Tag Archives: advertising

February 02

WHO SAID THAT MODELS DON’T EAT?

Aiste Miseviciute has quite the resume. She left her native Lithuania when she was just 18 years old to pursue modeling, and went on to work with such international powerhouses as Vogue and Givenchy. Aiste later moved on to study finance in Paris.  However, she has made an interesting transition into a new career (or […]

June 27

FORGET ME KNOTS

FROM A PLACE OF HARDSHIP AND DARKNESS, DEALING WITH ANOREXIA AND DEPRESSION, TAYLLOR LEMPHERS FOUND HERSELF CAUGHT UP IN THE LIE THAT SHE WAS NOT ENOUGH. UNTIL ONE DAY SHE STOPPED RUNNING FROM THE PAST, AND STARTED TO UNDERSTAND HER VALUE. AND TODAY, THROUGH HER JEWELRY BUSINESS, FORGET ME KNOTS (FMKS), SHE ALLOWS HER JOURNEY TO SERVE AS A BEACON OF LIGHT TO WOMEN ACROSS THE WORLD. THIS IS HER STORY.

May 22

Model Talks Industry and What It’s Like To Work With Anne Hathaway

Emily Doyle is a 24 year old model from the sunny state of Florida, who currently resides in Brooklyn. You may recognize her from the major movie starring Anne Hathway, The Intern. We had the opportunity to ask Emily a few questions about what it’s really like to have one of the most seemingly “glamorous” careers out there, and also, “What’s Anne Hathaway like!?”

April 17

Help! I have no Instagram followers!

Editor’s Note: Emily Thomas first published this post on her own blog www.thebegoodblog.com. BY EMILY THOMAS “Help!” She cries, looking desperately at her impoverished number of Instagram followers. “I’m doomed! Forget about my bikini body, 25 lunges and kale green salad, there is no-one out there to see it!”   But honestly, what is happening with the world, […]

March 22

Interview with 27 year-old Surfing Champion turned CEO

If anyone embodies the attitude of a Renaissance Woman, it’s Kayla Beckmann. She recently published an article on Elite Daily entitled, How I Defied Statistics And Became A Female Entrepreneur. From age 12 to 22 she was a competitive surfer who was exposed to pay inequality. “Win a pro event as a female, get $5,000; win the same event as a male, get $20,000.”