Month: July 2016

Stripped Down Simplicity with Model Harleth Kuusik

Estonian model Harleth Kuusik is an all natural-beauty with an appreciation for the simple things in life. When she debuted onto the fashion scene at only sixteen-years-old, she enchanted casting directors and designers with her aura of calm and maturity. There is something incredibly serene about this svelte and classic European girl next door. She made her first appearance at Proenza Schouler during the Spring/Summer 2014 collection, which still holds a special place in her heart. Less than a year later, she made appearances in shows for other major houses including Prada, Miu Miu, Celine, Valentino, and Louis Vuitton....

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Meet Whimsical Cool Girl Grace Hartzel

Grace Hartzel may seem like a new face on the modeling scene, but the truth is that she’s no amateur. Mary and Jeff Clarke, the same agents who have made stars of other A-listers such as Karlie Kloss, discovered her as a fourteen-year-old at a Cheesecake Factory in Saint Louis, Missouri. She started her career walking in the Raf Simons Dior Haute Couture show and blew up – becoming a signature model at fashion week events. Now, Graace Hartzel has modeled for everyone from Chanel to Marc Jacobs. Grace eventually caught the eye of Saint Laurent’s Hedi Silmane. After...

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Gigi Hadid: Hollywood’s Sweetheart and a New American Icon

When Gigi Hadid first stepped onto the modeling scene, she was two years old. She was discovered by Paul Marciano of Guess and started modeling for Baby Guess before she left the industry to focus on school. As the daughter of Dutch-born model and Real Housewives star Yolanda Hadid and real-estate developer Mhamed Hadid, modeling is practically a birthright. Gigi attended school in Malibu and graduated from Malibu High School where she was captain of the varsity volleyball team and rode horseback. In an interview with Into the Gloss, Gigi describes herself as a “typical jut-graduated-high-school-in-Malibu type of girl,”...

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Instagram Star Scott Dissek’s $20,000 sponsored post mistake

Sponsored posts on Instagram are always with purpose, they are paid to a celebrity to promote their product. Not everyone follows the legal right to show off or promote the product that they are paid and they ‘accicednly’ slip a post that makes visible to other that the celebrity is a part of the campaign of the product. One of the famous goof ups is made recently by the reality TV personality Scott Disick on Instagram where he posts as if he is paid to promote the Boo Tea Shake his sponsor’s instructions in the photo caption instead of...

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Paid Ads? No, Unclear Celebrity Posts!

Celebrities are often paid to advertise products or show off in a campaign or during their career, but sometimes they often do things wrong and get carried away in the moment and make simple mistake – post an image where they show off a product which is not really allowed to do so. Whatever the product is, many agencies research about whether the celebrities are paid to show the products or not, but if they are not obligated to do so, celebrities who need to show off products must grab a greater attention than the ones that slip a...

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