Cover Girl Models
Three fashion models travel from Los Angeles to Hong Kong for a shoot. Barbara accidentally comes in possession of some microfilm and is chased by secret service agents. Claire tries to get a role in a film. Mandy tries to make it as a model and falls for their photographer.
Cover Girl Models
Roxy Music went for gold with Flesh + Blood, which hit the top spot in the UK charts in June 1980. The models, staged to look like high-school athletes competing in a sports day javelin contest, were picked and photographed by Peter Saville, best known for his design for work for Factory Records.
Amazing covers. They were always so eye-catching and classy. My favorite remains Stranded, but I had no idea the model was Marilyn Cole from Playboy. She has to be one of the most strikingly beautiful (and sexy) models ever.
My first makeup memory was running down the beauty aisles with my mom getting to pick my very own lipstick. It was a COVERGIRL pink glittery lipstick that made me feel so good about myself - even though it probably wasn't my shade . Well, I am so excited to share that now I get to take my baby girls down those same aisles, and they get to see their mama as a #COVERGIRL! I am so honored and thrilled to join the iconic women of the #COVERGIRL family and be a part of a brand that empowers women to embrace their originality. Follow @covergirl to learn more! #COVERGIRLMADE
[T]he most popular acne treatment for teens was a flesh-colored medicine called Clearasil, a slightly opaque ointment that came in a tube and had a distinctive, rather unpleasant, scent. Mary suggested to her client that Noxzema also develop a medicated, flesh-colored product, but make it opaque enough to cover the skin like a makeup and produce a range of shades. The treatment would actually contain Noxzema, which smelled more medicinal than most cosmetics, but had a more pleasant odor than most acne applications.
By the 1970s, though, there was finally an uptick in Black models being featured on mainstream magazine covers and in runway shows. Assertive and inventive, Donyale Luna was a vanguard of that industry change.
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The scantily-clad subject from the front of the pioneering nu-metal band's 1997 album has become an iconic figure for Deftones fans. In the present day, the cover star's been identified as a middle-aged medical worker from the Pacific Northwest who's still proud of her association with the group.
The cover girl's name is Lisa Hughes, as Kerrang! pointed out on Wednesday (Oct. 28). And while she's previously revealed her identity as Deftones' Around the Fur enchantress, an interview she recently granted to Chilean pop culture site Pousta has revived talk of Hughes' time as an album art model.
No doubt, it's a cool memory for the cover model, not to mention a great way to remember her relationship with the band. But approving the image for use back in the '90s was more difficult than one might expect.
"Funny thing, I didn't have a computer at the time and I received a call from [Deftones guitarist] Stephen (Carpenter) asking if I would allow them to use the photo for the cover," Hughes remembered. "I wanted to see it first, but had a hard time getting a good copy, so I had Maverick Records fax it to me. It was a little dark and hard to see. But I said yes for sure use it. I didn't have doubts, I was excited!"
These days, the cover model no longer hangs out with Deftones, as one might reasonably expect. Still, she indicated that she's hoping to resume her friendly relationship with Carpenter at some point.
From Michael Kors and Kate Spade to Area and Prabal Gurung, with her doll-like features, ebony hair and mini tattoos, Jill Kortleve was one of the star models of New York Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2020. After that side of the Atlantic, she's setting out to conquer the other three fashion capitals. Watch this space.
In the first series of the competition, which only cast 10 girls instead of the usual 12 or more, ANTM said the winner would receive a modeling contract with Wilhelmina Models in New York City, a photo spread in Marie Claire magazine, and a contract with Revlon cosmetics.
House began to pursue a career in modeling after she graduated high school. Following her "ANTM" win, House signed with IMG Models, appeared in a fashion spread and the cover of Jane magazine, and won a cosmetics campaign with Sephora.
House hosted "The Look for Less," a program on the Style Network, in 2005. In 2008, she hosted a reality series called "Queen Bees," which attempted to turn "mean girls" into nice members of society.
"I was not the cute girl in school," Pigford said in a speech after winning the title. "I came here the shortest and the one that had the most insecurities inside of them, and now I'm America's Next Top Model. And I get to represent all the little girls who feel the way I feel ... Watch out world, here comes Eva."
From winning the third season of "America's Next Top Model," Pigford won a CoverGirl cosmetics contract, a spread in Elle magazine, and a modeling contract with Ford Models. She later appeared on the covers of Brides Noir, Women's Health and Fitness, IONA, and Essence.
Mora's prizes for winning the season, which aired in the spring of 2005, included a modeling contract with Ford Models, a fashion spread and cover in Elle magazine, and a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics.
Since her "ANTM" win, Mora, 38, has modeled in New York Fashion Week and on the covers of multiple magazines. In addition to her modeling credits, Mora gave a TED Talk in 2013 about her difficult childhood growing up in Detroit and how her religious background as a Buddhist helped her in her modeling career and helped her become a "global citizen."
Tyra Banks has since received backlash for the incident, with social-media users criticizing how she and runway coach Miss J. Alexander handled the situation. Danielle Evans also made a recent statement about the incident, saying in an Instagram video, "I want to address all of those young girls. I'm gonna take this time to build up and to speak to all of my young queens who saw that episode and were truly affected by Tyra's words ... It doesn't matter if you have a gap, stacked teeth, straight teeth, it matters not. It doesn't matter if you're black, brown, white, indifferent, other. What makes you beautiful is in here."
English was the second winner to come from North Dakota. For winning her season of "America's Next Top Model," she won a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl, a modeling contract with Elite Models, and a cover and six-page editorial spread in Seventeen magazine.
"My relapse is heartbreaking to myself and the ones around me. I am surrounded by compassion and a wonderful team at Cedars," English said in a statement in February 2022. "When I am released I will be spending the next 6 months at a wonderful outpatient rehabilitation center, that will support me in my recovery of addiction and support my mental health."
For winning the title of "America's Next Top Model," Gonzalez was awarded a contract with Elite Model Management, a $100,000 contract with CoverGirl cosmetics, and a cover and spread in Seventeen magazine. 041b061a72