Here is a portion of the article featured in today's New York Times titled: Designers Ride into the Sunset; Martians Invade the Runway by Guy Trebay Naturally enough, a call has gone out for models to suit the new interplanetary look, that is, for women who resemble aliens. The latest types to find favor with designers have tiny heads, upturned noses, enormous eyes and undeveloped chins. They are said to "look 50's," as do many of the season's clothes. If so, it is not the 1950's of ripe cinema goddesses but the decade of the adorable Z-movie geeks who appeared in films like "Plan 9 from Outer Space." To a baby boomer, the Australian Gemma Ward, the Canadian teenager Heather Marks or the current Italian Vogue cover girl Lisa Cant also bear some resemblance to the waifs painted by the kitsch master Margaret Keane, as well as to subjects favored by the painter John Currin, whom some might call the Margaret Keane of the Whitney Biennial set. A younger eye might see references to Japanese manga characters like Major Motoko Kusanagi or to the creatures turned out by Pixar Animation Studios. Other models have a more direct way of describing fashion's new favorites, girls who seem to be garnering all the jobs. They call them "the bugs."