About Models

Posted by jun inquig on Tuesday, March 8, 2011
Supermodels


According to Forbes and the Guinness Book, the richest model in the world is Brazilian Gisele B√ľndchen

Supermodels are highly paid, high profile fashion models. These (usually female) celebrities appear on top fashion magazine covers, in catalogues, and in fashion shows.

The first model widely considered to have paved the way for what would become the supermodel was Lisa Fonssagrives.[13] The relationship between her image on over 200 Vogue covers and her name recognition led to the importance of Vogue in shaping future supermodels. Her image appeared on the cover of fashion magazine during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s from Town & Country, Life and Vogue to the original Vanity Fair. Models like Dorian Leigh and Meg Patti have also been dubbed the first supermodels.


Glamour models

Glamour models posing on the red carpet - Hollywood, California, USA 03/09/2008

Glamour photography emphasizes the model and the model's sexuality rather than products, fashion or the environment. Glamour modelling often focuses on the body of the subject and insinuations of sexuality serve to enhance a product's attractiveness. Glamour models may be used for mass-produced calendars, pinup and for men's magazines, such as Playboy magazine. Famous glamour models include Pamela Anderson, Jordan, Jodie Marsh, Lucy Pinder, and Louise Glover.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model_%28person%29



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