A new video showcasing dozens of “fashion models” continuously morphing into people of another sex and color with new sets of clothes is the latest evidence of how far artificial intelligence has come in understanding humans.
Aside from physical appearances, this particular AI came up with its own poses and stances, presenting the models as if they’ve come from a live fashion catalog straight from the future.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated with an apology from Sarah Rose Summers.
Miss USA 2018 Sarah Rose Summers is under fire after mocking other candidates at the Miss Universe competition for their inability to communicate in English.
We all know an ABG, are a full or part-time ABG, or have ABG tendencies. No, not medical terminology, ABGs are Asian baby girls or Asian baby gangsters.
Back when AIM was still our preferred mode of communication, their screen names were something along the lines of “xAznbbygirlx”. Give or take a few Xs, the Z and S were interchangeable.
Nepalese-American fashion designer, Prabal Gurung, has announced his casting of all Asian models for his fall 2018 “Stronger in Color” ad campaign.
Yang explains in a lengthy Instagram post how the agency deliberately changed his height on his modeling comp card and stated that he was from “Minnesota via Mongolia” when he is actually a first-generation Hmong-American.
Fernanda Ly, an Australian model with Chinese roots, has spoken on the difficulties of racial identification and how she deals with them.
Ly, who hails from the southwest suburbs of Sydney, started modeling at the age of 16. She’s known for her iconic pink hair.
While international brands have long been using Caucasian models to market their fashion goods to China, local labels seemed to have found a “middle ground” in hiring Uyghur models to promote their products.
Mandarin-speaking members of the majorly Muslim ethnic minority group from China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region is now filling up the local industry’s demand for models who possess a “half-Asian, half-European” look.
More than 500 elderly women have gathered to strut their stuff at a bikini contest in Tianjin, China, last week.
The aunties defied aging with their stunning looks, proving that no one is ever too old to be sexy.
A cosmetics manufacturer in Japan has provided an interesting look back into a century’s worth of makeup trends in the country.
Shiseido, which was founded way back in 1872, has kept tabs on the evolving movement of the makeup scene through the decades, according to SoraNews24. Being in the industry for almost a century and a half, the firm has remained contemporary by keeping up with such changes.
You won’t see any model game stronger than this.
Brought to us by PetaPixel, videos of TaoBao (China’s Amazon) models are surfacing, showing the absolute magic that goes on behind the scenes of women’s online fashion retail. The camera is set to burst mode, and the women quickly free-style a series of poses. Over the course of 15 seconds, the models can complete 30 or more poses, or about 2 poses per second.
A group of bikini-clad models seemingly defied gravity as they struck poses for a photo shoot on one of China’s gut-wrenching glass skywalks over the weekend.
Foreign models who were staging a Victoria’s Secret-esque photoshoot in a square in Binzhou, Shandong Province caught the attention of onlookers, especially older men.