In 2007, Gawker Media launched Jezebel.com; five years and over three million readers later, we figure it's time to celebrate. But rather than toot our own horn, we decided to honor 25 game-changing women who we think embody what we're all about: names you may know, names you should know, and names you'll be hearing…
The fashion industry in 2010 was rocked by everything from untimely deaths to unlikely unionization efforts. Money, sexual harassment, suicide, and shocking resignations: here's what changed fashion this year. [NSFW]
Given that the Gen Art Film Festival, presented by Acura's 15th Anniversary launch party, was held at at 7 For All Mankind, it's no shocker that guests dressed down — well, for stars. Denim was the order of the day!
So this ridiculously expensive Ivy League university of which I'm sure you've heard is offering a class in model memoirs.
The news that '90s supermodel Karen Mulder was arrested in Paris for making death threats to her plastic surgeon could be written off as, at worst, a punchline, or at best, the latest expression of an unbalanced woman's erratic behavior.
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]
The casual observer could be forgiven for thinking that personality is making a fashion comeback just now, after years of Eastern Brazilopean clones on the runway and in the magazines.
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.