Poor pay, long hours, and exhaustion: The life of a working model is very different from Kendall Jenner’s lucrative fame—which made her apparent diss of models so offensive.
Miranda Frum is a writer and model living in Tel Aviv. Her written work has appeared in The Tower, Maclean’s, the Huffington Post and the National Post. Follow her on Twitter @mirandafrum.
All those who I have met who had gone to Kerry swore by his hypnosis. They claimed their lives had changed. Could it be for real?
Tala Raassi grew up in suburban Washington, D.C. and then in Iran. She knows both cultures—but wasn’t ready for what happened to her one night in 1998.
As a group of models prepares to sue their former agencies, one model reveals her own experience of being bullied and patrolled by her former handlers.
In professions like modeling it’s not uncommon for models to be expected to work for no money—and this shadowy economy is anything but fair.
A new California bill creating health standards for models is welcome. But what is urgent is proper regulation of modeling agencies themselves.
Let’s take a closer look at what a suspect in the Foley and Sotloff murders in Syria had to say when he was rapping in London.
In Israel, life goes on under Iron Dome. The Hamas missiles blow up in the air, sometimes. And even if they don’t, the fear becomes banal.
Violence continues as the fault lines of hatred deepen not only between Arab and Jew, but within different communities.
Israelis have been hardened by years of threats and terror. The three murdered teenagers are the latest example. But a young Arab-Israeli may have pointed the way to a better future.