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February 03, 2010

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Nickysragtales

I so agree with this whole article. While not wanting to say horrible things about a bright 13 year old it's hard to see how relevant she can be in terms of influence. Perhaps Catwalk is the New School?

jane

Don't think I would want my daughter to be entering that world at such a young age. I just hope it doesn't put her off for life!

middleagedad.com

why has the 13 year old got the grey hair and the 60 year old the dark brown hair?

jane

It's a fashion thing !!

amanda

Pastel hair Daahhrliiing, is the colour de jour....(didn't it used to be called a 'blue rinse')

Sue Evans

Sorry, but just what does a 13 year old child ( for that is what she is) bring to the world of fashion other than she likes to dress up ( didn't we all at 13 ?) and yes, she looks cute. But to me it's about the same as a fanatically nerdy know-his-stuff 13 year football supporter being given the best seat at the cup final. And if I ever found her in my front row seat, I wouldn't be Tweeting or Twittering, I'd be roaring !! Like a lot of over-hyped digital-age stuff, my guess is poor old Tavi will soon be discarded like last year's frock. How sad to be a has-been at 13 .....

Danielle

sitting on the fence here (well not actually) - on the one hand i think she looks stupid and manufactured and way too coordinated for a 13 year old - if i thought that it was entirely her own styling then maybe it's cool and no different from multiple piercings and pink spikey hair which you could argue looks stupid too - however I am very suspicious of any parent that is happy for a child this age to be thrust into the limelight and put on a pedestal like some guru.....utterly shameful and equally shameful that the fashion pack pander to it all.

Electronic Cigarette

Now thats a bow!

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