I’m flying to NYC for fashion week. Like I posted earlier, I will only be attending one show (for plus sizes) and then I’m flying back to Los Angeles. I’ll be spending the night at my gay boyfriend’s house (Robert) and we’ll probably order in pizza and have girl time. Then my hair and makeup guru (Cody) will come over at 10 am and we’ll start that process. I’m going to wear a nude lace dress by Adrianna Papell (quickly becoming one of my favorite red carpet designers). My car will pick me up around 12:30 and take me to the show. There will be a VIP lunch afterwards and I’m really excited because I just found out that Caroline from Real Housewives of New Jersey will be there! I have a serious addiction to all of the “Real Housewife” shows. They are just so entertaining!!! I’m going to try to get a picture with her.
I am also waiting to see the designs for my tennis shoes. I’m kind of bummed that I don’t get to do it, but I don’t know anything about designing shoes, so they will forward me some ideas and then I give input and have the final say. I think that one of the designs is my SuperModel logo with pink crystals! I love girlie stuff. I’ve also been thinking about creating a Supermodel water. Something totally pink and fabulous, but packed with important things to keep a SuperModel running all over the world without getting exhausted, like I’ve been recently.
Yesterday I saw a commercial for Victoria’s Secret and the tag line was, “love your body”. At first I thought, “Oh my goodness, they’re using a plus girl, but then it panned out on several young girls who would look sick if it wasn’t for their spray tan and breast implants. I realized that Victoria’s Secret was telling me to love my body but my body doesn’t even remotely look like the body on the commercial. I stopped buying Victoria’s Secret several months ago because the items are manufactured in a foreign country and they’re made cheaply, but I am nothing but repulsed by their tae on what beauty is. I am sick of 16 year old girls in things telling me that I should look like them. I don;t want to look like them. I sincerely ask everyone to stop supporting VS until they use a girl who is at least size six. If you need suggestions on other places to shop then please ask, but from the bottom of my heart I believe that Victoria’s Secret is a crappy company that is destroying women’s self esteem and if we don’t put our foot down and stop buying their products then they will continue to cause lowered self esteem and a rise in eating disorders.