^^Then why do people refer to models as nothing more than coathangers and "anorexic wallpaper?"
they certainly put a whole helluva lot of energy into developing these randomly picked women for them to eventually be treated for the most part like second-class celebs. What im trying to convey is that it is just so weird that models are rarely ever named and listed in mags in the editorials, and they are rarely ever talked about as a real business people or celebrities.
They are treated inferiorly by the business it seems, yet regarded with such high standards. It doesn't make any sense, the concept of a model. Your average person has no idea how hard models work, or who they really are, or what their names are, despite the fact that they are so visible.
Designers don't even talk about them like the co-workers and employees they are. Most designers seem to mock models, or for the most part be completely unenthused about them, and find the hiring of them to be like a chore, or find them appealing for only a brief moment in time. If models are so important, why are they not treated like real business people? Why are they just automatically expected to be and look a certain way, when they are the most important salesperson of the clothing and thus should be treated with the most respect? Even agents don't seem to treat models with the value that they deserve, which is strange because the agent isn't the one selling the product, the model is.