About Charlotte Seeling

During many years Charlotte Seeling earned her living as a commissioned writer for newspapers and magazines, such as Quick, Stern and Geo. Being a trained journalist, she got the chance to travel the world and gained a reputation for her insightful interviews with a mix of celebrities, ranging from Indira Ghandi to Federico Fellini, Patricia Highsmith and Georgio Armani. As from 1980 Charlotte became the chief editor of various magazines: Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Marie Claire and the french Marie France from Paris. Since the mid 1990s she mainly worked as an author and advisor. Her benchmark "Fashion: The Century of the Designer" was translated into thirteen different languages and still serves as tuition material in fashion schools around the world. Charlotte currently composes an updated version of her fashion book.

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May 20

The Phenomenon of the Supermodels – From “Fashion: The Century of the Designer”

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»Christy and I don’t wake up for less than $10 000 a day.« This world famous quote uttered by Linda Evangelista in 1991, designates the peak as well as the turning point of the »era of the supermodels« and eventually its ending. It was this presumptuous comment from the 26 year old, that sparked altercation between the fashion industry and the three top models (Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington), also known as »The Trinity«.

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May 20

The Phenomenon of the Supermodels – From “Fashion: The Century of the Designer”

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»Christy and I don’t wake up for less than $10 000 a day.« This world famous quote uttered by Linda Evangelista in 1991, designates the peak as well as the turning point of the »era of the supermodels« and eventually its ending. It was this presumptuous comment from the 26 year old, that sparked altercation between the fashion industry and the three top models (Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington), also known as »The Trinity«.

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