Photo: tfs Stella Maxwell is the quiet achiever of the New Zealand model fraternity currently based abroad. She may not be the face of D&G, or have clocked up any catwalk miles for Calvin Klein or Lanvin, but there are two sides to the modelling game. First you have your girls like Jessica Clarke, who make headlines booking high profile designer ad campaigns and shows. But on the flipside, there are the girls like Stella Maxwell, who work day in and day out, shooting catalogues, lookbooks and High Street brand campaigns, and make an absolute killing in the process. RumourClick to Continue!
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It had to happen at some point – every fashion week season the unfortunate combination of too-high shoes and slick runways results in some serious catwalk stacks. This time around, the first major victim was our own Stella Maxwell, who took a tumble while opening the Concept Korea show on day one of New York Fashion Week. To Maxwell’s credit, she did it with a smile, and, picking up the apple she had previously been carrying, continued her walk – the very picture of a consummate professional. And let’s be frank, she’s in pretty good company. Just about anybody who’s anybodyClick to Continue!
Me and Jenny Albright at Le Montana. Thanks in no small part to Kiwi expat (and French modelling sensation) Stella Maxwell, I have a pretty sweet crew of friends here in Paris. They include Le Montana resident DJs Wladimir Schall and Rafael Wallon and androgynous model/extreme hot babe Agathe Moulin. Jenny Albright (aka the rapping model) is also in town right now, as is Kiwi India Ross, plus there’s my amazing roommate Tessa Taittinger, so there are plenty of people around to keep me entertained on my nights off from work. Last night I headed to Le Montana in StClick to Continue!
Photo: models.com Kiwi model Jessica Clarke is about to have a moment, and if casting director Ashley Brokaw has anything to do with it, that moment could be rather large. Brokaw, who casts models for top designers including Prada, Calvin Klein, Proenza Schouler, Narciso Rodriguez and Balenciaga, was quoted in the New York Times last week saying she was “VERY excited about” Jessica Clarke, calling her, “Classic supermodel material from New Zealand.” Repped by Clyne in New Zealand and DNA in New York, Clarke has only worked internationally once before, walking a Calvin Klein show in Sydney back in 2008Click to Continue!
Screengrab: The all new 62 Models blog. Despite being one of the best modelling agencies in the country, holding the prize contract for New Zealand’s Next Top Model and representing the likes of Zippora Seven, Stella Maxwell, Vinnie Woolston and Ella Drake, 62 Models’ website has been – how shall we say – a little outdated for a while now. With its dirty green background and tiny gridlocked photographs, it bore a closer resemblance to a 90s catalogue than a good looking page advertising good looking people. Until today, that is. Behold, 62 Models’ new website. Now that’s what IClick to Continue!