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A Montage Of Models Falling

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I am one of, like, three people in the world who doesn’t think that people falling is funny. But I realize that most everybody does, so for you guys — here’s a montage of models falling. Enjoy!

7 Models Falling On The Runway

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Hatfields vs. McCoys. Sox vs. Yankees. Sharks vs. Jets. People who laugh at models falling on runways vs. people who think laughing at someone else’s faceplant is cruel. Such distinctions either pull us humans apart or bring us together! I kinda have no opinion: I just think it’s bizarre that our culture praises adult women for tottering around in six-inch-tall shoes that impede their mobility and names this “attractive.” Then again, I (safely!) wear flats six days a week.

In the spirit of unity for my fellow human beings who appreciate a good falling model faceplant, here’s some of the craziest twisted ankles bruised egos on the catwalk:

Models Falling Remains The Best Part Of Fashion Week


I’m sorry. Perhaps it’s unkind of me, but I just can’t NOT laugh at a model stumbling down a runway in ridiculous high heels. This poor catwalker just cannot recover from the initial ankle twisting and has to hobble her way backstage like her legs are made of jelly. Keep reading »

A Video Of Models Falling On The Runway

Sky-high heels and platforms, tight or long garments, and a slick or coated catwalk can all lead to a hazardous runway and painful falls for models. “Fashion Television” compiled this video of models falling. Sure, it may look funny, but imagine if your occupation required you to put your body in this much danger and you’re told to grin (or scowl) and bear it. Not fun. [The Envy] Keep reading »

Yeah, I’m Laughing: Model Falls On Burberry Runway


Hands down, my favorite thing about Fashion Week is knowing at some point, a model will fall on the catwalk and it will be caught on film. And even though I would never want anyone to get hurt, least of all one of our prized human clothing racks, I find models falling to be hysterical. Some people disagree. Luckily, this is America and we’re all entitled to our own opinions. I like the way this model wobbles as she’s getting up, like she might just topple over again. Enjoy that? We have a whole page of models falling — you’re welcome. Keep reading »

Tripping Won’t Cost You The Miss USA Crown

For all those aspiring beauty pageant hopefuls out there, here’s glimmer of hope. Though, generally, poise and grace are keys to winning the crown, the latest Miss USA wasn’t exactly full of balance and stability this weekend at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Rima Fakih, a 24-year-old Lebanese immigrant, took the stage in a white gown as Miss Michigan, and while showing off her evening wear, she almost tripped on her train. Now, that small error could have majorly altered the final results of just who would go on to win the entire show, but not this time. Despite her close call with the train, judges found Rima to be the most beautiful, most elegant, and most well-spoken of the contestants, and they named her the newest Miss USA. Just like models, beauty contestants prove they’re real people with their balance issues. [Daily Mail]
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