Pregnant women and mothers with babies are seen on the international catwalk. A development which we at the women’s World want to encourage and pay attention. The fashion world has not been known to include women of all shapes and ages, and therefore feels it very hopeful when several fashion houses and famous models strikes a blow for the mother.
Therefore, adorns one of the largest models, Caroline Winberg and her cute little two-month-old son Casper, the cover of the women’s World No. 12 as you who subscribe get to get home in the mail today or tomorrow and that comes out in stores next week (October 6). Caroline is wearing a silk creations from Dolce & Gabbana which is part of the tribute to parenthood. The pattern of the dress are children’s drawings made by the designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana own nieces and nephews.
It is unusual for the women’s World have children on the cover but Caroline wanted to work, and we also loved the Dolce Gabbana fall collection, which was a tribute to motherhood. During Dolce & Gabbana Fall/Winter Tour for 2015 models came out with babies in their arms. Australian Vouge made a mark when they showed the model Nicole Trunfio nursing their son, Zion. Just to feed their children wherever it is needed is a question which involved several models. On Facebook, we have been able to see Doutzen Kroes, Gisela Bundchen, Natalia Vodianova, Jaime King and Miranda Kerr do their best to normalize the breastfeeding. Including Caroline Winberg, who frequently are breast-feeding on Instagram. She is breast-feeding the most natural thing to do and that you should not have to put themselves in a corner.
It is not the first time a child adorns the cover of the ladies’ World. In the 40’s synthesis often young children on the cover. It’s fun to surprise sometimes. It was at least 40 years since we had a baby on the cover!!
Children drawings forming pattern at Dolce and Gabbana dress, wrapping, nieces and nephews have painted. The women’s World logo, our fashion editor Fia Tegnér’s daughter Edith painted.
Thanks Caroline and her cute son Caspar for making this cover possible.