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    Could someone please classify this young woman? She is a model





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    2 members found this post helpful.
    All I can say for certain is that she appears to have very good genes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aberdeen View Post
    All I can say for certain is that she appears to have very good genes.
    I think she fits seamlessly among us, so I am going to take that as a compliment on behalf of my people.

    She is the granddaughter of our famous songwriter/singer Fabrizio de Andre.
    This is him before the ravages of alcohol and the cigarettes which killed him:
    http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb2...Andr%C3%A9.jpg

    http://www.teverenotizie.it/upload/A...AUTO_366X0.jpg

    She is the daughter of Cristiano de Andre, also a musician, about whom the less said as a father the better.
    http://digiphotostatic.libero.it/lo_...404629_med.jpg


    In accordance with our naming traditions, she was named Fabrizia de Andre.

    Here she is with her father:
    http://www.leggo.it/ArchivioNews/201...o-de-andre.jpg

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    to me this young man has nothing espacially southern - he is more on the dolichocephalic sid", what is poor statement- he is middle colour pigmented, what makes a typical European of him - he could easily pass for a French, a Belgian, a Swiss, so more Westerner than Easterner - a North (more Northwestern) Italian could fit very well - nothing to ad

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    Sorry, I think I was confused between two threads! in this very thread, I think with force this woman is not a man (first step towards truth and knowledge!)
    indeed this woman seems firstable very italian with accretions of 'cromagnon', 'alpine', 'mediterranean' and others, chiefly closer to Northern Italy than to Southern Italy, I cannot tell a lot more - by the way, Showbizz people (women more than men) are not the best samples to do with, because they are choosen for their classical perfections of traits (often by crossings) or for their special borderline features (crossings too)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOESAN View Post
    Sorry, I think I was confused between two threads! in this very thread, I think with force this woman is not a man (first step towards truth and knowledge!)
    indeed this woman seems firstable very italian with accretions of 'cromagnon', 'alpine', 'mediterranean' and others, chiefly closer to Northern Italy than to Southern Italy, I cannot tell a lot more - by the way, Showbizz people (women more than men) are not the best samples to do with, because they are choosen for their classical perfections of traits (often by crossings) or for their special borderline features (crossings too)...
    Thank you for your response Moesan. Those were generally my impressions as well, so perhaps I am learning a bit from you. :)

    I seem to be more critical than you in terms of appearance, however! I don't think she's really classically "beautiful" except in the one photo-shopped "glamour" picture. There are many Italian actresses and models who fit that standard better. I do think, however, that her face and figure are quite common in my neck of the woods. Oh, and yes, I think she looks extremely Italian, of the Northwestern variety in particular. That's why I was interested in having a classification of her.

    Thanks again.

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    Beautiful italian girl.

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    She looks very diverse. She's definitely not from an inbred village.
    In the second picture, she has quite a Lebnanese look. Perhaps, her ancestors were traders that would go across the meditaranian, marrying wives from many coasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MtDNA View Post
    She looks very diverse. She's definitely not from an inbred village.
    In the second picture, she has quite a Lebnanese look. Perhaps, her ancestors were traders that would go across the meditaranian, marrying wives from many coasts.
    Well, I'm so glad you have contributed your opinion. Are you another learned physical anthropologist with a diploma from The Apricity and Forum Biodiversity Schools of Classification? I understand they guarantee to turn you into an an expert in a few weeks, without you ever having to leave your basement and your computer, and it's free! No textbooks and no travel required either, just internet pictures.

    Who says we haven't made progress?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MtDNA View Post
    She looks very diverse. She's definitely not from an inbred village.
    In the second picture, she has quite a Lebnanese look. Perhaps, her ancestors were traders that would go across the meditaranian, marrying wives from many coasts.
    Lebanese? Her father is Italian, her mother is Spanish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    She is the daughter of Cristiano de Andre, also a musician, about whom the less said as a father the better.
    http://digiphotostatic.libero.it/lo_...404629_med.jpg


    In accordance with our naming traditions, she was named Fabrizia de Andre.

    Here she is with her father:
    http://www.leggo.it/ArchivioNews/201...o-de-andre.jpg
    Her mother is the former Spanish model Carmen De Cespedes from Madrid.

    http://www.vanityfair.it/people/ital...to#?refresh=ce

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Well, I'm so glad you have contributed your opinion. Are you another learned physical anthropologist with a diploma from The Apricity and Forum Biodiversity Schools of Classification? I understand they guarantee to turn you into an an expert in a few weeks, without you ever having to leave your basement and your computer, and it's free! No textbooks and no travel required either, just internet pictures.
    I've never heard of The Apricity and Forum Biodiversity. How are they?

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