They're hinging their claim on the fact that their images/likeness were used for trade... uhm that only applies to superstars. Images: if a person uses an image owned by another for purposes of commercial gain. So basically cause of action belongs to the photographer not the model. Like using an Ariana Granda IG photo to sell cereals. Likeness: this will be an uphill battle for them. You must be well-known to have a successful likeness claim. If no one knows you, what likeness are we talking about? And also, its not as if Vogue marketed it as "WOAH Binx Walton USES THIS! BUY NOW!" This right here would have been using one's image (if attached) and likeness. However seemingly its as if Vogue couldn't care less of the models, but just wanted the clothes on their website. These models were ill advised. No wonder their agencies didn't support them. As counsel for their agencies, I'd advice the latter to leave them on their own.