As a Alabama native, I packed my bags and moved to New York City in pursuit of a modeling career at 18 years old. Even though I will always be a small-town girl at heart, I always dreamed of all the adventures of living in a big city.
On August 25th, Claudia Schiffer -- the youngest of the crop of so-called "original supermodels" who made their mark on fashion in the late 1980s and early 1990s -- will turn the big 4-0. To celebrate, InStyle took a look back at the top six, and offers updates as to where they are now.
When international supermodel Naomi Campbell took the witness stand Friday in the trial against Liberia's former President Charles Taylor, Western media outlets showered unprecedented attention on this largely ignored war crimes trial.
A friend of supermodel Naomi Campbell handed over unpolished diamonds to South African police the day that Campbell testified at a war crimes trial for former Liberian President Charles Taylor, police said Friday.
Yes, yes, James Franco is going to Yale, the third stop on his tour of schools in the tri-state area -- before graduating from Columbia and going all Ivy League business, Franco had a brief fling with New York University. Amongst those precious days he spent at the latter, I was fortunate enough to share an elevator with him on the way to one of my classes.
Legal experts say Max Mosley, the embattled FIA president, is unlikely to reap much financial gain from taking legal action against a UK newspaper that published revelations of his alleged role in a sado-masochistic orgy with five prostitutes.
We don't know who decided that it's unfashionable to be very tall, very small, or very curvy;but we do know what authentic style looks like, and these six women have it. They dress not to conceal but to celebrate.
Playing together for the first time since 1988, Led Zeppelin rocked a capacity 10,000 crowd at London's 02 arena Monday night – a crowd that included celebs like Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Mick Jagger and Paul McCartney.
You may think you have the worst boss in the Western Hemisphere, but if you've never had to dodge a cell phone, been fired over a breakfast pastry or had your work referred to as "a complete and utter mess," you probably have it better than you realize.
"It's been a very interesting year. I've learned many lessons, like no more phones. In New York I'm the bad girl, I'm the good girl, I'm a controversial girl, and I've been through so much in this city. I'm a recovering addict and alcoholic, of which I'm not ashamed."