French Vogue Puts Crystal Renn And Uncle Terry In A Food-Filled Room

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We don't really want to give anyone the satisfaction of being shocked by the French Vogue shoot involving Crystal Renn, Terry Richardson, and a "gluttony" theme. But we'll at least look at it.

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We get — or we guess — what Carine Roitfeld's going for with the spread, entitled "Festin," which translates to "Banquet." It's excess in all forms, some kind of in-your-face commentary on the Weight Discussion and — given that she went with Uncle Terry's single trick — overt sexuality.


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Analyze it if you want; we're not sure it's worth the trouble.


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Oh, and bonus points for also offending vegetarians and those of us who used to enjoy boudin noir!


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And did we mention the eeloctopus? Yeah, there's an octopus. It's bonus sensuality!


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As Stylite observes, Roitfeld has pulled all kinds of stunts for the mag's 90th anniversary, from child models to gratuitous boob shots, perhaps in an attempt to show the venerable mag can still push buttons and boundaries. And to this we say: Congrats, French Vogue! You don't look — or act — a day over 19.

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DISCUSSION

Sadisticbeez
Sadisticbeez

What do you mean - "offensive to vegetarians"?

Just because you guys chose to not eat some things, I don't see why mainstream media should have to keep meat out.

So fashion magazines cater to vegetarians' needs now? What about my need to see some succulent meat? (Granted, it could look better than here...)

You know what, I'm offended by religion - but it's everywhere and I deal fine.