A lot of models like to make claims like, "Modeling is just how I make my money so I can pursue my real passion - photography" (paging Janice Dickinson,) but it turns out that at least one current model may actually mean what she says. Iekeliene Stange doesn't just take photos to work out her wrists, they actually end up in magazines like Muse, Japanese Harper's Bazaar and The Room for all (ok, some of) the world to see. She's currently taking black-and-white photos of the backstage madness during Paris Fashion Week, all of which will be, according to her, "from my perspective." According to WWD, she plans to show an exhibition of her work, which covers several seasons of fashion, at a London gallery. This is actually a little bit funny - Iekeliene did everything possible with her body language to ward off photographers snapping pictures of her getting ready backstage during New York Fashion Week. When they were either too nice or too important to ignore, she would contort her body in a weird pose giving a face like, "Happy now?" But maybe it's different when you're a model yourself?
A lot of models like to make claims like, "Modeling is just how I make my money so I can pursue my real passion - photography" (paging Janice Dickinso