The fashion industry’s bible embarked on a public model search. There were 67,000 applications. What exactly were they looking for?
It is a curious moment in modeling.
There is a gale-force wind of nostalgia for the super-famous supermodels of the 1990s, who star in a new Apple TV+ documentary series and recently were on the covers of British and American Vogue.
And there is a desire within Vogue for fresh talent within its pages.
“Sometimes there’s a feeling that we’re kind of stuck in a rut of just shooting the same girls,” said Rosie Vogel-Eades, the global director of talent and casting at Vogue, who acknowledged that the magazine has not traditionally been
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