Models come and go like the wind in the fashion industry. Sure, some become household names — like the Supers — but most of them do their thing, then move on. That's not to say that they're not sorely missed. I always think of my favorites: Brazilian Ana Claudia Michels, South African Georgina Grenville, Spanish Esther Cañadas, and Scottish Kristy Hume. American Bridget Hall (left) also stands out; she was so sporty, freckly, smiley, but also mastered high-fashion. Let's travel back in time and check out alluring editorials from fashion's once-popular muses.
Kim Kardashian and Lauren Conrad aren't the only ones slated to appear on America's Next Top Model cycle 12. A handful of models have also been tapped as guest judges by Tyra. First up? Chanel Iman, who will appear on the two-hour season premiere on Sept. 9. After that is Josie Maran, who will star in episode five, followed by Jessica White in episode six. Old-school Super Kristy Hume will lend her expertise in the eighth episode, while sexy Victoria's Secret siren Marisa Miller will join the fun on episode nine. Not that I mind a resident judge, but these guest judges are going to majorly spice things up.
London Fashion Week reveals a new venue, 180 The Strand.
Kristy Hume and Chanel Iman to be guest judges on America's Next Top Model.
Roberto Cavalli is keeping his company to himself.
Sexy kimono causes uproar in Japan.
Cartier and Princess Grace of Monaco to be honored on the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style.
Remember Madeline, Austria, and Cato from Vogue's new modeling reality show, Model.Live? The online show is now four episodes in, but last night at the Bowery Hotel in NYC, Vogue.TV and IMG hosted a celebration for the launch. Of course, the models and now-reality-starlets showed up looking gorgeous in different variations of LBDs. Cato (right) is my favorite; who's yours?
Actress Becki Newton was also there, as were famous models Jacquetta Wheeler, Kristy Hume, Elettra Rossellini Wiedemann, and socialite Olivia Palermo. As you can imagine, there was lots of posing, smiling, and socializing. Sounds like my kind of party.
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The icy grounds of Park City, Utah don't exactly compare to the sleek red carpet, but that didn't stop fashion-loving celebrities from showing up and bundling up in the cutest of coats and boots at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. A slew of heavily layered stars show us how they keep warm without having to sacrifice their personal style.