Dezeen’s top ten: glamorous girls

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Dezeen's top ten: have you noticed how designers are using female models to promote their wares? In this month's top ten, we present the most popular stories from Dezeen that feature pictures of girls. In first place is Corpus 2.0 by Marcia Nolte, a set of seven portraits illustrating how the human body could adjust itself to the design of products.

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2. "Nice curves, pity about the architecture," Matt comments about an apartment in Bucharest by Romanian architects A.A. Studio.

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3. Dutch designer Tord Boontje presented his Witches’ Kitchen collection for Artecnica’s Design With Conscience range at Zona Tortona in Milan this year. Complete with witch.

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4. Him and Her chairs designed by Fabio Novembre, launched by Casamania at the furniture fair in Milan this year.

5. Swedish fashion designer Sandra Backlund covered models in clothes pegs for her collection called In No Time.

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6. French photographer and stylist Marianne Maric sent us these raunchy pics of girls dressed as lamps in July this year.

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7.  Readers debate the age of the model in our competition to win T-shirts made of bamboo fibre by Australian designers Frost.

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8. This story was actually about an aluminium sofa called Flow, designed by Belgian designer Xavier Lust for furniture brand Indera.

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9. A catwalk show of models wearing accessories by jewellery designer Ted Noten opened an exhibition of his work at Stedelijk Museum’s-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands.

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10. Dutch designer Marcel Wanders presented flying girls and a new collection of wallpapers for UK brand Graham & Brown in Milan this year.

That's it for now... oh okay, here's two more:

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11. Yves Béhar of Fuseproject launched a new Jawbone Bluetooth headset for manufacturers Aliph. "Wow, what a woman…." comments Grisham.

12. Victor Vetterlein always uses the same girl to model his designs - here she is with his Meeraboo ST-1 side table.

That really is it now. Another top ten coming up next month.

See also:

Dezeen's top ten: Japanese projects (October 2008)
Dezeen’s top ten: student projects (September 2008)
Dezeen’s top ten: interiors (August 2008)
Dezeen’s top ten: stories with most comments (June 2008)
Dezeen’s top ten: Milan 2008 (April 2008)
Dezeen’s top ten: houses (March 2008)
Dezeen’s top ten skyscrapers (February 2008)
Top ten Dezeen stories from December 2007
Most popular stories during our first twelve months

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  • matt

    ok now tell us
    which one did you like and you wanted to get in touch with?
    funny Top Ten anyway, thanks

  • modular

    Number 2 should be Number 1!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • beheld

    How to sell worthless crap – use design, if design doesn’t help – use advertising, if advertising doesn’t help – use sex.

  • http://www.myspace.com/parabolaperu Q.rro

    agree with modular about girl number 2!!!

  • jed_

    “have you noticed how designers are using female models to promote their wares?”

    Hold the Front Page!

  • dj

    #2 is too modular…lol

  • gaque

    #1 is such a cute girl!

  • Gus

    sorry but i prefer #3 even if she ruins my life ;)

  • tina

    number 11 is so beautiful!