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Remembering Jerry Hall and other Models from 70s

Have you ever thought about what the world would be like without supermodels? Well, it might just surprise you to know that the exact definition of the dot com beauty would pretty much lack meaning. Although many of the iconic models have already retired, hundreds of them still work hard to make the fashion industry better for the future generation. The 1970’s supermodels have one thing in common: they attract men and women because they are often what many people perceive them to be. So, who’s your best model from the 70s?

Kim Alexis
Although Kim Alexis is a little slim, the 51-year-old was among the top supermodel in the fashion industry. Kim modeled with the Elite Talent Agency in the New York City, and she has appeared on the covers of Vogue and Revlon campaigns. Kim is a pillar of inspiration for many women. She’s written unique books about modeling and the modeling agency, and she hopes that her writing will inspire all women to do and be their best in all areas of life. Today, her areas of interest include health, wellness, fitness and nutrition. She spends a lot of her time helping women better in the terms of health and health improvement.

Carol Alt
She is one of the most beautiful women alive, and you don’t have to look at her twice to conclude that she is a model. Although she is one of the top models of 2015, her modeling career flourished in the early 80s Carol’s cover photos of Harper’s Bazaar and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit turned her from a model to one of the top supermodels of all time. She’s appeared on the show The Celebrity Apprentice, and her resumes include professional movies and television shows. Carol Alt currently works at the Tony Alt Memorial Foundation. The Foundation assists young adults who would like to further their education.

Jerry Hall
She was the most popular model of the 70s. At the age of sixteen, she left home for France – a journey that would later change her form the ordinary Jerry to one of the most beautiful supermodels. During her stay in France, she wore her best, and if you are willing to accept it, she always looked sexy. One photographer by the name Jacques Silberstein took high-quality photos of her after noticing her presence in metallic crochet bikini and a pair of heels at the St. Tropez beach. In 1974, Eileen Ford convinced Jerry to leave France for New York City, USA, where she landed a cover shoot for one of the most famous fashion companies, the Vogue.

Janice Dickinson
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She wasn’t popular in the beginning. She, probably, didn’t have an idea that she would somewhat become a supermodel someday. When Ford rejected her in the 70s for looking too ethnic, her chances of succeeding elsewhere seemed to be quite at stake. It seems, though, that Ford’s attitude towards her did not extinguish her passion and dream of being a supermodel someday. Janice found success somewhere else; eventually, she became the most popular over model for all the top magazines of the 1970s. However, it did not take long before Ford Models developed an interest in her. Eventually, she called herself world’s first supermodel in her time. She opened her own modeling agency and even did a TV series around her company.

Cheryl Tiegs
Cheryl was one of the most popular supermodels of her time. The world knew her for one thing: adding taste to swimsuit. In fact, this is what earned her fame as a Ford model. Although she became popular because her swimsuit work she was already working for a department store for $25 a day. The girl got her first swimsuit ad campaign when she was seventeen.

One thing is obvious: the 20th century isn’t the age of the first supermodel. Before Maria Carrey and Boyonce, there as a Jerry Hill, Carol Alt and many more.

by Lisa Smith