Model
An Inside Look of the Modeling Profession

Model - An Inside Look of the Modeling Profession
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Gretchen

Super fascinating look at BTS's of fashion shoots, models, and photographers in the 70's. So strange to see ho much has changed, and how some things are the same as today's world of glamour magazines. A bit dull in parts , but overall,worth seeing!

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