There's nothing particularly captivating about the photo. A model in a cropped tank-top and hot pants, or perhaps it's a skirt? The model is sitting straight with both legs bending to her right, her feet arched as if she's in five-inch stilettoes, although it's a pair of ballerina pumps she's wearing.
Nothing striking, indeed, except for the fact that the model in question was a child. Yes, a child, not even a tween, not even a teenager. She's barely 10, and now she's in crotch-squeezing bottoms that many mothers wish would disappear from their daughters' wardrobe.
I wouldn't consider myself a conservative, it's not likely that you can be one if you work in fashion. I'm fine with a number of things that many people would raise their eyebrows at, even the use of underage models that many international glossies have set a bar against.
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