Thursday, March 12, 2009

Fun With Vanity Fair: What Arguments Are Being Made in these Pics, and Which Do Ye Like Best?

Tip of the Hat to Supadiscomama, who moments ago drew Harrogate's attention to the existence of the following Rhetorical Siuation.

March 2006. Scarlett Johannson, Tom Ford, Kiera Knightley (annotated as FORD'S FOUNDATION):




March 2009. Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel and Jonah Hill (annotated as The Pretty Young Things):

8 comments:

Supadiscomama said...

FYI: There was originally supposed to be a third woman in the top photo (Anne Hathaway, I think), but she dropped out b/c she did not want to pose in the nude.

solon said...

The third woman was Rachel Adams and not Anne Hathaway, It seems that Anne Hathaway has not problem removing her clothes for the camera.

The Roof Almighty said...

That sounds like the typing of someone who watched half of Havoc.

Supadiscomama said...

Rachel McAdams--right.

Either way, the pretty little things are quite awesome. But I wonder if K.K. and ScarJo (as E! refers to her) enjoy being identified as the Ford Foundation (p.s. the man sniffing K.K. in the photo is Tom Ford--former designer for gucci)

harrogate said...

They probably do enjoy being referred to as the Ford Foundation, in Harrogate's opinion.

paperweight said...

The beauty of it is, you have more pure beauty created by the personality and powerful personal reflection emanating from "The Pretty Young Things."

I mean come on, how hard is it to look sexy with perfect skin and manicured features of K.K. and Scar (my, my she is HOT!!)as compared to the mates in those uncomfortable and unflattering bodysuits the further enhance their imperfections??

Those mates rock!!

M said...

Honestly, I think the pretty young things should have posed sans flesh-colored body suits.

And, frankly, Paul Rudd is much, much sexier than Tom Ford.

Supadiscomama said...

I wholeheartedly agree, M. (about Paul Rudd--not so sure about naked Seth and Jonah...)