The beauty industry is in turmoil after an all-star cast of models and celebrities including Kendall Jenner, Hedi Slimane and Bella Hadid, came out in support of a $1 million supermodel scholarship for models to go to college.
The announcement was made Thursday at a gala hosted by Vogue magazine and the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, where celebrity endorsements were on display and the fashion industry was in a state of flux.
“There’s been a lot of speculation about what the next fashion icon is going to be and we wanted to give a voice to the people who are actually being impacted,” said Kendall Jenner during the event.
The news comes as the industry is facing the fallout from an epidemic of cyberbullying and cyberharassment that has left many of its most famous models and stars in hiding. “
But, it feels like the world has gone by and we’re still stuck on the same plane with no clear direction.”
The news comes as the industry is facing the fallout from an epidemic of cyberbullying and cyberharassment that has left many of its most famous models and stars in hiding.
According to a recent report by the Pew Research Center, the number of people who have been harassed online has tripled since 2015 and now accounts for more than 10 percent of all internet traffic.
Kendall Jenner was the first to come out publicly in support for the supermodel program, and she was joined by several other celebrities and fashion models.
Celebrities like Bella Hadids, Hadi Slimane, Naomi Campbell, Miley Cyrus, Adriana Lima and more have pledged to help young people through the program.
In addition to helping the kids and young people of today, Kendall Jenner said, the scholarship will allow her to help create a better world for the next generation.
She continued: I want to inspire people to make it bigger than themselves.
I’m so excited about the scholarship.
I think this is an incredible opportunity for people like me to get to the next level in life.
You can see a list of models who have come out in favor of the program, as well as Kendall Jenner herself.
Kendyan was also joined at the event by her father, Kanye West, and the late actor and producer Harry Belafonte.
There is no word yet on how many students will attend the event, but Kendall Jenner has already made it clear that she wants to be a role model.
I will do everything I can to make sure that every kid has the opportunity to be able to make their dreams come true.
And that is exactly what we’re doing.
We are creating an award for the students who will go to our school.
It will be a scholarship to help them go to a top school that will give them the best chance to go into the industry, to have a chance to live out their dreams, to be an inspiration, and to be inspired by the world.
The idea behind the scholarship is to create a foundation for future generations.
This is an important time for the industry as we face a serious epidemic of bullying, harassment, and cyberbullies, and our students are so important to us, Kendall said.
We’re all so lucky to be at the center of this industry.
We’re all in the same boat and we need to help each other.
But, we are so lucky because I can show you, that when you have a dream, you are more than a dream.
Every single one of us has the chance to make our dreams come to fruition.
You just have to keep pushing forward, keep striving, keep making dreams come.