Smoking kills beautiful girl with cancer

Despite the promotion of healthy lifestyles, cigarettes have always been and still are a popular element of the fashion-images, and shooting.

 In the fashion industry cigarettes - an additional way to communicate. Smoking models, designers, editors, stylists and photographers. Of course, not all but many, if not the majority.
 It happened historically. In the 1930's and 1940's a woman with a cigarette as a model of elegance, as in the 1950's and 1960's more popular image of a smoking lady betrayed American women, for whom cigarettes were a cult, as well as for American society.

 The most beautiful women, including Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe, to perpetuate their "bad" habit of the photo.
 Tulula Benkhed, Marlene Dietrich, Bette Davis, Lauren Bacall, Katharine Hepburn, Frances Farmer - just a small part of the endless list of the most beautiful and famous women 20 centuries.

 One of the greatest female smokers was Coco Chanel, who is constantly smoking and numerous photo was captured with a cigarette.

 Another great designer was smoking Yves Saint Laurent. His muse Betty Catroux also never parted with a cigarette, and became the inspiration of many designers like Tom Ford, Jean Paul Gaultier, Stefano Pilati and became the cause of cigarettes on the catwalk and in advertising campaigns.

 Glossy magazines are often placed on the pages of models with a cigarette, and we must admit that it is not never seen as promoting smoking, which kills by popular opinion.

Names of famous magazines - Vogue and Glamour have called no less famous cigarettes. However, the names of the fashion-brands too, becomes a brand of cigarettes. For example, Cartier cigarettes, or YSL, and you can buy today in Europe. But cigarettes are Versace, Pierre Cardin and Givenchy have not produced, but left their mark on fashion brands participating in the promotion of cigarettes.

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