The article was about a recursive loop of flesh and blood women undergoing cosmetic surgery, and the evolution of corresponding fiberglass stacked mannequins. The store front window then becomes a taunt for unaltered women to step in line with a new cultural norm of beauty. I have long abhorred rail thin fashion models and mannequins, but this is ridiculous.
In the article, a woman who made these mannequins was quoted as saying she wanted a boob job someday, because "it gives you better self-esteem". Can you really get self esteem with a scalpel and some silicone? Well, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery in 2012 at least some of the 330,631 American women who had breast augmentations must have thought so.