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April 24th, 2008 by wayne | Girls, Model News
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Georgie/Muse Management. Photo: Sebastian Kim for Interview

Georgie cut a swath on the runways of Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton, proving to be a great discovery for that team. Now watch as her first burst of edits hit the stands. OTM thinks this is the first spark of what will be a crackling hot career.

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Photo: Alex Freund for Gravure

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18 Comments

  1. DidiDiva says:

    I’m loving Geogie. True beauty personified.

  2. Tony Mills says:

    The first picture looks like she has stuck her finger in an electric light socket
    Anyway, this model a real beauty…pity we do not see more
    black models used for fashion spreads.

  3. betty says:

    The industry is definitely responding (very slowly)
    to the need for more diversity.. Get ready in the next
    several months to see that.

    Betty/MDC

  4. LAUREN JENNINGS says:

    THIS IS WHAT WE WANT TO SEE!!! FINALLY SOMETHING DIFFERENT!!!!.. NOT THE SAME LINE OF BLAH WHITE GIRLS SOME COLOR WOULD BE NICE ONCE IN A WHILE “GEEZ”!! AND THIS IS COMING FROM A WHITE GIRL WHO HAS EVERY FASHION MAGAZINE.
    THE PAST DECADE IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY HAVE BEEN LIKE GOING TO A SYMPHONY IN THE MEDIEVAL TIMES HEARING THE SAME OLE BLAH SOUNDS.

    THANK GOD THERE’S CHANGE

    LAUREN

  5. betty says:

    Change seems to be the hot word for politics AND modeling :)
    Betty/MDC

  6. mike says:

    WOW… beautiful and elegant
    full lips, striking complexion!

  7. morgan says:

    now if they would only let short ppl model…
    =)
    i dont understand how the modeling world likes
    “different” looking girls and uniqueness if they
    look for only one certain type of girl..
    congrats for breaking the barrier.

  8. Tammy New says:

    She is very beautiful, such unique beauty!

  9. Tony Mills says:

    It’s a pity we do not see more mixed race, black and oriental
    models.I agree with a posting, the fashion world is so conservative in the models
    they use for fashion spreads: variety is the spice of life!!

  10. Tony Mills says:

    I thought the US was a democracy and citizens are allowed to
    Express them under the First Amendment. I did not post anything that was offensive or even derogatory, yet my posting have been removed due to the fact that I expressed views that did not accord with other postings. The Taliban and the Nazis adopted censorship to the detriment of their citizens. Fashion fascism is detrimental
    to creativity, and it also leads to racism.

  11. nicole dixon says:

    ..it’s awesome to see some diversity; it’s really boring to see all white girls all the time…it’s sooo blah!! but why when they finally actually chooses a black she has to sooo uniquely different to the point where her beauty is being questioned? black girls cant have lo
    ng beatiful hair and traditional looks to be considered beautiful? All the other girls look exactly the same to me, it’s like deja vu when watching a fashion shows or looking at magazine……no wonder black girls aren’t getting booked; it’s almost a mockery…racism if i should say so my self..it’s outrageous!!!

  12. betty says:

    To Tony Mills:
    This is Betty from MODELS.com. There was nothing wrong
    with what you posted. You actually had something interesting
    to say versus many of the comments that just say: Nice pics,
    pretty eyes!! or something boring.

    Just so you know, you posted on a Sunday when the admin
    usually do not look at the posts. Please be reasonable and
    allow us even one day of rest!

    Betty
    MODELS.com

  13. betty says:

    To all posters:

    Just so everyone knows… EVERY blog, website that you post
    comments on are moderated; this is true for The New York Times
    website to people’s personal blogs on Blogspot.com.

    There is a freedom of speech of course but the purpose of
    moderating is to allow comments that the owners of the website
    or blog feel are appropriate to the discussion on hand.

    You guys don’t even know HOW many people post COMPLETELY
    irrelevant comments about topics..people saying “check me out
    on my website… blah, blah, blah”

    If you’re going to post, add something interesting to the
    discussion. If it’s going to be negative, it can’t be “She’s
    an ugly b*tch”. Saying that adds nothing interesting to the
    discussion. Say something intelligent on why you
    don’t like the picture or girl (maybe the lighting is not
    your style or you prefer this girl to that girl).

    We are a professional company that doesn’t appreciate
    childish actions but more importantly we are dealing
    with human beings. For all those people who deal in negativity
    remember that the models have emotions and feelings as well.

    Betty
    MODELS.com

  14. kurt vonnegut says:

    love her! i hope we see her in that all-coloured/black/whatever vogue italia magazine, hmmm??
    i can only dream….

  15. icanbeasmartazz says:

    i can not believe how many comments this girl is getting!
    very pretty.

  16. nothing_now says:

    All these comments!! Amazing!
    This is the most comments I have ever seen on in this
    section. Georgie you are so BONTIO!! [beautiful]
    You are making a stand for all ehtnic models and I adore it. :}
    *Zy

  17. EWOENAM says:

    WOW. Never has an entry been so full of comments. All we have to say is, “OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!”
    ‘Nuff said!

  18. Tne management says:

    This girl rocks, her facial and bone structure is amazing.
    I have to say that she is from Burkina Faso ( so am i).
    Good luck Sister, let the sky be your your limit…

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