Givhan, Robin. "Citizen Models." The Washington Post 11 October 2005, C01. Fashion Editorial Review.
In "Citizen Models," Robin Givhan portrays John Galliano's spring runway show as an extreme makeover to runway expectations. He set his show against a backdrop that called to mind the confluence of a carnival sideshow and a burlesque theater. Each model was chosen for her/his unusual physical attributes, from the Thumbelina-size woman to the beanpole, tiny, old men. Galliano played off the extremes of humanity in a celebration of diversity. "It was fashion taking on some of its worst biases: fat, old, and ugly." The audience had been given an invitation to stare and gawk at the human-…
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