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Alexandre de Betak
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The Illusionist

When the lights go down on the runway before the show begins, there’s one man many of the industry’s most revered fashion houses rely on to make sure they go back on—at just the right moment.

Lauren Santo Domingo and Aslaug Magnusdottir by Stewart Shining
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Runway Exclusive

In this fast fashion world where runway looks are online no sooner than models slink out of them, waiting for new fashion to hit the stores can be a frustrating process.

Tiiu Kuik
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Tiiu Kuik

Q:

BHS Magazine: Tell us a little about your photo shoot.

A:

Tiiu Kuik: I really liked referencing [Mexican actress] Maria Felix. It was fun getting to portray somebody else, and apparently she liked the same kind of fun jewelry that I do—and lots of it!!!! I am still drooling over that panther ring from Cartier.

Chanel Iman
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Chanel Iman

Chanel Iman has quickly become one of the driving forces in the next wave of supermodels. She’s been sought after for countless runway shows in New York, Paris and Milan and appeared on the cover of Vogue just one year after her runway debut at Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2006 show.

Ubah Hassan
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Ubah Hassan

Ubah Hassan, the Somalian model who counts no less than Ralph Lauren, Steven Meisel and Bruce Weber among her fans, considers herself one of the luckiest models in the world. Between trips to Marrakesh and Paris, we caught up with Ubah to discuss the challenges that still exist for black models, her favorite New York neighborhoods and what she's wearing this Fall. — Tali Jaffe

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