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« : 06 Октябрь 2022, 04:31:30 »

Former Fashion Photographer Calls Out Industry for Portrayal of Women as ‘Corpses’



The depiction of women across the media is something currently facing a lot of scrutiny. Now, a prolific former fashion photographer, Jennifer Moss, has spoken out on the issue, addressing how she feels women are often fetishized like “corpses” during photoshoots.To get more news about 国产精品网站, you can visit our official website.
Upon studying modern fashion magazines, Moss says she is trying to understand the reasoning behind the decision by so many creative directors and photographers, in positioning and portraying women as what she describes as “corpses.” She went on to categorize her findings into four categories:

Firstly, women are shown to be scared or victimized. She references Marc Jacobs’ 2014 campaign, which featured a defeated looking Miley Cyrus, while a woman lies lifeless next to her.Secondly, Moss says, women are often positioned in a sexual manner. For example, they are either undressed, lying provocatively on a bed, have their legs spread, or a combination of all three.

Next she suggested females are presented as childlike. That is, they are positioned “using submissive body language to represent weakness with their eyes looking away.”

Speaking to the BBC, she said, “As a female, as a mother of a daughter and as a consumer what’s most alarming to me is the advertisements where the female is depicted as a dead body.”

It’s not all bad though, with movements like Time’s Up and Me Too, Moss says she’s noticed positive changes in fashion campaigns, and hopes the trend continues.
French luxury brand Dior has come under fire in China after showing a photo that was “smearing Asian women”, according to state media.
The photograph, which was part of the Lady Dior exhibition held at the West Bund Art Centre in Shanghai, shows an Asian woman dressed in a traditional costume and holding a Lady Dior bag. State-owned newspaper Beijing Daily slammed the photo with the headline: “Is This the Asian Woman in Dior’s Eyes?”
China Women’s News, a newspaper run by the semi-government body All-China Women’s Federation, said in an editorial on Wednesday that both Dior and the photographer’s aesthetic tastes have “gone too far”.

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