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The supermodel with a wise word



Since the last elimination, the mood in the house was lethargic to say the least; Krystal had been a popular, cheerful housemate and her presence was sorely missed. At around noon, the sound of stiletto heels could be heard on the penthouse steps as the elevator doors opened...

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"Hi ladies!" Mae chuckled as the girls sat up, suprised that their host and mentor had popped in for a visit. "How're are you all? Let's all meet on the sofas!"

Mae made herself and the girls a pot of tea as she sat down, sipping from a teacup in a rather British manner (much to Emmeline's delight).

"So girls what's going down? I've visited today because, well I know how you guys felt when we eliminated Krystal, she's a lovely girl but like I said, this is a competition and each week somebody must go home. But that's besides the point, I'm here to answer any questions about the modelling world, advice, tips, anything! And also, I feel like I need to get to know you guys a bit better, after all, the new face of Fleur de Lys needs personality in addition to beauty! So come on hit me, whose first?"

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Mae gave a bashful grin. "I grew up in a rather modest family, and both of my parents are painfully bashful. My first nude shoot was for designer Celia Hudson, I wore nothing but a diamond necklace and to tell you the truth, I was sooo nervous. But after I saw the final print, there was nothing really exposed and it felt rather liberating; the female form when in the right type of photoshoot is actually really beautiful, and there isn't anything seedy about it all. On the flipside though, I've rejected quite a few offers from 'lads-mag' type photoshoot, I just think they're really not my thing. In that sense I think high fashion nudity is completely different to glamour modelling."
Fleur nodded her head, offering a petite smile. "I understand completely -my views are rather similar to yours, I think. I could never see myself doing something for a lads-mag, but...high-fashion? I think I'd give it a go. Thank you, Mae."
"The big difference I think is the chief objective of such campaigns; high fashion is about beauty, and admiring haute couture as a crucial element of fashion. However, glamour seems to be based around men looking at these images because the women look attractive, it's all a little primitive in my opinion."