Tattoos In Fashion
People who work in virtually every type of industry, including the fashion industry, are now sporting tattoos. For several years now, some of the world’s top fashion models including Kate Moss, Gisele Bündchen, Chanel Iman have been wearing tattoos of varying sizes and designs. Some of these tattoos are small and discreetly displayed and some consist of full-length sleeves, neck, andchest tattoos that are very easy to see. Even the most clean-cut and wholesome appearing fashion models are now sporting body ink on their wrists, ankles, arms, buttocks and necks among other places. Some fashion models feel that their tattoos are part of their identity and set them apart from other fashion models.
Due to the huge popularity of tattoos among women, it is actually preferred by a growing number of clients that fashion models have tattoos. The majority of the images of women with tattoos nowadays depict the body art in a positive light.
Because so many young women look up to fashion models and try to emulate the things they do, large numbers of them have chosen to receive tattoos because their favorite fashion models and other celebrities have already done so. Because society in general has cast a more favorable light on tattooing and the fashion industry is a microcosm of society at large, the issue of tattoos in the fashion industry initially was largely one of acceptance. Due to the widespread acceptability in society of women wearing tattoos, the fashion industry has adjusted with the times and now regularly spotlights the body art worn by fashion models.
Most of the time, male and female fashion models choose to receive small, tasteful designs that can easily be covered up with makeup or clothing. There are also many other models who have multiple tattoos, a look that is increasingly being requested by clients