July Catalog: Behind the Scenes in Austin

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The first day of shooting in Austin was a blast – we shot at the Mohawk Room with the Happen-Ins, and models Ashley Smith, Anastasia Khodkina and Jessica Mau took turns pretending to be in the band. Ashley was a natural on the guitar and Anastasia blew us away with her rockstar energy! With Alexandra Valenti making magic behind the lens, it was a day of live music and fun in the company of friends.

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Taylor -July 14, 2011, 6:00PM

It must be a really cool feeling to know the meaning behind these pictures. You know what was going on during the time when these photographs were being taken. You have a different aura when you look at these than anyone else. I hope to one day be apart of something like this. This catalog must be like a scrapbook for you! Very exciting!
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vikki -July 15, 2011, 7:19AM

Thank you for featuring a model with a natural body shape and breasts!!!! PLEASE can we see more Ashley Smith!!! she is by far one of the best models I have seen FP use. Usually they are too thin! she looks healthy & FREE of an eating problem

Stargirl -July 15, 2011, 1:31PM

The clothes are amazing! This makes me want to go to Austin even more so than I already did!

anna -July 15, 2011, 11:55PM

This is one of my favorite catalogs so far!

Ruby -July 18, 2011, 9:30AM

While your models do have breasts, they are not the average American female, as the average female these days is a size 14 – 16.

Dani -July 30, 2011, 12:44PM

Just because a girl is thin, does NOT mean she has an eating disorder. Nor does the fact that she doesn’t have “breasts”. It’s called genetics, people. By saying someone that is size 14-16 is “average” is insulting to the girls smaller than that, and the bigger girls, too. So because we don’t fit into that category, that means we aren’t normal, or average? Please. Ignorance is not flattering.

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