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3 Responses to “Separated At Birth: Amanda Seyfried and Dakota Fanning”
I’m sorry, but this made me laugh so hard, not because they look the same, or because she reminded me of Little Red Riding Hood…but because it was a little dig at Dakota. Her sister, Elle, and her have infuriated me( really through no fault of their own just their agents and managers and personal desires for more P.R. and the love of Marc Jacobs and free clothes) but BECAUSE of Marc Jacobs’ ads that now include them. Elle is what? 14?? Her sister isn’t even of drinking age yet either is she? Don’t get me wrong, <3 Marc Jacobs, absolutely think he's genius and I adore his clothes( sometimes more than what I think is healthy) but how can such a GENIUS, think women, adult women, want to see a 14 year old girl staring back at them, no matter how sub- conscious it may be for some women with a better/healthy sense of body image than I, saying " If you buy Marc Jacobs you'll have a pre- pubescent thin body like, me. And you should. If you wear these clothes you'll be closer to it." I know they try to be artsy over at Marc Jacobs Inc. h the attitude AND smarts only a woman can posses, not doe-eyed little girls. Just sayin'. (And yes I am aware models are often discovered in their teenage years and the obsession media, especially the fashion industry has with youth blahblahblahhh.)
Love this, so dead on. It’s brings me back to the Zooey Deschanel and Katy Perry comparison (pre-blue/green/purple hair). Also my dream is to have Angelina Jolie, Mila Kunis and Sarah Hyland all play mother/sister/daughter all in the same film .