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EXCLUSIVE: Whitney Port Models for Women's Health

06/29/2009 at 05:32 PM ET

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The City star turns model for Women’s Health‘s July/August issue in a colorful fashion spread showing off the boldest colors for the summer. Whitney Port modeled luxe looks from Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Philosphy di Alberta Ferretti and Vera Wang mixed with more affordable labels like Splendid, Club Monaco, and Forever 21. A style mix is something the former L.A. girl is familiar with, describing her style to Women’s Health as ” a mix of West Coast and East Coast styles, with a little vintage flair. I also use lots of colors.” Going from the Hills to The City isn’t easy, but Whitney definitely brings some of her L.A. cool to New York and her downtown chic back to West Coast. But how can you spice up your look like Whitney? The reality star says, “People get in a rut wearing the same thing day after day. It’s important to try something new — even if it’s just adding pop with a vivid top.” We love color for summer and will definitely be taking Whitney’s advice! Check out more at womenshealthmag.com.

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Courtesy of Womens Health

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Ashley on

i think she looks the best in the second picture.
i dont like the first one at all.
she’s a good person

Courtney on

Ha, that chick looks pretty in anything. Glad to see her doin well.

Erin on

Why would Women’s Health put Whitney Port of all people on the cover? I thought this mag praised what truly healthy and beautiful women look like and did not adhere to stereotypical views…

Evan on

Whitney is a beautiful young woman who has a good head on her shoulders…

LadyK on

Women’s Health right? Why are we putting an anorexic looking stick figure in a Health magazine? She’s beautiful, but hardly healthy looking.

AJ on

Nice Job Womens Health! Whitney is a beautiful young woman.

Lucy on

Anorexic? Sounds like the fatties are jealous. Just because a health and fitness magazine uses a model who is half your size it doesn’t mean she is anorexic. Maybe she just eats better and works out more. And don’t bother saying you wouldn’t want her body, cause it’s pretty clear that you do.

aurora on

Lucy, there is no need for name calling! it was her opinion of the pictues. whitney looks gorgeous! leave it at that. why do people have to add comments that are negative. if you dont like it…move on

Rebecca on

actually, i like whitney because she’s one of those few celebrities who actually still look like they’re in a healthy weight range. everyone else is definitely underweight.

i know some people like seeing larger women on magazine covers, but honestly some of those women are obese and it’s really dangerous and unhealthy to live like that. i wouldn’t want to see obese women on there just like i wouldn’t want to see annorexic women on there either. because it only propogates a negative lifestyle. i support healthy celebs. =D

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