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Danish model Freja Beha Erichsen has 12, including the word 'float' on her throat, while English rose Lily Donaldson has just the one - words of nonsense about her family on the inside of her left wrist.
In economic theory, physical capital is one of the three primary factors of production, also known as inputs in the production function.And while the agony of having a tattoo has been likened to childbirth - the most painful areas are anywhere that is bony, and on the tender flesh of the inside of the wrist - there is only one form of tattoo that has ever denoted real suffering, or real heroism.My best friend's grandmother has a tattoo, a series of numbers, on the inside of her wrist.Gwyneth Paltrow recently had a tattoo done at Selfridges: the letter C is now engraved on her right thigh.What I hate most about all these celebrity tattoos is not just that they have spawned a rash of copycats the length and breadth of the nation, it is that tattoo wearers think that by writing on themselves, Johnny Depp and his 'Winona Forever', or David Beckham and his tattoo of his son Brooklyn's name.Now, though, it seems every model worth her chain-smoking habit has not just one, but dozens, and art directors no longer bother to airbrush them out.
Gisele has a star on the inside of her left wrist, Kate Moss has two swallows on her back and an anchor on her hand - which she displayed on the cover of this month's Vogue - while Christy Turlington and Naomi Campbell are covered in the blessed things.
When I mentioned this saddest incarnation of the tat to Helen Mirren, who has the Indian Lakesh symbol, meaning 'whole woman', inscribed just below the thumb on her left hand, she rolled her eyes.
(Helen Mirren is, by the way, the only woman in her 60s I can think of who doesn't look ridiculous sporting a tattoo).
As recently as 1992, tattoos in the world of fashion were, well, taboo.
The edgy model Eve Salvail had a tattoo - a dragon on her skull, clearly visible through her closely cropped platinum blonde hair - and she just couldn't get a job.
Her disfigurement is a badge of courage, not a woolly-headed fashion statement.