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We’ve long admired Cameron Russell for being so outspoken about the modeling industry, and her TEDxMidAtlantic talk in December was nothing short of eye-opening and inspiring. But she’s not a one trick pony, and in an interview with ABC Nightline, the 25-year-old Boston native continues to speak out about the industry, and reveals her plan to transform feminist artists, writers, and more into “runway-ready glamazons” as part of her upcoming magazine.
Cindy Crawford may be a supermodel, but even she had a tough time when she first started in the industry. In the latest installment of Oprah’s Master Class, Crawford opens up about a horrific haircut that taught her to be her own advocate.
Because really, how else do you celebrate your 200,000th Twitter follower?
If we had longer arms, we’d reach right across the Atlantic and give the Observer a high five for their latest feature: a lengthy profile and photo spread starring Casey Legler, the first woman ever to be signed to the men’s board at Ford Models.
Numéro Russia has released the cover of its debut issue, and supermodel Naomi Campbell gets the top honor of fronting it.
Heidi Klum has landed her latest reality television gig as the fourth judge on America’s Got Talent.
Not content to rest on her laurels as a British Vogue cover girl, face of Burberry, aspiring musician, and possible future umbrella maker, Cara Delevingne has set herself some very lofty goals for her next career move.
We’ve watched our fair share of awkward interviews on Jimmy Fallon, but last night’s with Kate Upton definitely takes the cake.
The fashion industry is by no means all bad, but it does have its moments of being incredibly tone-deaf and out-of-touch, and the latest comes inside the pages of Numéro‘s March issue, which features an “African Queen” editorial. But instead of, you know, hiring a black model, the magazine painted a white model in blackface.
There is no shortage of misconceptions about how much models get paid to walk runway shows during New York Fashion Week. But now, thanks to organizations like The Model Alliance and increased online scrutiny, some of them are starting to get cleared up.
By now, it’s pretty common knowledge that Terry Richardson is a complete and utter sleazeball. Numerous models like Coco Rocha and Jamie Peck have confirmed that he’s a certified creep and his photos are just plain disturbing, yet he still hangs out with the fashion crowd and lands big jobs. The latest endorsement by the industry comes in the form of model Charlotte Free, who defended Richardson and slammed models who’ve spoken up about his sleazy antics on her Tumblr page. Of course, Free’s rant has been deleted, but as we all know, nothing on the Internet is ever deleted.
Baauer‘s song ”Harlem Shake” may be a few months old, but “Harlem Shake” (the dance) is just making its rounds on the interwebs. Even models Jourdan Dunn and Cara Delevingne are getting in on it!
After seeing so many half-naked ladies on the runway and red carpet, we’re kind of jaded to the sight of nipples, sideboobs, butt cheeks, and the like. But Marc Jacobs took nakedness to a whole new level at his fall 2013 show last night by putting 18-year-old Lily McMenamy, daughter of legendary model Kristen McMenamy, in a pair of high-waisted briefs and, well, not much else.
Karolina Kurkova had the displeasure of eliminating the first contestant on The Face last night, and subsequently, pissing off fellow mentor and competitor Naomi Campbell. But Kurkova found that the least enjoyable part of being on a reality show is actually watching herself on TV.
Starting our morning with Michael Kors‘s fall 2013 show is always a good thing, but getting whiplash in the process was perhaps less so. You see, at Kors’ show this morning, about eight models, male and female, were walking the runway at any given time. It was probably due to the fact that the designer was showing a total of 63 looks, and while we would’ve definitely appreciated seeing the looks one by one, Anna Dello Russo was totally fine with it.