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Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Jenny Shimizu T-Shirts

You know you want 'em. Go get 'em.

Monday, 29 November 2010

Jenny Shimizu interview on

"I do not own a TV and I haven’t had one in years. I find it to be very addictive. The value of reality TV might be that we get off on living vicariously through characters we normally would not meet.

"I’m impressed by anyone who succeeds in this business and manages to keep sane. I have so much respect for Ellen, Portia and people who generate inspiration and goodness."

"Readers will be surprised to know that I am in bed by 10 pm almost every night.  Earlier, if I have a lover."

"I don’t really want a reaction from people. All I want to do is be myself and be an inspiration to be comfortable in your own skin."

Read the full interview on CherryGrrl.

Sunday, 28 November 2010

Jenny Shimizu for Vogue Italia, 1993

Magazine: Vogue Italia, 1993
Photographer: Steven Meisel
Jenny Shimizu's agency at the time: Elite
Source: Unknown

Friday, 26 November 2010

A glimpse of Jenny Shimizu on the Kenzo Spring Summer Menswear 2011 Preview

The high-fashion designers are making clothes for the androgyns again. Fashion goes in cycles.

Skip to 1:35 and 5:23 for Jennylicious-ness.

Thursday, 25 November 2010

Jenny Shimizu on Curve Mag, September 2010

"The first big lesbian supermodel is still raising pulses"

And raises pulses she does alright.

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

That Effortless Cool

The original CK 1 stance. I mean has cool ever been this effortless?
The blur between boy and's a cyclical obsession that always spins back into currency at least once every decade. Well there's going to be a looooot of that for Spring 2011 which is why TI was inspired to go into the Spur files from December 2009 and pay tribute to the fabulous uniqueness that is Jenny Shimizu via this excerpt. Jenny is now working as an agent at Women Direct and even though I know I'm supposed to be having thoroughly professional conversations with her I can't help being a little bit of a groupie in her presence. I mean has cool ever been this effortless? All hail!
Read the full interview on The Imagist.