A group of activists decided to show Victoria’s Secret shoppers that they didn’t need Photoshop to feel good about their bodies.
Stylist Katie Grand remembers a time when the model didn’t meet the designer’s approval. (In a manner of speaking, he called her Dopey.)
New York just passed a law that would offer models the same protections as all entertainers under the age of 18. If the law passes, hiring girls under the age of 18 would become a lot more difficult (and probably less desirable) — but top models have been starting their careers well before 18 for decades.
Ridiculously taut and MILF-y, obviously.
The law, which would give fashion models working in New York the same protections as all other child performers, would discourage designers from hiring any models under the age of 18 — and could completely change the face of fashion.
As we wave farewell to Game of Thrones for a while, you’ll find it’s quite likely “you know nothing”… about Jon Snow.
In 1982, Cindy landed the cover of the illustrious DeKalb NITE Weekly.
Reducing a plus-size swimsuit model’s worth to sex jokes and fast food. The most offensive: all of them.
“Suki Waterhouse turns heads,” says the magazine. Bradley’s in particular, then.
Human models get all the fame. But don’t forget about the props that also make a living on their looks.
Naomi Campbell’s ex-boyfriend is now apparently dating one of the contestants she mentored on modeling show The Face. Get your popcorn ready.
The CFDA awards celebrate the finest in American fashion, and provide a good excuse for fashion folk to get dressed up. Though, really, fashion folk don’t need an excuse to get dressed up.
“I don’t have any issues with the term ‘plus-size,’” says the sensational new star of H&M’s famous plus-size swimwear campaign.
The best comment on her Instagram photos of the occasion: “Cara please stop.”
There were only two episodes, but we’ll always have the memories. And these gifs.
Complaints over the a recent cover of T magazine, featuring “sleaze for dirty old men,” led to the Times’ public editor to weighing in.
No one has the sexy hair toss down quite like Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue beauty Alyssa Miller. She walks us through some of her signature sultry moves.
British designer J. W. Anderson presented his new collection for Versace’s diffusion label Versus last night. It was androgynous to say the least, so let’s make a game of it.
FromThe Great Gatsby’s cast to a gaggle of top models and, um, David Hasselhoff. Quite the eclectic guest list, then.
“Actually, [modeling is] really tough… This walking thing is crazy.”
In futuristic headgear and flawless makeup, girl racer Hilary Rhoda is revved up and ready for warp speed. See the awesome video in full over at Nowness.
The size 12 model fronts this summer’s collection of H&M+ swimmies. (The tie-dye pieces are from Beyoncé’s line.)
On her finger. At least it’s not of a mustache.
Shocker: models take a lot of selfies, and then they post them on Instagram. Chances are some are bound to get weird.
A newly released book of his photography entitled I Only Want You to Love Me features a cast of look-a-like “Western” models. And by “Western,” Aldridge means white.
The magazine’s new cover girl, shot by Mario Testino in Uruguay.
See her like you’ve never seen her before: in a one-piece.