If I were to define beauty I would have to say, for me, it has to do with the way a person presents themselves. For instance someone like Diana Vreeland, Audrey Hepburn, or Coco Chanel may not have been conventionally beautiful but they knew how to reflect it to the world. Various cultures also see beauty in a different way, which makes it even more confusing, because it depends on what they think is pleasing to the eye. Internal beauty also has a lot to do with external beauty, which is often overlooked when the viewer is dazzled by a person’s physical features.
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I've been a Los Angeles-based fashion/feature writer over 20 years for a variety of publications including "Culver City News", "Antique and Collectables Monthly Newsmagazine", "Antique Journal", and others. I have a B.A. in Fashion Merchandising, from CSULA, and a Print and Broadcast Journalism Certificate from UCLA Extension. I just got accepted into the Masters of Fashion Journalism program at the "Academy of Art" which I start this fall. I'm known for my style and my fabulous dancing. My mother describes me as "dressing like "Vogue" and dancing like "Soul Train"." Besides writing, I also love drawing, photography and reading. For the past two years I've also been working as a Special Ed Instructional Assistant for LAUSD. View all posts by victoriamoore520