The US and Canada are home to some of the world’s best-known supermodels, but how do they compare to the rest of the fashion world?
We spoke to fashion expert and fashion blogger Jessica Gansberg to find out.
JessicaGansberg: “The fact that supermodels are everywhere is a huge deal.
If you are into the arts, they are everywhere.
It’s hard to argue against that.”
But Jessica, who works for fashion magazine Dazed, says that despite all of the glamour, beauty and glamour surrounding the US, supermodels have been largely ignored in the fashion industry.
“In Canada, you have to work to get into the supermodel scene.
I know that’s hard because you’re not really the first one in the room, but you’re the last one out of the door,” she says.
“It’s hard for the average Canadian woman to break into the industry.”
JessicaGensberg: When I talk to a Canadian supermodel, she’s the first person I get.
It takes a lot of work to make it to the top.
It might take years, but the end result is usually that they’re on the cover of the magazine.
But there are plenty of Canadian models in other countries, including Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Australia and the UK.
“We have a great fashion industry here, and we are a very vibrant place to be,” says Gansburg.
“I know there are so many models who are very talented.
We have a lot to offer and we’re very proud of that.”
Gansburg says that supermodel is a phrase that comes up frequently in the interview.
“I think it’s an industry that is growing, and it’s something that I’m proud to be a part of,” she adds.
“But for me, the biggest thing that I want to say about this industry is that we are not just making a buck off our models.
We’re doing it to help the community.
And that’s a lot more important than money.”
What makes a good supermodel?
JessicaGinsberg: If a supermodel doesn’t have a really good body, she has a problem.
It is also very important to find a model who has a really great body.
“You need to find someone that you think has a very good body,” she explains.
“If she’s not in shape, it doesn’t make a lot sense to hire her.
You don’t want to hire a model with a terrible body.”
And when it comes to making a good model, Jessica is confident that the right people will come through the doors.
“If someone is doing really well, they’ll get through,” she tells us.
“And if they’re doing really badly, they may be able to make a change.
I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that.”
The secret to supermodels’ successJessicaGANSBERG: The biggest thing you need to have is a really big idea of what you want the model to look like.
You want them to look at you and think, ‘I like this model’.
And then you need a plan to get them there.
“So, if you have a plan, you need someone to make that plan happen,” she continues.
“That’s the secret.
You need a person to be able, like, ‘We’re going to do this, this is what we’re going with, we’re trying to get this person to work with us.'”
And the best way to find that person is to find your ideal supermodel.
Jessica is quick to point out that she isn’t going to name names.
“But, like I said, I don.
I think it would be great if we could find the next supermodel,” she concludes.
“Because then you could have a list of those who are supermodels.”
Jessica says that her most famous supermodel was an 18-year-old named Sarah, who came out of New Zealand to go to Australia.
“Sarah was a really strong, confident and really nice young woman who had a really nice body,” says Jessica.
“She was a good person.
And I remember thinking, ‘Oh, this girl is really good.'”
In Australia, Sarah was a member of the National Supermodel Team and was a major success.
“She was an amazing model,” says Sarah’s friend, Ashley, who was also in New Zealand.
“When Sarah was born in 1993, she was really the last Australian born to be on the National Team.
So, it was really amazing to watch her grow and to see her make it as an international model.”
In 2007, Sarah became the first Australian model to win the prestigious Supermodel of the Year award.
She was also the first to win an Australian Model of the Century award.
“Her life changed when she was 19,” says Ashley.
“Her life took a completely different direction. It