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Bits & Bytes: Model Obsession

February 2nd, 2011 |Posted by Betty


Bambi Northwood Blyth by Annie Wilshaw.

We (as well as almost every fashion person we know) are obsessed about models, Polaroids and Polaroids of models. In a special piece for TheOnes2Watch, Annie from Premier Model Management talks about how she started and hands over her trove of beauties to the O2W. Take a peek on O2W and choose your favorite.

Bits & Bytes Special Model Edition:

There may be no other male model search as successful as the VMan/Ford collaboration (take a look at what the past winners have been doing). Their new search has begun and the winner gets a shoot with the incredible Steven Klein, styled by Nicola Formichetti. We just might be a tad jealous. (Search ends March 1st)

Perry Ellis‘s February show needs one more hot male model and wants YOU the audience to choose him. Check out Andre Douglas, Seth Kuhlman and more of the hot 9.

Model agencies, want to see how to do Twitter the right way? Read Damien from Ford’s interview to figure out your Twitter gameplan.

Givenchy face and former MOTW Jonathan Marquez talks to Ponyryder.

Missed out on our Top Money Guys’ listing? Go ahead, and FB Like it… you know you love handsome men like Noah Mills and David Gandy.

The awesome Coco Rocha writes the forward to Jeanne Beker’s new book on the modeling industry (which is titled Strutting It! The grit behind the glamour). Is there anything this girl doesn’t do? Oh and if you missed her details about her efforts with Haiti with Behati, go here.

We really don’t have much to say about America’s Next Model but when Erin WassonAlek WekFranca SozzaniLori GoldsteinFrancesco Carrozzini and IMG’s Ivan Bart are all mentioned in one sentence, we might have to give ANTM a second glance.

Marilyn Gauthier Paris has a brand new blog and it’s sexy, strong and fashionable (just like Ms. Gauthier herself).

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L.A. Story

September 7th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

You can’t beat Hollywood for sheer drama; Francesco Carrozzini taps into that theatrical spirit for Vogue Italia with a story tailor made for Los Angeles. Using her skills as an actress Rie Rasmussen embodies the role of disenchanted L.A. housewife, from cleaning a broken glass off the kitchen floor, to staring blanky at her own reflection, Rie adds emotion to each and every picture.

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d-Lightful

June 16th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

d’management group sends us some of the hottest (and the coolest) of the new campaigns.

Gucci Pre Fall 2010: Raquel Zimmermann, Joan Smalls, Nikola Jovanovic by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.

Giorgio Armani F/W 10: Janice Fronimakis by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Lanvin F/W 10: Alex Dunstan by ?

Ermanno Scervino F/W 10: Matt Loewen by Francesco Carrozzini

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A Girl Named Heidi

May 11th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Love her or hate her Heidi Klum has accomplished what few models have ever dared to. More than a decade in the game and a hit TV show have garnered Klum the kind of celebrity that extends past fashion and into the general public consciousness. This month Vogue Germany pays tribute to one of its brightest stars via an all Heidi issue. The theme ‘Heidi by Vogue’ promises to display the commercial queen in a considerably more high fashion context and editorials by Alexi Lubomirski, Paola Kudacki, Knoepfel & Indlekofer and Francesco Carrozzini show us a different side of Ms. Klum.

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Heidi Klum by Francesco Carrozzini, Paola Kudacki, Knoepfel & Indlekofer | Scan by Nadine @ tFS

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New Moon Rising

April 14th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Fans of all things Edward and Bella already know that Noot Seear is set to to appear in the latest installment of the ‘Twilight’ series as the bewitching vampire Heidi. With her elegant bearing and classic beauty it’s easy to see why Seear would be cast as an irresistible femme fatale. Seear plays a similarly dark seductress for photographer Francesco Carrozzini. The dramatic black and white pictures have an air of the cinematic and Noot lets her sensual side show as she embraces the moody darkness. ‘New Moon’ is still months away from hitting theatres but this gives Noot’s fashion fans something to sink their teeth into.

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For Double Magazine. pics courtesy of 1 models.

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