This ain't your high school cotillion.
The runways are becoming more diverse, but are hair and makeup keeping up?
Every single one of them is represented by IMG.
Plus, "Interview" Magazine has a new editor-in-chief.
The brand is known the world over for bouncy beach waves, but this year, it focused on playing up the models' most unique traits.
Plus, the Marques'Almeida designers discuss e-commerce and expansion.
You'd think that after walking in the skin-filled Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, the models would want to, you know, put some clothes on. Yeah... not so much.
Next month, keep your eyes peeled for Maria Borges. STEP Models noticed the Luanda, Angola-native after she placed second at a local competition as a teen; now, age 20, she’s represented by Supreme Management in New York, Women in Paris and Milan, and Premier in London. We recently sat down with Borges and her Supreme agent, Paulo Santos, to discuss her multiple Givenchy exclusives, posing semi-nude for CR Fashion Book, and being a model of color--one of the six who walked in the latest Dior show.