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EDITORIALS / June 19 2012 6:49 PM

Kate Upton’s Racy New GQ Shoot

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Kate Upton and her 19 year old rack are at it again.  After all the positive attention she got for her Cat Daddy dance videos, the negative attention she got by being rejected by Victoria’s Secret, and just well, all around attention for her super tiny bikini on the cover of Sports Illustrated, we’ve all been waiting to see what kind of boobalicious photos she would come up with next.  Well gentlemen, here they are. 

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NEWS / February 14 2012 4:51 PM

Kate Upton’s No (Victoria’s Secret) Angel, MOBama Hits Target and Marc Jacobs Robs the Cradle

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- “She’s like a footballer’s wife, with the too-blond hair and that kind of face that anyone with enough money can go out and buy.” — casting director Sophia Neophitou on Sports Illustrated cover girl Kate Upton‘s prospects of walking in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. [The Cut]

- Get ready to go back to school and get some class. The Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design is now accepting applications. [Vogue UK]

- Michelle Obama wore Jason Wufor Target — at an event in Florida over the weekend. And she looks super jazzed about it. [Huff Po]

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MODELS / February 14 2012 8:31 AM

Kate Upton Is Wearing the Itsiest, Bitsiet, Teensiest, Weensiest Bikini on the Cover of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue

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Seriously, is that even considered a swimsuit? A mild wave will sweep that bikini bottom right off, lady. But as we all know, Sports Illustrated‘s Swimsuit Issue, an annual love letter to horny teenage boys and fully-grown pervs alike, is not about swimming. It’s about hot models in barely-there bikinis and any model who graces its cover immediately becomes a household name. So welcome Kate Upton into your homes, fellas. And she’s brought along a few friends including Bar Refaeli, Irina Shayk, Chrissy Teigen,  Adam Levine’s main squeeze Anne V and supermodel of the world Crystal Renn. Check out the ladies after the jump.

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INTERVIEWS / November 11 2011 1:31 PM

LOOKBOOKS Interview: Lorenzo Martone and the Power of Social Media

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Lorenzo Martone has made a business out of socializing that has taken him around the world and introduced him to a bevy of interesting personalities. With Ryan Brown, he co-founded the PR agency ARC NY whose clients include supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio (DNA) and recent Sports Illustrated cover girl Irina Shayk (Marilyn). Here, Lorenzo discusses how he handles the inevitable cross-pollination between his professional and professional life and how social media has changed it all.

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CULTURE, MODELS / October 22 2011 1:51 PM

INDIE REWIND: The Greatest Supermodels of the 80s (and Early 90s)

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When you think of “supermodel,” you can’t help but think of The Big 3. Or The Super Six. Or my favorite grouping, The Legion of Doom. Spawned from the decadence of the 80s, these gals became more than supermodels — they became divas. From Linda Evangelista refusing to wake up for less than $10,000 a day to the phone-throwing, blood diamond-wearing, catwalking behemoth known as Naomi Campbell, there have never and will never be supermodels the likes of these ladies. Yet their dominance over the zeitgeist was short-lived as they were replaced in the mid-90s by a series of bland waifs whose personalities would not detract from the clothes, i.e. they got knocked from their high horse. But you can’t keep a good super down and they are as in demand today as they were 25 years ago. 

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MODELS / March 13 2011 1:07 PM

The 25 Greatest Supermodels of the Past 50 Years: The 90s and 00s

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The 90s began with the biggest names in the business and then they were all but wiped out when 15 year old Kate Moss slouched onto the scene. Like Twiggy, Jean Shrimpton and Penelope Tree (who bears a striking resemblance to Kate) before her, Kate ushered in a new body image for women to aspire to. That image was the definitive shape for the past two decades and only now are we seeing curves reappear on the runway and in advertising. We’re parking this model mobile in the here and now!

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MODELS / March 12 2011 9:41 AM

The 25 Greatest Supermodels of the Past 50 Years: The 80s

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When you think of “supermodel,” you can’t help but think of The Big 3. Or The Super Six. Or my favorite grouping, The Legion of Doom. Spawned from the decadence of the 80s, these gals redefined who the supermodel was and her influence on fashion and popular culture; yet their dominance over the zeitgeist was short-lived as they were soon replaced by a series of bland waifs whose personalities would not detract from the clothes. You can’t keep a good super down, though, and they are as in demand today as they were 25 years ago. Bust out the parachute pants, we’re breakdancing into the 80s!

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