platform models

I think it’s somebody that uses their platform in the right way. To spread love, to share the things that they’re passionate about and to be themselves, whoever that may be. It’s just crazy to me when people who have huge platforms just use it to fight on Twitter and spread negativity. I feel like there’s just so many things going on in the world that deserve our attention, you can spread love whether your platform is just the sidewalk that you’re walking on that day or to followers on social media. I think spreading kindness and spreading love is what everybody should do
—  camila on being a role model in her interview with @vogue

REVOLUTION ROAD - model: Nur Hellman - photography: Blair Getz Mezibov - fashion editor: Alison Edmond - hair: Johnnie Sapong - makeup: Melanie Inglessis - manicure: Emi Kudo - Marie Claire  March 2017

  • featured designers: Balmain sweater, Zana Bayne necklace, David Yurman bracelet, Coach 1941 shoes
  • beauty notes: Clinique Quickener for Eyes Intense in Intense Black

April 1973 – Models Endy Cartnell (left), in a spotted sundress and hat, and Selina, in a striped sundress and bolero with 1950s jewellery, in King’s Road, Chelsea, London. They are modelling clothes from Mr Freedom boutique, at its opening on King’s Road

Photo by John Minihan (Irish, born 1946) | Evening Standard / Getty Images