Janice Dickinson is an American supermodel, photographer and author. She was one of the most successful models of the 1970s and 1980s, and calls herself as the first supermodel. After a modeling career in France, she returned back to New York and thereafter worked as a model at different places. During the 1970s and 1980s, she was signed by the Ford Models and later she became one of the 20 best Ford models to be signed by Elite Model Management, after which she came to be known as a supermodel. She became famous like a wildfire and appeared on the cover page of magazines including ‘Vogue’, ‘Harper’s Bazar’, ‘Cosmopolitan’ and many other publications. Her portfolio now included some of the top fashion brands like ‘Oscar de la Renta’, ‘Bill Blass’ and ‘Valentino’. Janice also served as a judge for four seasons on America's Next Top Model, and she also authored her memoir, ‘Titled No Lifeguard on Duty: The Accidental Life of the World’s First Supermodel’. Being one of the first supermodels, Janice’s fame spread far and wide and she shared her thoughts on fashion, beauty, modeling, ramp, success, failure and more through her interviews and writings. We have gathered a few of Janice Dickinson’s thoughts and sayings on a variety of topics.
Reinvention is the key to surviving this fashion industry. Madonna is the perfect example of reinvention. She has taken something that is so little and turned herself into a legend by simply never staying the same.
Phil Spector is probably a better date than Roman Polanski.
The industry has died as far as modeling has gone, and I'll tell you why. Magazines are featuring the Halle Berrys and Sarah Jessica Parkers, all the actresses. Makeup companies are featuring all the celebrities. All the models have died.