Tavi’s Pop

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You know (and even if you didn’t, now’s the time to read all about it): there’s a new beauty pageant in town! The most stylish blogger competition means five weeks of stress and style for the participant bloggers.

They have to style a different clothing item each of the five weeks (the finalists will be featured on StyleList and Bluefly, for the public to vote the winner). The big prize? $1,000 worth of Bluefly shopping. Why the long introduction? Because the prize could go to Tavi. As shown in the latest issue of Pop magazine, Tavi, the Style Rookie, gets all the attention! And more! (the story continues right after the jump with more pictures!)

Tavi Style Rookie Pop magazine

I’m not throwing a jealousy tantrum at you, nor am I negative in my Tavi-perspective. But do you remember when you were 13? Yep, you’re reading that right! Thirteen! I bet you were playing dress up just like our lovely Tavi here. But you weren’t getting any fashion attention back then, were you? Well, because of her blog, Tavi managed to bring dress up to an art level.

Tavi Pop magazine

Of course she’s young… Being touched by the rotten fashion industry at such a tender age could be disastrous for one’s future. But Tavi’s young vision has something that allows her to play with clothes. The wardrobe is her playground. And the world is her theater. Getting back to that playground thing: we’re ready to throw a tomato in those models scouts for bringing too young girls on the catwalk – what should we throw for Tavi? our glasses, celebrating a la Greek? (via)

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#1 Ellington on 10.05.09 at 3:51 pm

She and that Arlo Weiner kid should have a confab.

#2 Adriana on 10.06.09 at 12:08 pm

I can’t tell. I’ve read a lot about this phenomenon. Also I was very obsessed with fashion as a 13 year old. Sewing, to knit, crochet, fantasize about it……I can’t tell because times have changed so fast. There was no internet and I had to “read” magazines in the kiosk until an angry person said I had to go or buy something…..I believe I’m glad I was 13 back then. Tavi and Arlo kinda scare me, this or their culture scares me. Kids are so short young, really young and innocent and playful this is so bloody serious….:(

Oh well, I got also attention back then, punishment: go upstairs and change your clothes, or other kids saying nasty things and teased me lot and things like that. :P

#3 kpriss on 10.07.09 at 5:47 am

Now that’s a valid point: I always asked how they deal with all kinds of public opinions! As children, especially! Going public with your face, your identity has some dark sides to it. People aren’t always nice, you know. And the internet seems like such a perfect place to hide and cast the stone! Grown ups can’t face criticism on the long run, not without some serious built-in shield… How does it affect such a young personality?

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