Previously, previously, previously, previously.
I'm really hoping the heads were animatronic, and the eyes blinked and moved around the room as the model walked. Otherwise, what's the point?
the dehumanisation of women maybe?
While I suspect that the individuals involved don't see it that way, it strikes me as being particularly horrible that women have become chimeric "living dolls" with this... Personally, I like women to just be, you know, women - in all their natural beauty.
Then one would assume that a photo shoot of a hair/fashion show wouldn't be to your liking, with or without giant awesomely creepy heads.
So without clothes, or, for example, without the benefit of modern dentistry and medicine?
One extreme is no more desirable then the other.
it would be to my liking! dehumanized or not. isn't that the point sometimes?
i want one - or two! aiyah!
I wonder how heavy those were to wear..hmmm....
I think the goofy dancing dudes are almost as entertaining as the bobbleheads.
It's good to see that they figured out how to make a live action "Bratz" production.
I have six year old daughter. Sadly,I know there is a live action Bratz dvd-several actually. Unfortunately, none of them are as cool as the video above. .
so the redhead is supposed to Vivienne Westwood?
also with this "Debut" hair thing at dna be having giant doll head models?
those male dancers (especially the long blonde haired one) are terrible!