November 13, 2013 10:17 am

In 1946, Eileen Ford, with her late husband Jerry, founded what was to become the most inimitable modeling agency of the world- Ford Models. Sixty seven years later, Vogue Paris takes a look at the life of a legend, a woman who launched the careers of supermodels like Lauren Hutton, Brooke Shields, and Christy Turlington (and Jerry Hall, Candace Bergen, Carolyn Murphy…the list goes on) and turned Ford Models into a household name. The November Issue talks exclusively with the nonagenarian, as well as compiles an elegant tribute to the Ford supermodels that have graced the covers of Vogue Paris since 1971.


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