We recently ventured out to model training camp for three glorious days to accompany 12, newly signed stunning models. Needless to say, the whole experience was one we'll never forget. One might think that models would be intimidating or aloof, but we're happy to report they were quite the opposite: warm, kind, outgoing, and super easy to talk to. Naturally, we wanted to get inside their heads, so we asked them to muse on things like confidence, friendship, and the importance of supporting your girls. As for their responses, well you could say they made us feel all the feels.
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A growing number of teenage girls are being approached online by fake model recruiters who lure them into sending indecent images of themselves, which are later used to extort money. Facebook and Instagram accounts are being set up in the names of leading model agencies such as Storm Model Management, which discovered Kate Moss and represents Cindy Crawford. Girls receive messages from someone who claims to be recruiting for the agency; they are encouraged to send topless photos or conduct a Skype interview in which they are asked to remove their clothes or wear lingerie. Sarah Doukas, the managing director of Storm, said that in the past two years the number of calls the agency had received about scam agents had risen from one a week to almost daily messages.
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A modelling agency has received more than 40 reports from girls as young as 14 that they have been contacted online by someone claiming to be a scout who is recruiting models. The model agency is keen to assert that it does not have a Snapchat account, and does not recruit models on the platofrm. The company said it had been receiving reports since October about a Snapchat profile asking girls to send indecent images, and that anyone approached online by someone claiming to work for them should contact their office. An account was removed after the agency complained, but a week later another account appeared and the issue continued.