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    Quote Originally Posted by AxlFetish View Post
    Hi, I'm new here! Looking around... and this is the first thing I see.
    Eww
    We like to bring out the Welcome Wagon!!

    I think Sput said it best. She's an attention whore.

    I still think these are weird. I'm thinking more people would think they were gross if it was a guy posing that way with his daughters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeStar70 View Post
    Anyone remember what thread the other pictures are in of her and the boys on the beach? They were inappropriate, as well.
    It's right here:

    And, of course, who can forget this?
    Stephanie Seymour and Son: WTF??[/QUOTE]


    Oh and the credit for the link goes to flygirl. I messed up with the quote

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    Don't we all ask our kids to tie up our thigh high laces?
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    like others have said, it's not real life.

    I don't really have a problem with the photos either.
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    I think her rationale was, "Well, I know how much attention I got for those Oedipal pics on the beach, so I am going to do it again, bigger and better and I WON'T look fat this time!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth82 View Post
    like others have said, it's not real life.

    I don't really have a problem with the photos either.
    Going by the photos flygirl linked to, it just might be.
    'I had to get rid of the kid. The cat was allergic.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConstanceSpry View Post
    Going by the photos flygirl linked to, it just might be.
    I doubt it lol.

    I suspect both sons are gay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    I still think these are weird. I'm thinking more people would think they were gross if it was a guy posing that way with his daughters.
    Oh don't be silly. I think it would be cool if Bruce Willis did a photoshoot like this with his lovely girls.
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    oh good grief - these are digusting - I could not imagine a photo shoot like that with my teen sons. Maybe some random hot teens...but my sons?

    @ Trixie - LMAO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trixie View Post
    Oh don't be silly. I think it would be cool if Bruce Willis did a photoshoot like this with his lovely girls.
    Can you imagine. Rumor adjusting his boxers. Scout pulling up his socks. Tallulah fastening his belt. I think people would raise a bit more stink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    It's a photo-shoot not IRL, peeps.
    In real life we saw the one son kissing her on the mouth with his hand on her boob on the beach. Something isn't right. As for the not in real life, they are still touching her that way even if it's just for the cameras. If somebody took of picture of you with your hand on your Dad's penis, is that ok?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth82 View Post
    I doubt it lol.

    I suspect both sons are gay.
    No, I meant in real life they probably do help her dress.
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    Here is the article that accompanies the pictures: Stephanie Seymour 2014 Interview - Stephanie Seymour Quotes About Her Sons and Axel Rose - Harper's BAZAAR Magazine

    STEPHANIE SEYMOUR: MUM'S THE WORD

    Stephanie Seymour's stylish sons Peter Brant Jr. and Harry have become society obsessions. But like their supermodel mom, they're part of a fashionable family that doesn't take itself too seriously. Strike a pose, there's nothing to it. Plus, see the exclusive fashion shoot.

    By Derek Blasberg on Feb 9, 2014Share:




    Most little girls—and a few little boys—grow up playing with Barbie dolls. New York's youngest and most enthusiastic new bon vivants, Peter Brant Jr. and his younger brother, Harry Brant, were two of those boys. With one caveat: Who needs a Barbie doll when Mom is the legendary pinup Stephanie Seymour?
    "When they were little, they would lay out outfits for me," recalls Seymour, 45. Their favorite thing to do was dress her up for parent-teacher conferences. "I'd wake up at 7:30 A.M. and they would have laid out a 1955 vintage Dior couture gown and all the accessories too. They liked things to be monochromatic: The dress would be blue and the bag would be blue, and blue Manolo Blahnik shoes. Always a Manolo, and never a flat." But would she wear it? "Are you crazy?" Turns out the supermodel mama got enough attention as it was at PTA meetings and has a special conservative wardrobe just for school trips.
    "It makes me happy when my sons come home and tell me, 'We bumped into Donatella and she says hi." —Stephanie Seymour
    Though the boys are no longer small, they haven't stopped trying to dress up Mom. And posing for a family portrait—an event met with a groan among most children—is nothing short of a hoot with Peter, 20, and Harry, 17. The photo shoot for Harper's Bazaar—which marks the first time all three have been photographed together for a publication—was cluttered with eyelash curlers, hair extensions, and high-fashion designer duds. "Any more hair and you'll look like a Bratz doll," Harry teases his mother, giggling. Peter flips through the rack and swoons over a Gucci kimono. When Seymour needs help lacing up her over-the-knee Tom Fordboots, each son takes a leg.
    The Brant brothers are hardly what you'd call typical American youths. Their father is Peter Brant, the Greenwich, Connecticut–based publishing magnate and renowned art collector. He and Seymour met in 1993, when she was a single mother living in L.A. with her first son, Dylan, whom she had during a brief marriage to Tommy Andrews, a guitarist. By then Seymour was a major celebrity, modeling for the covers of both fashion and men's magazines, walking the runways in Paris and Milan, and dating Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose. In the middle of the Bazaar shoot, "November Rain"—the 1992 song whose video famously stars Seymour as Rose's rebel bride—comes on the radio, and she rolls her eyes. "Is this a practical joke?" she asks, recalling that she styled herself in those videos and wouldn't mind getting that dress back. "Getting involved with Axl Rose? Clearly a mistake," she says. "It taught me a lot, though. He was a violent person, and I realized I never wanted to be around that again. The thrill of the whole rock 'n' roll thing wore off. I saw the worst of that world and it soured me."
    Brant was her Prince Charming. "I was swept off my feet," says Seymour, who soon transformed from a rocker groupie into a couture version of a suburban housewife. After she and Brant were married, in 1995, he adopted Dylan, who now attends Bard College and keeps a lower profile than his younger brothers. Nine-year-old Lily is the youngest of the clan and attends school in Greenwich. Although the couple separated in 2009 (which gave gossip columns a few fun months), they reconciled the following year and resumed their place as the glamorous first couple of the contemporary art world.
    Harry and Peter grew up out of the spotlight in a sprawling Connecticut mansion but have been exposed to the fashion and art worlds since they were in diapers. Brant's tailor in London measured them for matching suits before they were old enough to walk. As toddlers, they were dragged to art fairs, museums, and gallery openings around the globe. Their parents' 300-acre estate is home to 50 ponies, a polo field, and Puppy,Jeff Koons's 41-foot terrier composed of marigolds, begonias, petunias, and other colorful flowers that sits on the front lawn. (Brant sold the artist's Balloon Dog (Orange) at Christie's last November; it went for $58.4 million.)
    "In super-preppy Greenwich, we stuck out like sore thumbs." —Harry Brant
    Fashion is their family. "It makes me happy when they come home and tell me, 'We bumped into Donatella and she says hi,' " Seymour says. Explains Peter, "It's like running into a bunch of aunts and uncles." When he and Harry were still in elementary school, they were photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for a Gap campaign, and they have been cast in fashion shoots by the likes of Patrick Demarchelier and Steven Klein. Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell are godmothers, John Galliano is a mentor, and when they're in Paris they stay with "Papa," Azzedine Alaïa, the celebrated designer who credits Seymour as a longtime muse (he gave her away at her wedding to Brant). "He doesn't let the boys get away with anything. They're required to eat lunch with him every day, and he checks their comings and goings," says Seymour, recounting that one of her fondest memories of her sons in Paris was watching them make dresses for their dolls with Alaïa, trimming the miniatures in fabrics from his atelier.
    And when exactly did the boys realize that Seymour isn't your average Connecticut mom? Harry rememberswhen she would pick him up from school in full hair and makeup, fresh from a Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, or Herb Ritts photo shoot. "It was just so obvious. In super-preppy Greenwich, we stuck out like sore thumbs." Peter realized that his parents weren't like others when his class was assigned to write an essay about their families. "We had to do a report about our parents: where they were born, what they did, and all that. Everyone else had to do theirs as homework, but I finished mine before class ended using Wikipedia."
    Wealthy, pedigreed, handsome, socially well-connected—and there are two of them? It's a tabloid's dream. But with their privilege have come hurdles. The brothers have become gossip fodder, labeled by Vanity Fairas the Paris and Nicky Hilton of their generation. Peter, especially, has become blogger bait. In 2010, he was photographed embracing his mother on the beach in St. Barts, a pose that many ridiculed as borderline incestuous. (Peter quickly defended himself on his Facebook page, saying that the images were "taken completely out of context.") And in 2012, he was the subject of blogs again after he tweeted inappropriate comments about Obama's reelection.
    Discipline is the tough part of parenting, and these boys can talk themselves out of anything, but we are proud of the way he has gone through these struggles," Seymour says of Peter, who later privatized his social media. "He is a very strong young man." Peter says that he has moved on, but some of the comments still sting. "It's pretty sad to have nothing else to do but go online and write nasty things about people you don't even know," he says.
    According to his mom, Peter "was always a frustrated kid because he couldn't wait to be an adult," and he was teased on "free dress" Fridays at his all-boys prep school, when the students weren't required to wear their uniforms. "He'd dress himself up as a dandy, and all the kids made fun of him," she remembers. "I told him when he left the house that he may want to change because it was not what the other kids would be wearing, and he just looked at me and said, 'I will never do that.' The next casual Friday he did the same thing." Peter's favorite childhood Halloween costume, she adds, was Louis XIV, complete with white tights, a powdered wig, and jewelry pilfered from his mother's closet. He insisted on wearing a tuxedo to his fourth-grade graduation. "He never wanted to change," Seymour continues. "He always wanted to be exactly who he was, and I think that's wonderful."
    "It's pretty sad to have nothing else to do but go online and write nasty things about people you don't even know." —Peter Brant Jr.
    For his part, Harry has followed in his brother's footsteps—with only the tiniest bits of sibling rivalry. "If he got something for Christmas, I had to have the exact same thing," Harry recalls. Peter vetoed hand-me-downs, though. "It's about the principle: He can't be wearing it if I've already worn it." There were no "who wore it better" competitions in their house.
    While the boys have jam-packed social schedules these days, their education is of the utmost importance to their parents. "I always regretted not finishing school," says Seymour, who left San Diego at 15 to embark on what has become a three-decade-long—and counting—career as a model. (Last year she was the face of Jason Wu's spring campaign, photographed in a sheer blouse and hot pants and cavorting on top of a banquette at La Grenouille.) "I wanted my kids, from the time they could crawl, to go to museums and see art and be inspired. The thing that changed my life the most, and opened my eyes to a whole new world, was art." Joining their parents' entourages, the brothers learned early how to commune with adults. And not just any adults, but artists, fashion designers, and other celebrities. They can pull up a chair at a table and join a discussion about an upcoming auction or new trend just as easily as they can quote lines from the movie Mean Girls, which they often do.
    Peter's passion is the decorative arts. "When I was young, the topics we learned about in school didn't always interest me," he explains. "So I'd take on a subject I wanted to know more about, be it boudoir paintings by Boucher or the palaces of King Ludwig II, and I'd devour all I could." Indeed, Peter is well adorned. His everyday accessories include a matte black Graff ScubaGraff watch and a selection of diamond rings. "The one I wear most often is a Harry Winston platinum signet ring with a small diamond set in mother-of-pearl, which was a 13th-birthday present from Mom," he says.
    Seymour recalls that even as a child Peter was obsessed with jewels. The highlight of a trip to Paris when he was 10 was meeting Joel Arthur Rosenthal, of cult fine-jewelry house JAR, in the steam room of the Ritz hotel. (JAR is the subject of an exhibition at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, a show that Peter has seen no fewer than a half dozen times.) "Peter knows every piece of jewelry I own," she adds. "As a child, if he was being a good boy in school and behaving, as a special treat I would open my safe and he could go through all my jewelry and clean it. But I'd sit there with him because I knew if I didn't, it would all be gone!"
    Harry, meanwhile, has his eye on contemporary art. "When I was growing up, my dad would take me through our house once a month and ask me the name of every artist of every painting. If I got it right, I would get a dollar. I appreciate that now because I can walk through museums and recognize works and artists' styles immediately," he says. His favorite artists include Urs Fischer, Elizabeth Peyton, Nate Lowman, Josh Smith, and Dan Colen, all of whom are family friends and whose works are on display at home. "A lot of people think I started going to fashion parties recently, but I've been going to art fairs my entire life," he says. "To be honest, I hated them until I got older. Now I can appreciate all the amazing art I've seen."
    When the topic of her sons' career plans is raised, Seymour smiles. "Harry first wanted to be a baker, then a hairstylist, and then a makeup artist—all before the age of seven." She says she always thought Peter would end up a jeweler. "He even had a name for his line: Petrois!" She admits now that she's not sure what direction the boys will take. Not that she's worried. "As long as they're happy, they will find their way. Look at everything fashion has given me."
    Talk of her children's future reminds Seymour of a seminal photo shoot that she did with Richard Avedon in the early 1990s. Called "La Passante du Siècle," it chronicled style across the 20th century. "We started at the turn of the century with Fortuny and worked our way to the future," she says. "But we had a problem with the last picture because we didn't know how to illustrate what was to come. We didn't want it to be a cliché. So we ended up using a picture of me pregnant." Peter was born a few months later. Seymour adds, "It was always my favorite picture in the series, and now I know why."




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    WTF?!?!? These are nasty and creepy! That second pic especially bc she's draped around her son seductively with her mouth open and the other son looks like he's undressing her. Ugh....so gross!

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    Just who is in this society that is obsessed with her sons?
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