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The first ever fashion model is believed to be Marie Vernet Worth in 1892 who was married to fashion designer Charles Worth.

The first ever fashion model is believed to be Marie Vernet Worth in 1892 who was married to fashion designer Charles Worth.

Tom's Grandma!!! <3 January 1954 Two models, Mary Jane on the left and Leonie Vernet on the right are both wearing dresses of silk surah in shades of pink. One printed with organic shapes, the skirt back-swung. The other in impressionistic pink flowers. The flowers on the bodice are embroidered with beads. Image by © Condé Nast Archive/Corbis

Tom's Grandma!!! <3 January 1954 Two models, Mary Jane on the left and Leonie Vernet on the right are both wearing dresses of silk surah in shades of pink. One printed with organic shapes, the skirt back-swung. The other in impressionistic pink flowers. The flowers on the bodice are embroidered with beads. Image by © Condé Nast Archive/Corbis

In 1850 Charles Frederick Worth choses Marie Vernet to present his designs to the fashionable Parisians.She is considered by many people to be the first professional fashion model

In 1850 Charles Frederick Worth choses Marie Vernet to present his designs to the fashionable Parisians.She is considered by many people to be the first professional fashion model

Leonie Vernet's fringed shawl of Norwegian Blue Fox is a Jacques Fath design from Hattie Carnegie, photo by Gordon Parks, October 1952

Leonie Vernet's fringed shawl of Norwegian Blue Fox is a Jacques Fath design from Hattie Carnegie, photo by Gordon Parks, October 1952

Vogue Pattern Book November 1954 Leonie Vernet/ Love the button detail on the skirt. Look how skinny this model is....back in 1954.

Vogue Pattern Book November 1954 Leonie Vernet/ Love the button detail on the skirt. Look how skinny this model is....back in 1954.

Leonie Vernet in a Fringed Shawl Made of Natural Norwegian Blue Fox - October 1952 - Life Magazine - Photo by Gordon Parks

Leonie Vernet in a Fringed Shawl Made of Natural Norwegian Blue Fox - October 1952 - Life Magazine - Photo by Gordon Parks

Eileen (front row, in green) with a fleet of Ford models, 1955  Bottom row left to right:Jean Patchett, Patsy Shally, Eileen Ford, Lillian Marcuson, Nan Rees, and Leonie Vernet.Top row left to right:Dorian Leigh, Suzy Parker, Georgia Hamilton, Dolores Hawkins, Kathy Dennis and Mary Jane Russell.

Eileen (front row, in green) with a fleet of Ford models, 1955 Bottom row left to right:Jean Patchett, Patsy Shally, Eileen Ford, Lillian Marcuson, Nan Rees, and Leonie Vernet.Top row left to right:Dorian Leigh, Suzy Parker, Georgia Hamilton, Dolores Hawkins, Kathy Dennis and Mary Jane Russell.

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