To me sexy is the confident energy a person produces.
To me, sexy is the confident energy a person produces. Sexy is the comfortable feeling of being who you are. Sexy is not just having beautiful lips, legs and arms; its beyond that. Sexy is soul. ~ Karina Smirnoff
I adore the show The Mindy Project, I really do. It’s my little happy place for 22 minutes each week, not only because the writing and comic delivery of the actors is phenomenal, but also because I see a part of me in Mindy. Her character is exaggerated but I think a lot of women can identify with what Mindy struggles with, and have felt what she feels at least at one point during their lives. The show touches on mismatched relationships, hope for love, body, gender, and race issues, and quite frankly, just trying to move through life each day without acting on the desire to facepalm your way through every moment.
If you’ve seen or read interviews with Kaling, you get the impression that there is quite a lot of herself mirrored in her show character.
Plus-size models finally walk the runway at New York Fashion Week.
It’s about time! Considering the average North American woman has worn a size 14 for many years now, it’s perplexing as to why fashion houses still resist sending plus-size fashions down the runway. Yes, the fashion industry is known for being superficial and consistently argue that clothing only looks “right” on super thin models. However, if one considers the issue strictly from a bottom line perspective, it’s just plain bad business sense to sideline a huge portion of the population who does not wear a size 2!
Guess what, fashion designers – women who are bigger than a size 2 or even a size 12 have fashion sense, too, want to spend their money, too, and want to see their body type reflected on the runway, too! Finally, someone has come to their senses and woken up to the aforementioned facts. On September 6, 2013, Cabiria designer Eden Miller presented her plus-size Spring 2014 collection alongside five other handpicked designers as part of the Fashion Law Institute presentation at Lincoln Center.