Awards and Recognition Committee
The Supermodels Hall of Fame Awards and Recognition Committee is an online panel of international modeling industry experts and the advisory board for our forthcoming television special, the 2020 Supermodels Hall of Fame Awards, in development now.
The Awards and Recognition Committee will help select the first iconic Supermodels for induction into the 2020 Supermodels Hall of Fame.
The first group of Honorees will include the most influential living fashion models who achieved renown between 1959 – 1999 and are household names who can attract a wide audience.
Each final selection will be made by the SHF Awards and Recognition Committee and approved by our television production team.
We are honored by their participation in “Models Who Have Shaped Fashion History,” a content-rich narrative and pictorial anthology of 100 fashion models who have demonstrable influence and significance within the modeling and fashion industries.
Our official website, Supermodelshalloffame.com, (in Development) will act as a content-rich ongoing extension of the television special. It will include exclusive content such as blogs by the models and other industry experts.
Linda Morand – Founder
In the late Sixties and Early Seventies, Supermodels Hall of Fame founder Linda Morand was a top Ford model and fashion icon, notorious for her uncanny resemblance to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. She appeared in several iconic images, which are still relevant today. She worked with Pierre Cardin, Karl Lagerfeld, Helmut Newton, Vogue Italia, Vogue Paris, Harper’s Bazaar, and many top photographers and designers.
In 2006, she founded the website Supermodels Hall of Fame.com, spearheading a lively group of industry insiders that include top models, photographers, beauty artists, agents, and the leading fashion archivists in the world.
For the past fifteen years, this consortium of industry insiders from the 60s to the 80s has identified, cataloged, and archived their legendary photographs and stories. Scores of long-lost fashion industry friends from the 60s, 70s, and 80s have been reunited, forming a private e-community with a lively discussion group of peers and like-minded people.
The group’s efforts have inspired museum exhibits, books, documentaries, magazine layouts, and websites and have sparked the interest of Executive Producers to create a Television Special and video content for the INTERACTIVE website.