beauty. With her stunning physique, she grabs the attention from anyone who lays eyes on her. Born in Budapest, Hungary and raised in Germany, Viktoria now lives in Los Angeles, California. She is continuously staying active on many social media platforms such as Instagram and YouTube. With her warm personality and distinctive style, Viktoria has made a name for herself in the fashion industry. With her consistent content, she has proven her fashion sense to the world. Furthermore, she monetizes her channels through try on hauls, product reviews, and more.

Viktoria Kay continuously leaves her followers stunned with each post that showcases her love for fashion, beauty, and fitness. If you were to take one look at any of her social platforms, she will leave you in awe. However, she is more than just

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Model Exposes Fat Suits She Was Made to Wear for Plus-Size Fashion Brands

A plus-size model has revealed that she was previously asked to wear padding to model larger clothes than her real size because companies wanted “the neck and the face to look really slim and sharp.”

“I’m a plus-sized model,” explained Karoline Bjørnelykke, adding that most brands she modelled for carried sizes between an XL and 5XL. “If you have eyes, you can see that I’m not that size.”

The model went on to share that for such jobs where she wasn’t the size needed to model the clothes, she would sport padding underneath the garments.

“I have to bring something called padding to work,” she explained, adding that it’s considered polite to do so. “Which basically is fat suits in pieces.”

In the clip, she showed herself placing the pieces over her body, stuffing them inside a girdle. “So you stuff it like this, which makes you look a lot

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Model pushes back against criticism of her ‘slanted eyes’

A Chinese model at the center of an ongoing controversy about beauty standards and Western stereotypes in China has clapped back at critics taking a jab at her “slanted eyes.”

Driving the news: The model, who goes by the professional name Cai Niang Niang, appeared in a 2019 ad for a local snack brand called Three Squirrels. Photos from that campaign recently resurfaced on Chinese social media, drawing criticism for its supposed negative portrayal of Chinese women.

  • The photos show Cai holding products from the company. One of them contained portraits of Mao Zedong printed on a bowl and a cup.

  • Critics reportedly argued that the photos were feeding into Western stereotypes about Chinese people, which, in this case, is having “slanted eyes.” Some also alleged that Three Squirrels violated advertising laws for using Mao’s images.

  • Some specifically criticized the company for making Cai’s eyes “more slanted” with makeup.

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St. Louis teen model takes fashion industry by storm

“We have many girls from St. Louis doing it big on the international modeling stage. She’s up next.”

ST. LOUIS — Aaliyah Buford, 17, a senior at McCluer South-Berkeley High School graduating next month, said she spent a lot of alone time last year during last year’s COVID-19 lockdown, reflecting on her career goals.

Coming from a theater background, Buford was used to being on stage and performing. However, she said she always had an interest in modeling, and others told her to pursue it.

About eight months ago, she said she responded to an open casting call she saw online hosted by local modeling development and management company, Mother Model Management. Its website says the company discovers aspiring talent, grooms them professionally and manages them with hopes of presenting them to various agencies for potential gigs and ad campaigns.

Buford’s mother, Archilla Buford, said she was hesitant at

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