The supermodels return: Yesterday it was
Helena Christensen has made a career in front of the camera, but for her next gig she's stepping behind the lens. The Danish supermodel is teaming up with scouting and management agency Unsigned Management and Swarovski Crystallized to find the new faces for the Swarovski Crystallized Spring 2012 campaign. But Christensen won't just be lending her expert opinion as a model with an enviable 20 year career--she'll be photographing the campaign. We chatted with the supe about her passion for photography, her advice to young models, and why she got involved with the Unsigned Model Search with Swarovksi Crystallized.
There's no question Kardashian has been the target of unfair body criticism these past few months--and supermodel Helena Christensen, for one, has had enough of it.
Yesterday we got a glimpse of the December Harper's Bazaar UK cover featuring the original supermodels (though it was sadly missing the always-fascinating Linda Evangelista). Today the issue hit newsstands, so we get to see the whole thing. Plus, the Duran Duran connection is finally explained.
On Wednesday the Federal Trade Commission announced that Reebok was going to have to reimburse $25 million to consumers for false claims it made about its so-called "toning shoe" benefits. While a Reebok spokesperson told Bloomberg that "settling does not mean we agree with the FTC’s allegations; we do not," it doesn't matter at this point, does it? They have to pay up. The obvious question was, "Who's next?" The obvious answer? Skechers, who advertises the heck out of ShapeUps--using Kardashians--and even has a line for children.