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By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Friday Aug 3, 2012
Karolina Kurkova wants to be the mentor on TV’s "The Face" that she didn’t have 13 years ago when she started modeling. She will be the third coach on the new reality competition for up-and-coming models, working alongside Naomi Campbell and Coco Rocha.
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Wednesday Aug 1, 2012
Give Georgia May Jagger a photo of herself and she’ll find the one little thing wrong with it. In that way, she’s just like most of us. She can spot from a mile away the nervous smile or unflattering pose.
By ALICIA RANCILIO | Monday Jul 30, 2012
There was a time when models really were super. Cindy Crawford, Christie Brinkley, Claudia Schiffer and Nikki Taylor were household names, plastered on magazine covers, dominating advertisements.
By CHRISTY LEMIRE | Wednesday Jun 6, 2012
Everyone in Hollywood wants to be a multi-hyphenate, right? Everyone wants to show they can do it all. A key figure in that tradition is the model-turned-actor.
By HILARY FOX | Saturday May 26, 2012
Stars promised hugs, kisses, a massage - and a vampire bite - in a glamor-filled auction to raise money to fight AIDS, hoping to encourage bidders to open their wallets for items at Thursday’s amfAR gala in the south of France.
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Friday May 11, 2012
Christy Turlington’s No Mother’s Day Mother’s Day is a way to draw attention to maternal mortality, the cause at the heart of the Every Mother Counts advocacy campaign she founded in 2010.
By JENNIFER PELTZ | Monday May 7, 2012
Supermodel Linda Evangelista told a court Friday she can still command about $100,000 to walk a runway, though her career has slowed since its 1980s and ’90s heyday.
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Wednesday Apr 18, 2012
They didn’t really know it at the time, but the black models who walked in the Versailles fashion face-off in France in 1973 carved a path on the catwalk for generations to come.
Saturday Feb 11, 2012
The West End Salon & Spa in Provincetown is seeking male and female models for an upcoming television commercial. The commercial will air on television in Provincetown this spring and on the internet worldwide.
By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL | Thursday Jan 12, 2012
Social media is giving a voice to models who, for the most part, have built their careers as pretty, non-speaking faces. They’ll tweet what they had for breakfast, post behind-the-scenes photos on Tumblr and use Facebook to cultivate "friends."
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