Eliezer Alvarez Creates a Contemporary Model for 'Beauty'

 - Nov 12, 2013
References: nytimes & psfk
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and for Eliezer Alvarez, that means big breasts, a firm behind, tiny waist and long legs. At least, that is what his latest creation would suggest. Eliezer Alvarez was inspired by the business of plastic surgery in Venezuela when creating his latest line of mannequins. Even though the proportions are quite unrealistic, they represent a new body type women are going under the knife for.

Becoming the norm in both tiny shops selling cheap clothes to working-class women as well as in the display windows of fancy boutiques in multilevel shopping malls, according to Psfk. Clearly Eliezer Alvarez was onto something. Reina Parada, a factory worker that creates these models, says, "You see a woman like this and you say, ‘Wow, I want to look like her.'"