A New Modeling Agency Reps All Sizes, Kanye West x A.P.C. Sells Out, and Taylor Swift Fans Bash an Indie Brand
The Emmy's Are Here! Find out which shows (aside from Game of Thrones, duh) really deserve to win an Emmy for their spot-on costume design. In The Name of Kanye, $120 Plain White Tees Sell Out: That tee wasn't the only plain (and sold out) thing in A.P.C.'s "frustrating project" with Kanye West--we've got the whole collection right here. In Other Tee News: Serious Taylor Swift fans (aka Swifties) are hurling death threats at indie t-shirt company, Bad Kids Clothing, for selling joke tees that list all the last names of the men that the singer has been linked with. The designers fill us in. Alexander Wang Hunger Games: Free-For-All: The designer sent out cryptic e-mail invites of a “one-time-only, undisclosed special event"—and we were there to take it (and the free clothes) all in. Find out what happened.
First Modeling Agency Devoted to Girls of All Sizes Sets Up Shop in NYC
A modeling agency that represents women of all sizes? In an industry that likes to categorize women--as "straight size" (0-2) or "plus size" (12-16)--it's a revolutionary concept. But that's just what former Ford agents Gary Dakin and Jaclyn Sarka, both of whom co-directed Ford's plus board for many years, have done in setting up their new agency JAG. "We are the first agency in New York that’s dedicated solely to women of all sizes," Dakin said.
Will an Agency for "Normal Sized" Models Actually Work?
I’m 5’5” and a size 6, with a not-insignificant ass. I don’t see many models out there who look like me. In fact, very few women--no matter what the