Monday, February 13, 2012

[video] Re-Modeled - The Gummy Bear

"During the heyday of the "supermodel" era in the 1980s and early 1990s, Paul Fisher was a legend in the modeling industry. With his bigger-than-life personality and often brutally frank opinions, he earned his reputation as a star-maker through his uncanny ability to spot the potential superstar in a group of inexperienced young models. Fisher represented some of the world’s biggest models during his career, including Naomi Campbell, Stephanie Seymour, Carol Alt, Carla Bruni, Brooke Burke, Kimora Lee Simmons and CarrĂ© Otis. Now he’s taking his passion for the business and focusing it on bringing small agencies from around the world together under his new venture called The Network.

The Network will give Fisher the leverage he needs to change the industry from the inside out, with multiple missions in mind: to make sure the small agencies no longer get screwed by the big boys, to create the next generation of supermodels, and to empower those models to take control of their careers and lead healthier lives. Along the way, Fisher and his team will not only make over the offices of the agencies that join The Network, but will work with the owners and their staff members to find a true star in each market. The determination of Fisher and his team to help agents spot that diamond-in-the-rough model and take her from obscurity to a couture runway show in New York or a billboard for a major ad campaign on Sunset Boulevard is the energy that drives Re-Modeled.
" -- iTunes Store

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Episode Summary
PAUL TRANSFORMS THE EMERGE AGENCY/ANNELISE TRIES AGAIN – After having her dreams cut short while in New York for Fashion Week, Annelise gets one more shot at modeling as she attempts to land a major clothing campaign with the help of The Network. Meanwhile, Paul and his team go to Orlando, FL, where he faces his toughest challenge yet, an agency owner who stands her ground and refuses to change. Will Paul be able to get through to her and keep her as a part of The Network?

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