Love them loud and proud.
“I call myself a hand specialist, but I got the label ‘supermodel.’ My hands were insured for a seven-figure sum.”
The Photoshop is strong in this one..
A new report finds that mainstream fashion was still majorly whitewashed in 2014.
Photographer Viktorija Pashuta and stylist Jordan Swain have reimagined different social networks as dapper men.
Not that you were looking at the clothes, anyway.
“Her mommy surely called a top agency, got her in the door and the design houses just chose to milk her fame like the cash cow that it is.”
Strike a full-figured pose.
For God so loved the world that She gave us not one hot guy, but two hot guys who look just like one another.
Miranda won Dolly magazine’s annual modelling competition and instantly became a star.
ModCloth signed the Heroes of Advertising Pledge, which aims to reduce the number of model photos being altered in post-production.
The Victoria’s Secret model is also ridiculously down to earth. Life is not fair.
Stars! They’re just like you!
*BOOKS PLANE TICKET TO BRAZIL*
You should wanna bad beach like this.
In the ’90s, the supermodel didn’t just rule the catwalk.
There’s an island in the Bahamas that is essentially owned by swimming pigs, and model Irina Shayk recently joined them.
Plus the bros of Coachella, what you NEED to know about Mountain Dew’s ingredients, and little kids try to figure out what a Walkman is.
In the fashion industry, Terry Richardson’s sexual harassment is the symptom, not the disease.
The 49-year-old L’Wren Scott, who was found dead on Monday of an apparent suicide, was a stylist and designer as well as the longtime girlfriend of Mick Jagger.
Sex appeal looks pretty different when you turn it around.
Plus Robert Redford and Will Ferrel have an historic debate, Cookie Monster becomes the “Wolf of Sesame Street,” and reviews of 9 “hangover cures.”
Excuse me, are you a ballerina? Cuz, girl, you’re en pointe.
Plus Oprah tries to reform LiLo, MMA is headed toward using real-life “RoboCop” suits, and 10 models who’ve failed beautifully at acting.
Featuring one of the greatest snow day announcements of all time, a little kid having more fun than anyone ever, and your new favorite winter sport: CAT CURLING.
People are wondering why Mattel paid for Barbie to appear in Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue this month. The brand was just trying to get the grown-ups talking and it worked.
These women prove your modeling career can last long past your 20s.
Plus why Bill de Blasio is down with Lorde, what your favorite coffee says about you, and how knowing another language helps your brain.