Friday, October 30, 2009

Sarah Stephens - Japanese Vogue

Sarah is a vampire in the new Japanese Vogue...Photographed by Thomas Lagrange.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Marloes Horst - Ponytail Magazine

Marloes appears on the cover of the new Ponytail magazine, shot by Benjamin Lennox.

Michelle Bachelet

Chilean President Rides High as Term Ends
Published: October 29, 2009
After a rough start, Michelle Bachelet, Chile’s first woman in the presidency, is winding up her term as one of the country’s most popular leaders.

Read NY Times article here:

Monday, October 26, 2009

Now Representing Julia Frakes

Next is now representing blogger extraordinaire Julia Frakes of Bunny BISOUS. Welcome!!

Friday, October 23, 2009

Anja Rubik - French Vogue

Anja Rubik shot by Tyen and styled by Emmanuelle Alt for French Vogue's November issue.

Note from Veronica Varekova in Rwanda

Veronica is in Rwanda and wanted to share this:

What a day! This is one incredible experience....there is no TV show or Hollywood film that can provide what we are learning here. I feel so lucky to be here and touch with my own hands the reality of today's Rwanda. We had fantastic meeting with the Head Adviser of the President. Earlier today we went to visit the genocide memorial, there I nearly lost my lunch... So emotional. But what a brave country this is! Tomorrow we go to Virunga to see the mountain gorillas...:) xV.

Read more about Veronica's trip to Africa by clicking here

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Now Representing Suvi Koponen

Finnish stunner Suvi Koponen is now repped by Next, welcome Suvi!

Now Representing Meghan Collison

Please welcome Meghan Collison to Next Model Management

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The first, but not the last...

76-Year-Old Is First Woman to Win Nobel Prize for Economics

by: David Usborne and Sean O'Grady | The Independent UK

Professor Elinor Ostrom became the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize in Economics. (Photo: Adam P Schweigert / WFIU, wfiupublicradio / flickr)

Elinor Ostrom's award takes number of female laureates in 2009 to five.

The grip enjoyed by men on the Nobel Prize for Economics was broken at last yesterday when Elinor Ostrom, a professor at the University of Indiana, became the first woman to be honoured with the award.

Her win ensured that 2009 was a record-breaking Nobel year for women, with five female winners.

Professor Ostrom, 76, shares her prize with with a fellow American academic, Oliver Williamson, also 76, who teaches at the University of California, Berkeley. Both professors specialise in economic governance and the deployment of authority to resolve conflicts.

To read more about Elinor Ostrom and the prize she hopes will direct more attention to other women working in the field of economics, click here.

Marloes Horst - Lula Magazine

Marloes was photographed by Viki Forshee and styled by Kusum Lynn for the latest Lula magazine. Click on each shot for the full sized version.

French Magazine Covers

Karmen Pedaru and Rachel Rutt were featured on French Magazine's covers for Fall 2009, photographed by Thierry LeGoues.

Elyse Taylor - Australian Vogue Cover

Elyse Taylor is featured on the cover of the November Australian Vogue.

Shu-Pei - Chinese Vogue Beauty

Shu-Pei has a beautiful new beauty story in the November Chinese Vogue, photographed by Jem Mitchell in London.

Monday, October 12, 2009

Karlie Kloss - Italian Vogue Cover

Karlie Kloss has landed her first Italian Vogue cover, photographed by Steven Meisel in NYC.

Kendra Spears - French Elle Cover

Kendra is featured on the cover of the new French Elle, photographed by David Vasiljevic at Fast Ashley's in Brooklyn, NY, along with a 28 page editorial story.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Karlie Kloss - US Vogue's November Issue

Karlie Kloss is all over the November issue of Vogue... Appearing in a legendary FOUR stories in one issue.

First, a fashion story by Patrick Demarchelier...

Next, Karlie by Tim Walker at Rooftop Gardens in the Bronx:

Karlie alongside CFDA nominee Alabama Chanin, shot by Norman Jean Roy:

And shot with actor Tom Sturridge, photographed by Mario Testino: