For five decades supermodels have been a great part of photographic art. They inspire artists such as muses. With their cooperation they create artwork which is a mirror of their time. According to Thomas P. Campbell, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a worldwide successful model needs to be able to inspire the designer and to represent his intention.
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