Check out this interview with Mariah Morrison:
Longview model making the rounds for fashion
Her road to a successful modeling career is just getting started.
Sara Ziff Started the Model Alliance, its purpose is to improve the not so glamourous working conditions models deal with. Now there is another model on board, Yomi Abiola, except her concept is fashion in general. What can we do to improve the industry? Yomi wants to bring people together. Whether it is to improve the environment, protect the image that fashion represents these days in magazines, or just the general working condition people go through in this fast paced industry where sleep is minimal. What do you think of this idea? Read more here for her full story!
Sara Ziff for Healthy Magazine November 2011
Yomi Abiola for Maybelline
Karolin Wolter started as a runway model. She was always told she needed to lose more weight. Karolin then redesigned herself by gaining weight, becoming a plus-size model. As she was adjusting to the market; Karolin was now too skinny for the plus-size industry. Wolter is now back to being a runway model, something she is not happy about. Unfortunately, the industries are both strict when it comes to size. Being too skinny is a good and bad thing when it comes to the runway and plus-size divisions.
Check out more of her story here!
As 2 models leave Ford for another agency, the blame game starts. Who is at fault? The model or the agency? Ford and Men Women N.Y. Model Management have a history, but maybe it is their reality. They both seem to have a competition. The agencies both claim the other "stole" their models. What if maybe the models just did not like their agency? Coincidence? We will let you decide. Check out this link to the full story of a long feud between two big agencies.