In Timothy Greenfield-Sanders’s new documentary About Face: Supermodels Then and Now, we follow the stories of a group of aging models discussing the nature of projecting an image, our society’s preoccupation with youth, and how an industry so consumed with beauty can be so ugly.
Isabella Rossellini, Beverly Johnson, Paulina Porizkova and their supermodel sorority helped shape public perceptions of beauty and womanhood at a time of rapid expansion in the mass media. But was the rise of the supermodel a sign ... Read Post
Look for supermodel Beverly Johnson on tomorrow's Tyra Banks show where she'll discuss the modeling industry, race, age and weight. Johnson, 55, an avid golfer who's modeling again, will also be revealing her new figure, says Page S... Read Post
Last night I pried myself away from the hot bodies of the London Games to watch a documentary about a different group of people who make their living with their hot bodies: supermodels. Timothy Greenfield Sanders' feature-length HBO... Read Post