Lately I have been receiving issues of Vogue and Glamour magazine in the mail, even though I never ordered a subscription to these magazines and not really interested in what rich, thin anorexics are wearing this season.
The Zedushka (Babushka's dear partner) look at the photo of Adele on Vogue cover and said, "that young lady looks very healthy, she doesn't look anorexic at all!"
Adele said about herself, after a comment from a fashion designer that she was "too fat," saying, "I've never wanted to look like models on the cover of magazines," the 23-year-old told People. "I represent the majority of women and I'm very proud of that."
So it appears that Vogue and Glamour magazine have decided to feature a celebrity that the overwhelming majority of women can identify with from the way she looks. She's a beautiful woman but not super tall or super thin, and she is a very talented singer.
I don't understand why Vogue and Glamour have decided to send me a subscription since I am so not the type to want to read their magazine. Maybe they are in trouble, and the skinny sticks they think women want to look like are not appealing, and have decided to feature an artist with a more normal body type.
If this is a trend, it's a good trend. Maybe young women will want to all look like Adele instead of Kate Moss. That would be something to see.
Meanwhile I won't throw away the issues that Vogue and Glamour send me for free, I can donate them to the salon where I get my nails done.