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Do You Recognize Lindsay Lohan’s Child Modeling Pal?

kirsten dunst lindsay lohan child models

Vintage Lohan always makes me a little sad: she was such a cutie before all the cocaine and lip injectables. Her fellow child model was harder to place. It took a minute to recognize her, but once I did, it made total sense these two traveled in the same child modeling circles back in the day. Although their futures turned out very differently … [Instagram]

Model Inner Monologue: Dude, Where’s My Bra?

Model Inner Monologue: Dude, Where's My Bra?

Many fashion week runway shows are based on some kind of abstract concept or even a dream the designer had. Sophie Theallet’s runway show seems to be based on a recurring dream of mine where I go out in public in a sheer shirt and forget to wear a bra. Oops!

Model Inner Monologue: Grandpa Joe Goes To New York Fashion Week

Model Inner Monologue: Grandpa Joe Goes To Fashion Week

This model walking the runway at Theyskens’ Theory show at NYFW is seriously wearing the exact same outfit as Charlie Bucket’s bedridden Grandpa Joe in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.” But at least Grandpa Joe washed his hair.

Tyra Banks Tries Whiteface To Pay Homage To Her Fellow Model Idols

Tyra Banks as Cindy Crawford in whiteface

Did you forget about Tyra Banks for five seconds? Because she’s got a plan to make herself talked about once more. The “America’s Next Top Model” host and smize-ing overlord created a series of photos for photographer Udo Spreitzenbarth’s exhibition, Tyra Banks Presents: 15, in which Tyra “transforms” herself into several iconic models — Kate Moss and Cindy Crawford to name a few.

Tyra being Tyra, couldn’t wait to share the photos with the world. “I’ve put my own spin on #NYFW w/a photo tribute to some of the fiercest #SuperModels ever. Unretouched. Real. Raw,” she tweeted. Keep reading »

Is NYFW Losing Its Relevance?

Tadashi Shoji, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
NYFW Spring 2014 Day 1
L.A.M.B., Erin Fetherston, BCBG and more! Read More »

New York Fashion Week is underway, and it seems that people are feeling a bit … lukewarm about it. Hey, the times are changing, and so is the face of one of the most anticipated fashion events of the year. With up-to-the-minute news (and clothes) available on the Internet at every turn, is New York Fashion Week losing its relevance? Could it be on its way to a demise, or at least a very heavy change of pace? And would that necessarily be a bad thing?

Fashion Week, which has made its home at Lincoln Center these past few years, has been a staple of the industry for decades. In the last several years, the fashion world has been forced to accommodate the addition of the likes of twitter, tumblr, street style blogs, and instant online shopping to the action. While the internet can be a huge advantage to the industry, the exclusive air of seeing NYFW shows in person is losing some of its cachet. Designers have taken to streaming their fashion shows live so everyone and their cousin can watch from home on the couch. This certainly saves time for the press and allows accessibility for thousands of consumers, but what does it mean for fashion’s power players? When minute-to-minute updates are being tweeted and blogged and instagrammed all over the world, is the live event devalued?

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Model Says Working In The Industry Gave Her PTSD

Models Protected By Law
teen model
Models under 18 in NY will soon be protected by child labor laws. Read More »
Models sans airbrushing
Check out Brooklyn Decker in an untouched photo. Read More »
Too Young Models?
Is the problem with too-thin model or too-young girls? Read More »
Models Eating Cotton Balls
Models are eating cotton balls to feel full.
Some models go to desperate measures not to gain weight. Read More »
model says working in the industry gave her ptsd

Soldiers returning from combat get diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder. So do people who live in violent war zones. And, apparently, models. At least according to former model Jennifer Sky, who says her years as teen model led to panic attacks and an anxiety disorder.

Sky started her modeling career young — at 15 — and was thrust into a strange and unfamiliar place when her modeling agency sent her to Japan unchaperoned and unaided. She lived a similar life in New York, where she was sent next, sharing a loft apartment with five other teenage girls, who were all expected to book jobs, feed and care for themselves without any adult supervision. After two years of this, Sky booked the cover of Sassy magazine’s 1994 prom issue. It would be her last modeling gig. She quit because, she told New York mag’s The Cut, she no longer recognized herself: Keep reading »

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