Anja Rubik & Lily Donaldson were lensed by Mario Testino for this September 2010 Allure magazine feature on the pros and cons of naturally beautiful aging.
Tom Ford, another of those men who truly loves women, is guest editor of the Christmas 2010 issue of Vogue Paris.
Although the ‘new’ Tom Ford looks like he’s seen his own medical aesthetics doctor recently, Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld says the issue will have a major feature on mature women who have resisted plastic surgery. “He (Ford) very much likes beautiful wrinkles,” says Roitfeld. via WWD
Baby boomers received more than 1.1 million injections of Botox and hyaluronic acid in 2009, a 15 percent increase over the year before, according to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Injectables such as Restylane, Juvederm and Radiesse range from $345 to $800 a syringe, depending on the doctor and city. Having between four and eight syringes isn’t unusual for an older woman.
Reading now the Tom Ford interview in the current US Vogue, he does acknowledge his British dermatologist Nick Lowe, MD.
Crystal Renn and Tom Ford Prefer ‘Au Naturel’
How fascinating! Just yesterday we posted Crystal Renn’s saucy comments about enjoying the feeling of not wearing underwear.
Tom Ford tells Vogue: “The seventies is what I love. Soft, touchable beauty is what I love. I want to be touching the skin; I prefer no bra — I want to be able to slip in my hand.”
Oh Tom! Can you imagine Karl Lagerfeld making such a statement!
I rest my case to Victoria’s Secret: we are TIRED of bombing up the world. We want to be Snake Charmers not bombshells. Glad to see that Tom Ford agrees with me. Anne
Anja Rubik & Lily Donaldson | Mario Testino | September 2010 Allure