So..Rebecca Romijn might have some beef with the likes of Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid being deemed “supermodels,” but quite on the contrary, Cindy Crawford and Miranda Kerr are totally on the younger generation’s side. Crawford, made a point of posing with Jenner at the Met Gala, adding afterward that she thought it was great today’s models had social media to bolster their careers, saying “I’m so jealous, because I feel they have this direct waymto communicate with their audience that my generation didn’t have that, i think it’s a responsibility, but it’s also a great tool, because they really can be their own publicists. They can present themselves the way that they want to be presented.”
Kerr also jumped to the girls’ defense at the annual event, telling the New York Daily News that Romijn’s comments were “not very nice.
They work hard just like everyone else.” Recently, Romijn told Entertainment Tonight, “I know a lot of people, legitimate fashion
people can’t stand it. Hate it that these, you know, social media stars are now the 'supermodels' in fashion. They are not true supermodels.” She also noted that Vogue should set the bar higher. Yes, haters will hate but we hope that Gigi and Kendall will be able to shake this off in no time, thanks to their millions of fans around the world....#truesuppermodels....
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