The Temple: Fashion Supermodel
There is only one model that captures the essence of gingham. Only the original supermodel Tamzen Temple can wear such a crap fabric and turn it half good.
As many of you know I was a former supermodel and that after the pumpkin shoot my modelling career came to an end.
Well exciting things have been happening lately as I have been in and out of jobs and once again my former peers are calling me a supermodel.
I was approached by the Generic Elastic Hair Company to model their latest hair tie. The brief was tough. They wanted it to scream fashion and on trend. I knew I could do it and had my poses planned long before the actual shoot.
As usual I was amazing and captured the look.
I alone managed to embody the pure necessity of a hair-tie conveniently worn by millions of women around their wrist ‘just in case.’
The campaign was a success and since then I have been hot property in the Mundane Modelling Industry.
Other supermodels won’t go there but I carved a niche for myself with designers embracing my talent for making mundane fashion items look extraordinary.
The picture below is one taken through the winter season to promote tissues of course.
Where there is a stigma of germs and snot, I manage to make the humble tissue a fashion must have and many women begged to be coughed on by those with festy flus to try to get the smoking dazey look I created.
A friend of mine named Gucci Mustav, who happens to be a top designer in Paris, had a baby about eight months ago.
Oh she is amazing and has designed couture gowns for royalty.
Now for anyone with a new baby you will know that the lack of sleep can make you delirious and I fear this is what happened.
She wanted to make a difference to the lives of mothers everywhere and make multipurpose fashion wear. She had good intentions and being a compassionate supermodel, I went along and donated my time to model her Tea Towel Scarf. She thought it would be great for mums worldwide to own one and was near failure until I showed the world just how to wear it with my blue steel looks..
It was a hit and the millionaires who knew nothing about tea towels scooped them up at $2000 a piece.
The hype died down as did her clothes dryer, as did her housekeeper. All dead in the same week, she had to actually hang her own clothes on the line and found herself with pegs attached to her clothes for easy reach when the Peg Princess Range was launched.
Once again her critics laughed at the idea. Once again I saved the day by using my stunning looks, heaps of filters and photo editing to make the mundane amazing.
I did glamour, royalty, rock chick and even boho. They have been flying off the shelf and I am now near booked for the rest of the year with famous and emerging designers knowing I the most must have item in mundane fashion.
I’ll end with a quote from Veri Wang. She was desperate for a model, I was there…..
Ms Temple is like a cheap wine. She may not get better with age but is great alternative when the house is dry.
I’ll drink to that.
Peace and Ommm from the Temple.
See my latest mundane modelling assignment for Chux
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