Despite the diversity discussion off the runway this season, it seems Spring 08's golden girl is literally the fairest of them all, at least if we're going by ad pages. Anja Rubik, 22, has racked up the most campaigns so far, including Valentino, Oscar de la Renta, Belstaff, DSqared, H&M, The Gap, and Neiman Marcus' art of fashion special. She's very cool and very gorgeous, and resembles something of a fairy princess built from stone. Like Mariacarla Boscono two years before, her new campaign rocket seems to come partly from a gutsy decision to chop off all her hair. We suspect a close second in the campaign race will be another Fashionista favorite, Jessica Stam, who's also blonde, pale, and stop-your-tracks gorgeous. Meanwhile, blondie Vlada R. racked up some of the most runway miles during Fashion Week [Supermodels.nl rated her at the top of the pack, but BryanBoy did a very thorough investigation and totaled Kasia Strauss as the winner]. Regardless, both have skin that's practically see-through, and eyes to match - just like Lily Donaldson and Snejana, both of whom also stomped many miles this season. We really love Anja, and Stam, and we're thrilled to see their new ads. But the diversity discussion of the past three months seems like the skinny discussion of last year - talk that seems to send action in the opposite direction. But there is one blonde style star who's going for a change - Sarah Jessica Parker, whose reddish brown hair is new, yet constantly photographed around New York.
Despite the diversity discussion off the runway this season, it seems Spring 08's golden girl is literally the fairest of them all, at least if we'r