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Too old to walk the runway? Not these ladies!
Posted By Dian Holton On September 21, 2012 @ 4:51 pm In Beauty & Fashion,Entertainment | Comments Disabled
What do Carol Alt , Karen Bjornson,  Alva Chinn , and Carmen Dell O’refice  have in common? Besides being over 50, they are all legendary models who walked a Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week  runway a couple of weeks ago, garnering a lot of press.
The woman behind this buzz-worthy moment was none other than Norisol Ferrari , a fierce designer with an impeccable eye for detail and structure. Inspired by sexy icons and powerful women this season, Ferrari sought to make a collection that spoke to both. She then infused her presentation with traditional youthful models, sprinkling in more seasoned pros to show that her line could appeal to all ages. “Just because you are over 50 does not mean you’re no longer vibrant and sexy—it’s actually quite the opposite,” Ferrari says.
While Ferrari doesn’t necessarily plan to use legends like Chinn consistently in future marketing, she is “thrilled that there is so much attention being paid to these ladies and demographic. It’s about time!”
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 Carol Alt: http://carolalt.com/
 Karen Bjornson,: http://www.allure.com/beauty/karen-bjornson
 Alva Chinn: http://www.shape.com/celebrities/interviews/where-are-they-now-6-groundbreaking-supermodels?page=2
 Carmen Dell O’refice: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carmen_Dell%27Orefice
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