Jourdan Dunn made her runway debut in the New York shows in the fall of 2007, walking in shows for Marc Jacobs and Polo Ralph Lauren. She has modelled for Burberry, Calvin Klein, Yves Saint Laurent, Prada, Victoria's Secret, Topshop, Jaeger, Gap, Shiatzy Chen, Benetton, H&M, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. She's been in Vogue, Elle, i-D, among other magazines.
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She is currently ranked 15th on the Top 50 Models Women.
Being green has ever been so chic. Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, has ingrated the GREENshowroom into it's worldwind of shows and events. The showroom has been very successful for 6 years and takes place at the Hotel Adlon Kempinski in Berlin, during Berlin's Fashion Week. It's a showcase designed to display eco fashion trends to the vast national and international crowds. Magdalena Schaffrin and Jana Keller, founders of the exhibition are extremely delighted by the success of the event. "It is great to see such a positive mood and enthusiasm amongst the exhibitors and the audience. This shows us that consciousness is growing towards a more sustainable living and Green Luxury is en vogue. We are very pleased that the idea and concept of GREENshowrooms is so well received. "
This years GREENshowroom included 25 labels, like well-known designers Anne Gorke, Deep Mello and Sarah Reinhard. Each fashion house must prove in advance that at least 60% of the collection is green before their models can hit the catwalk. Make up for the show was by AVEDA. The all natural cosmetic brand used pink eye shadow in soft rouge on the outer corners of the eyes. The rest of the make up remained natural; only the lips were accented with pink lip gloss. Voluminous hairstyles and soft colors dominated the show. Hopefuly New York's Fashion Week will soon have a GREENshowroom.
Supermodel Elle Macpherson has stepped down as host for Season 2 of NBC's "Fashion Star."
“I have been involved with ‘Fashion Star’ from the beginning, and am very proud to see it come to life, not only in America but globally,” Macpherson, who will continue to serve as executive producer, told The New York Post. “The show is in great hands, and although I will not be hosting this season, I will still be very involved [and] will be reviewing the format for the upcoming season.”
While Macpherson's step down on the series comes as a bit of a surprise, she did tease upcoming changes to HuffPost at the NBC upfront presentation in May.
"I think we're going to jerk things around a little bit and you have to watch the space," Macpherson said when asked if all the judges will return. "We've done a great job and NBC has been 100 percent behind us. America's been behind this program."
Other changes are coming to show, according to the Post: Producers are considering doing away with judges altogether, and fashion brand H&M one of the program's co-sponsors will no longer be behind it.
The fashion reality series features designers competing for a chance to have their clothing sold at reputable retail stores. Season 1 judges Jessica Simpson, John Varvatos and Nicole Richie will be back for Season 2 of "Fashion Star," the Post reported.
"Fashion Star" will return to NBC's schedule in the fall on Sundays, 8 p.m. ET.
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