“Model Woman: Eileen Ford and the Business of Beauty” (Harper, $29.99) is a revealing portrait of Eileen Ford, the woman who transformed the business of modeling and helped invent the celebrity supermodel. Ford, with her husband Jerry, created the twentieth century’s largest and most successful modeling agencies, representing some of modeling’s biggest names: Lauren Hutton, Christie Brinkley, Naomi Campbell and many others.
Robert Lacey’s book chronicles Ford Modeling Agency’s rise to the top of fashion business and paints a vibrant portrait of the woman at its helm.
If you’d like to win our copy of “Model Woman,” email firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight Thursday (Nov. 12) and include your mailing address. Please put “Model” in the subject line to be included in the random drawing.