Ew: "The scene: a casting with a photographer... Halfway through the meeting Sena Cech is asked to strip. She does as instructed and takes off her clothes. Then the photographer starts undressing as well." [Observer]
Spotted on a newsstand: the 10th anniversary issue of a French "urban fashion and culture" magazine called WAD, short for "We'Ar different." Because reducing a woman to bodyparts — and comparing her to food — is so original. Full-size picture after the jump.
1. Models Aren't Bitchy To Each Other
Oh, look! Someone snagged our idea about taking the labels off cheap garments to see if people can really tell the difference. Target's GO! International lines are apparently very well-made. We say: Everyone wins. [WSJ]
Sara Ziff — an outspoken Sasha Pivovarova double — started modeling at 14, and deferred college to model full-time. After 12 years in the industry, she's co-directed a documentary about the working lives of models.
In Japan, cotton loincloths like those traditionally worn by men are coming back as women's wear. For around $13, you too could tie a strip of unelasticized cotton around your hips and hit the beach.