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American Apparel's Gorgeous New Model Is The Opposite Of A Hipster Teen

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    We usually have to do some preventative squinting whenever we click over to the American Apparel website (assault by crotch shots — it's not something we need in our e-commerce experience). So, it was a much nicer surprise to see that their newest model is someone who actually looks comfortable in the clothes that she's wearing. Jacky was discovered by American Apparel at a New York restaurant last winter, and agreed to model for the brand. With those flowing locks and lithe, limber figure, she's not so different from the typical American Apparel model. But her silver hair, more conservative styling, and the fact that she actually looks relaxed and happy makes her the fiercest model we've seen from the brand lately. Alas, even Jacky wasn't exempt from the crotch shot or sheer underwear pic, though we're glad to see that American Apparel is democratic about those poses. Click through to see the current pics of Jacky in American Apparel. Tell us, how'd she do? (American Apparel)

    Photo: Courtesy of American Apparel

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