It's finally done!
The stated reason for the divorce? "Irreconcilable differences."
Kris and Bruce will share joint custody over Kylie Jenner, but neither will receive spousal support.
As the end of the decade approaches, of course the "best of" lists are coming to the surface.
So Vogue Paris has decided to get in on the action by creating a list of 30 models who have impacted the last ten years of modeling and fashion.
The list doesn't seem to be in any particular order, but includes many of our fravorites, like Sasha Pivovarova, Gemma Ward, Agyness Deyn, Lara Stone, and Daria Werbowy, but we feel like they left out a lot of people!
The full list is as follows:
1. Gemma Ward
2. Agyness Deyn
3. Daria Werbowy
4. Lara Stone
5. Lily Donaldson
6. Natalia Vodianova
7. Natasha Poly
8. Doutzen Kroes
9. Anja Rubik
10. Freja Beha Erichsen
11. Chanel Iman
12. Iris Strubegger
13. Anna Selezneva
14. Irina Lazareanu
15. Karen Elson
16. Karlie Kloss
17. Kasia Struss
18. Kim Noorda
19. Catherine McNeil
20. Coco Rocha
21. Isabeli Fontana
22. Sasha Pivovarova
23. Vlada Roslyakova
24. Magdalena Frackowiak
25. Gisele Bündchen
26. Jessica Stam
27. Raquel Zimmermann
28. Lily Cole
29. Mariacarla Boscono
30. Maryna Linchuk
What about Erin Wasson? Jourdan Dunn??
Those are models who have made a major splash in the fashion world and they are completely omitted!
Still, we feel some of the most significant models of the past ten years have been omitted.
Do you think people were left out? If so, who?
This is awesome.
Sadie Frost and Jemima French, the clothing line's founders, want Gemma to model for their new ad campaign - but not when she rejoins the fashion world in a few years. They want her now, at her current "heavy" weight (we think she looks great). According to sources, the company wants a "real girl" to face their brand.
This all comes after Frost French was rescued by a Norwegian investor and subsequently opened their second store in London earlier this month.
We hope Gemma signs on to do the campaign! Very, very exciting on all counts.
[Image via WENN.]
Good for her!
Last week we reported that Gemma Ward had made the decision to quit modeling after being attacked for her weight. Even her rep issued a statement confirming that the Aussie had no plans on modeling anytime soon. But now Gemma is speaking out!
Yesterday she tweeted: "Thankyou everyone for your support, all i'll say on the subject is im content with my decision but i have said nothing will be permanent".
She also emailed The West Australian saying she has not quit modeling and plans to strut down the catwalk next year.
In the meantime, Gemma's mum said the 22 year old is thinking about taking a three-year course at Yale. If she's interested in Ivy Leagues she should look into Princeton. We're sure she'd pass that modeling class with flying colors!
Hopefully a little break will do her some good.
[Image via Z.Tomaszewski/WENN.]
And she's only 22!
I think it's very sad that Gemma gave up on modeling. She's a very beautiful woman and I think she could make a name for herself in the plus-size niche. You know, give Crystal Renn a run for her money. I would love to see curvier girls in fashion and Gemma Ward represents curvy women like no other.
It's too bad that she's letting one person's opinion get to her. Maybe TyTy can hook her up with a job as a guest judge on America's Next Top Model?
[Image via Fame Pictures.]