Foolish Faces

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When we think of Miranda Kerr and Karlie Kloss, what do we think of? Victorias secret models? The faces of many brands? Super models? Well, if you ask them, they aren’t models at all. I was in shock earlier when two of my favorite models came out and said they dislike being lumped in as professional models. Interesting right? I mean we see them in ad campaigns constantly, they always walk the trendiest runways and hottest red carpets. They are friends with celebrities and are truly celebs themselves. So why are they turning their backs on what gave them their current success?

If you ask Miranda like The Edit did, you won’t hear what you’d expect: “If someone asks me what I do, I say, ‘I have my own skincare line.’ I don’t define myself as a model.” Interesting, you know since when you google Miranda Kerr, shockingly modeling photos are all that come up. Crazy right?

Karlie Kloss is much more of a free spirt, she was quoted saying, “I treat myself more as an athlete than just a model But I’m not a professional athlete, I’m not a professional dancer, I’m not a professional anything; I have never considered modeling an actual job title. I have yet to determine what my job actually is but, yeah, modeling is a fun and funny gig” Oh yeah, just a funny gig as the face of Coach and that little job of being a Victorias Secret Model.

These women have modeling careers that ladies all over the world are fighting and struggling for, yet they don’t appreciate it. It’s odd since Miranda Made $7.2 million last year modeling placing her in second place for the highest earning models list (Karlie placed seventh at $4 million). If you ask me, they just sound like spoiled and overpaid brats.

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