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  • Issue 40

The Diigitals

Meet the human running the first digital supermodel agency. Words by Allyssia Alleyne.

There’s a pattern to the way people profile a new female fashion model. First, there’s the intro describing her exquisite, conventionally attractive looks. To follow, the writer homes in on a few distinctive characteristics that might humanize her—the scattering of moles, the gap between her teeth—before getting to the campaign, film or magazine where the reader is likely to have seen her. In several recent profiles, this generic intro is followed by the big reveal: The model isn’t real at


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