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Modeling news roundup

April 29, 2013

This week’s highlights: Leah Jung on the cover of Pistol Magazine, Skyler Haze lands Models and MMA cover, Shelly d’Inferno scores cover of Skin Deep Magazine, and more…

Leah Jung on the cover of Pistol Magazine


Model: Leah Jung; Photographer: Keith Selle; Hair & Makeup: Cadena Laksis

Congratulations to Model Mayhem’s Leah Jung on her recent cover of Pistol Magazine. Leah Jung is based in New York. She has an extensive list of credits and is no stranger to being published. Leah has had multiple magazine covers and features throughout her career. She is a fantastic model and we always look forward to seeing more of her published work.

Skyler Haze lands Models and MMA cover


Model: Skyler Haze

Model Mayhem’s Skyler Haze is featured in Models and MMA and also on the cover. Models and MMA is a very popular online publication about MMA. Several other glamour models have credited the publication with boosting their careers after being featured and this is Skyler’s third appearance in Models and MMA. Skyler also has features in American Curves Magazine, Southern Vixens and many others.

Shelly d’Inferno scores cover of Skin Deep Magazine


Model: Shelly d’Inferno; Photographer: Rowan Murray

Model Mayhem’s Shelly d’Inferno is on the cover of Skin Deep Magazine (Issue 221). This is Shelly’s second appearance in the MM Modeling News Roundup. Earlier this year, she was featured in MM Modeling News Roundup for her awesome cover of Bizarre Magazine. Not only is Shelly a great model, but she is also a talented make-up artist, stylist and clothing designer. Working with her would be like working with an entire team of creative individuals. We look forward to seeing more of Shelly’s published work in the future.

Victoria’s Secret model quits

While most aspiring models dream of becoming a Victoria’s Secret model and living what is deemed to be a glamorous life, Kylie Bisutti quit. According to this US Magazine article, she did not like being marketed as an object of desire to male audiences, which is her primary reason for quitting. Kylie, when she first started modeling, only wanted to be a fashion model. She did not like to shoot lingerie and implied nudes. Most girls would fight extremely hard to be in her coveted position. How do you feel about her decision?

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