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Stephanie Seymour: Kendall Jenner and Gigi Are not Supermodels, They’re ‘Bitches of the Moment!’



Bow down, bitches (of the moment)! Stephanie Seymour thinks that the era of the supermodel is above and done with.

In truth, she has a colorful description of the new class of versions like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid Here's Why Kendall Jenner Chopped Her Hair Gigi Hadid Tweets Help for Zayn After He Cancels Concert Due to Nervousness Gigi Hadid, Zayn Malik Hold Hands Days Following Obtaining Back Collectively Njitches of the moment!”

Seymour, 47, joked with Vanity Fair. “That would be a great title for them.” “They are completely various than we had been,” she mentioned. “Supermodels are kind of the factor of the previous. They deserve their personal title. [Kendall and Gigi] are gorgeous women, and I help all of them, but they want their personal title.”

The supermodel, who dominated runways and magazines in the late ᦀs and early ᦐs alongside fellow legends Cindy CrawfordNaomi Campbell and Kate Moss. mentioned the variations in between modeling then and now.  뻊use there weren’t cameras close to us all the time, we acquired away with so a lot far more and had so a lot more enjoyable. We did not have people watching us all the time, and we weren’t putting ourselves out there in a way that was turning the media towards us or for us in any way,” she continued. “We still had our privacy, and there was much more of an illusion behind the girls. You get rid of your illusion when you give a lot of yourself away, and that’s what I really don't like about it.” Seymour’s not the only OG who thinks this Jenner-ation does not match up to the last. "I know a whole lot of men and women — legitimate vogue people — can’t stand it," Rebecca Romijn advised Entertainment Tonight. "Dislike it that these, you know, social media stars are now the supermodels in fashion. They are not true supermodels." But there is an exception: Cindy Crawford. She admits that she envies millennial designs for their social media–powered attain. "I'm so jealous,” Crawford, who’s the mom of up-and-coming model Kaia Gerber. informed Cosmopolitan. “I really feel they have this direct way to talk with their audience that my generation didn't have.

I consider it's a accountability, but it's also a fantastic instrument, simply because they actually can be their personal publicists. They can present themselves the way that they want to be presented."


by www.usmagazine.com
06/13/2016 17:57:56
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