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Fashion History: These Were The Iconic Models Of The 70s

The 70s were an era of cultural revolution, marked by the rise of a new breed of supermodels. These beautiful women revolutionized the fashion industry and became icons of female empowerment and liberation. Among them were Kelly Emberg, Janice Dickinson, and Grace Jones, who took the fashion world by storm with their stunning looks, fierce personalities, and fearless attitudes. Did you know that Janice Dickinson was the first supermodel to speak publicly about sexual harassment in the industry? She paved the way for a more inclusive and safer fashion world for the next generation of models! Join us as we dive into the glamorous careers of these breathtaking women.

Kelly Emberg

Kelly Emberg is a former supermodel and actress who graced the covers of magazines like Vogue, Elle, and Harper’s Bazaar. Interestingly, she was discovered by a modeling scout while working as a dental assistant in Texas. However, she is more than a beautiful face.

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In addition to modeling, Kelly Emberg is also known for her philanthropic efforts. She has worked with the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the American Red Cross. She even has co-founded a non-profit organization called A Window Between Worlds, which provides art therapy programs for survivors of domestic violence.

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