The 10 greatest mannequinsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-10-greatest-mannequins
These women are not only amazingly and variously beautiful, they have become icons of style, femininity and attractiveness of their time. Appearing on catwalks and covers, they have become a source of inspiration for thousands and thousands of women from all over the world. Consciously or unconsciously, they influenced fashion, created trends. They were admired, they tried to look like them, they were envied, they were paid fabulous sums, for less they were not even ready to get out of bed.
We offer you to get acquainted with the ten most famous representatives of the model profession.
Iman became the first black model who managed to achieve not only huge fees, but also significant influence in the fashion industry. Today she is the owner of her own name brand IMAN Global Chic in the Home Shopping Network and the CEO of a cosmetics company.
2. Gisele Bundchen
Giselle is not limited to fashion shows alone. She is the owner of the underwear brand Gisele Intimates and, of course, advertises it personally.
Initially, Vera's career in the fashion business developed with great difficulty, but in the second half of the 60s she was lucky enough to get a very small role in Antonioni's film "Photo Exaggeration", which brought her great fame, and with it fabulous fees at that time - more than $ 10,000 a day. In 1975, Verushka left the fashion business after falling out with the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine.
4. Christie Brinkley
5. Cindy Crawford
6. Paulina Porizkova
A little later, Paulina Porizkova was destined to become the first model from a communist country to star for the cover of the American magazine Sports Illustrated, and then for Playboy.
7. Janice Dickinson
The famous self-declaration was the result of a successful witticism. One day, during a very stressful job, Janice's manager told her, "Janice, you're superman!" to which she immediately replied: "I'm not superman, I'm a supermodel!"
9. Gene Shrimpton
10. Susie Parker
Susie Parker left the modeling business only in 1964, after a car accident in which she was seriously injured.