Sasha is clearly the brainstormer. (from the Gucci Resort post party in Rome)
This entry from one of our other favorite blogs, the Imagist, resonated with the power of a 'super' face.
Hiss Hiss...By September shows in NY, a good half dozen of all those CK Jeans/ Hugo Boss/ Armani blue chip faces will have switched agencies. Its like we said at MDC..there seems to be a huge reset going on in the industry these days...And it looks like that July Vogue extravaganza is starting to have an ad impact already. A Very Important Hisser told me today certain clients have instructed our spy to be more "inclusive" in their future ad castings. Very 90's multi-cultural no?
It's amazing that despite being summer, things can feel so gloomy. With the economy at a stand still will things get more and more selective or just doomed? Both probably.
It seems everyone involved in a fashion institution, Parsons, Ford, etc is dealing with not only the repercussions of "fashionable" reality television (producing swarms of wannabes) but with the pessimistic American climate.
C'est la vie
Anyone looking for some inspiration should see the Met's Superhero exhibition or better yet BATMAN. ...or even better People & Parties via Style.com
Super-bone structure is the superpower these three have for supermodel status...if only they could save the world.