When the Miami photo shoots were planned for ChloesWorld.com, the editors had creative brainstorming sessions, as they do for other models. Chloe was different. Being one of the top models, extra attention and extra details were called for. John Fox came up with the idea, “An Anatomy of a Superstar.” This helped to spark a new wave of pictorial ideas. Up until this time, most photo shoots, whether our own or purchased from an outside studio took the traditional approach, almost always a striptease, whether it was done in a bedroom, living room or outdoor setting. Most photographers and editors have their “shot list.” These are the requisite poses that comprise a pictorial. For example, positions on hands and knees to show the breasts hanging, side shots, standing straight and bending from the waist, and so on. Standard poses you’ve seen a thousand times in many magazines and websites, depending on how long you’ve been hooked on boobonics. The mold got broken with shoots like Anatomy of a Superstar, with pictorials that tackled a theme or concept which would not have succeeded as magazine spreads but were certainly a refreshing change of pace from the status quo and the standard, “been there, done that” positions.