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And she does it damn well…
“You look like a high school boy that snuck into a whore house but didn’t have any money and didn’t have any game to get laid for free.”
Maybe it’s because I’m used to professional models making everything look so easy, but I was surprised by what a disaster the challenge turned out to be.
The fashion industry isn’t for the faint of heart, and if there’s one thing we’ve come to expect, it’s a ceaseless stream of quotables that will either make us chortle, gawk, or in some rare cases spit-take our Starbucks (we can usually thank Karl Lagerfeld for that). See who said what to get our Twitter feeds humming this week:
Last night, Cycle 20 of America’s Next Top Model premiered on The CW, and yes, I watched it.
Well this is definitely one of the most visually cohesive red carpets we’ve seen in a while. At yesterday’s CW, CBS And Showtime 2013 Summer TCA Party we get the feeling that that the majority of attendees had some sort of “I’ll wear my black dress and my blue nail polish, you wear your white dress with the blue sequins” arrangement. Or at least there was some sort of memo specifying a ‘crisp, monochromatic dresses and separates spiked with pops of off-primary colors’.
Sane and rational behavior hasn’t been what’s propelled supermodel, actress, and ANTM host extraordinaire Tyra Banks to megastar heights.
All Stars cycle winner Lisa D’Amato goofs off on the set of “Cowboys and Indians” with dire consequences.
Tyra Banks‘ famous smize is all over the January issue of Harper’s Bazaar Singapore. She’s still got it!
Thanksgiving is all about spending quality time with family, friends, and food — and, of course, feverishly documenting the whole process. Thanks to Twitter and Instagram, we now know how our fave fashion insiders like Heidi Klum, Jourdan Dunn, and Derek Blasberg spent the holiday. One thing is for sure: there’s no denying that people in fashion eat.
Tyra Banks has been trying to make “smize” a thing even before America’s Next Top Model started nine years ago. Now she’s finally capitalizing on the concept of smiling with your eyes with a $1.99 app called “Smize Yourself!”.
To keep America’s Next Top Model interesting, Tyra Banks has decided to cast male models in the 20th cycle.
Does Tyra Banks ever sleep? In addition flaunting her completion of Harvard‘s Owner/President Management Program, writing books, producing and hosting America’s Next Top Model, girl’s got another project in the works: a scripted ABC comedy about her awkward years called Fivehead.
America’s Next Top Model underwent a major facelift for its 19th cycle, the most drastic change being the replacement of the judges we all know and love: Jay Manuel, Miss J. Alexander, and Nigel Barker. Now Barker, a respected fashion photographer, has come out with a few things to say about the show’s executive producer, Tyra Banks.
Yesterday we chronicled the media spree that Tyra Banks has been on to promote the “college edition” cycle of America’s Next Top Model and all of the attention it has drawn towards her Harvard Business School education. You see, Banks has been name dropping the tony institution left, right, and center, and some journalists claim she has been less than truthful about the nature of her education. Today, Tyra’s camp is talking back.
Yes, Tyra Banks has an executive-education certificate from Harvard University. No, she did not earn an MBA. There’s a big difference.
America’s Next Top Model got the television equivalent of a total body makeover for cycle 19, which premiered last night on The CW. When host/executive producer Tyra Banks fired just about everyone on the show after cycle 18, she left many viewers puzzled, and now she’s given her rationale.
You didn’t expect Tyra Banks to go into her 19th season (sorry, cycle) of America’s Next Top Model with “smize” as the only made-up word in her repertoire, did you? Oh no. This year’s group of aspiring catwalkers are going to be hearing a lot of talk about how ‘flawsome’ they are — that is, both flawed and awesome — from their fearless leader.
The ad for America’s Next Top Model: College Edition is out, and it’s pretty bad. In fact, it features three major FAILS.