Sometimes you just feel like strapping on a pair of elaborate angel wings and prancing your stilettos down a glittery runway, right? Well, Victoria's Secret is offering US women a chance to realise that dream.
The lingerie giant is looking for a model to walk in the next Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Entrants should be 18 to 35 years old, at least 5'8" in bare feet, and be available to be in New York from Oct. 29 to Dec. 3 to compete for the runway gig.
VS All Access has all the details and will feature an online application when entries open Oct. 1. Want to go to an open casting? New York, LA, Miami and Chicago all have dates.
The entry deadline is Oct. 24, so let us know if you sign up!
The ever-lovely Leigh Lezark apparently has decided that DJing and modelling aren't enough in this world. So she's signed on as a brand ambassador for Front Row, a new haircare line by Charles Worthington.
If her perfect locks are anything to go by, then we'd have to say we trust her judgment. But now we just need that wardrobe, too...
Naturally blonde Norwegian Siri Tollerød was spotted on Monday arriving at Zac Posen and later at Marc Jacobs a good few shades lighter than the day before; it seems as though platinum blonde is a look that is set to become increasingly popular.
American model, Dree Hemingway, also appears to be on the platinum bandwagon, as she was seen partying with Another Magazine’s fashion cool kids at the Jane Hotel on Monday night with a much blonder look than we’re used to.
With both models having bright blue eyes, we think the lighter shade really suits the girls - as do Tollerød’s agency, who just posted photos of her with the new style - let’s hope the camera does too.
Ever since Dutch supermodel, Lara Stone, was signed by IMG in 2006, she has become one of fashion's most in-demand models with a distinct and edgy tomboy style; a style we can now get a piece of for ourselves.
Stone has personally picked out 50 of her most loved pieces for the September curate section at Not Just A Label, an uber-cool online shop specialising in selling young designers’ pieces. The site will provide all Stone-style admirers with a unique insight into her taste in clothes. “She loves leather, very tomboyish stuff,” says NJAL co-founder Stefan Siegel. “She basically wanted to choose all black, but when we asked her to choose some colour she fell in love with an orange felted shift dress - and it was by a recent graduate from Ravensbourne College.” Stone’s top four items, all modeled by herself of course, have been renamed as the Lara Stone micro-collection.