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There's an article in The London Times worshiping cats in fashion. Its author, the novelist Emma Forrest, deems cats as the most stylish animal, and
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There's an article in The London Times worshiping cats in fashion. Its author, the novelist Emma Forrest, deems cats as the most stylish animal, and
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There's an article in The London Times worshiping cats in fashion. Its author, the novelist Emma Forrest, deems cats as the most stylish animal, and claims that cat-like women are the sexiest women. Forrest uses Irina K.'s recent success as evidence of feline supremacy, "the 16-year-old Russian has a snub nose, shortened upper lip and upward-tilted eyes." But she fails to mention Jessica Stam or Kate Moss. We think they fit the cat-like profile more than Irina, and they've been around for much longer. She also says that agencies are done with alien like girls and want "cats" instead. But we think model trends are cyclical. Maybe cat-like girls this year, waifs next year ( isn't Irina K. just another waif, anyway?) And there are always a few girls who don't fit into any category and we usually like them best. General trends among models on the runway change as much as the clothes they wear. We think of cats as lazy more than as a "symbol of dark secrets and neurosis," as Forrest suggests. But the author has two cats, a cat print above her desk, and a cat tattoo on her shoulder. She's also fond of photographing herself stretching half-naked in cat poses. So maybe this is just a beasty case of loving the models that look like you? --BRITT ABOUTALEB