Model: the ugly business of beautiful women
A senior writer at Esquire takes readers into the studios, the castles and villas where models play and are preyed upon by the rich and unscrupulous, tearing down modeling's carefully constructed facade to reveal the untold truths about the ugly trade in pretty women. Includes interviews with Anita Colby, Suzy Parker, Jean Shrimpton, Cindy Crawford, and others. Photos.
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Gross, a writer for Esquire, attempts to blow the whistle on the orgy of greed and flesh that is the modeling industry. Read full review
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