- catwalk + -er (Wiktionary)
“Penned by "Doctor Who" novelist David A. McIntee and drawn by Heath Foley, the comic traces Bruni-Sarkozy's rise from Nineties catwalker to first lady.”
“CHO: My instructor Anastassia, a veteran catwalker.”
“CHO: My instructor, Anastassia, a veteran catwalker.”
“Not every woman the 55-year-old Rolling Stones front man has been linked to is a catwalker, but many have been, including his wife of eight years (and girlfriend for more than a decade prior), Jerry Hall, 42.”
“Notorious Blackberry throwing catwalker, Naomi Campbell, is in serious crisis.”
“The new face of Estée Lauder, Hilary Rhoda, was spotted at a New York fashion show by Balenciaga's lead designer, Nicolas Guesquiere, who then brought the unknown catwalker to the attention of his friend Aerin Lauder, Estée's granddaughter and the company's creative director.”
“According to the catwalker, karma bit Paris in the butt when Naomi Campbell strolled in at the last second and the event planners ripped the gown from the heiress, giving it to Naomi, which left Paris red-faced and outfitless.”
“The Daily Telegraph hears the leggy catwalker, who is dating Greek shipping heir and international modeliser Stavros Niarchos, originally planned to wear a much more fanciful frock but called in an understated outfit at the eleventh hour.”
“The Brazilian-born catwalker, who is an eco-activist, also said she and Tom need all that space to host their "large, extended families.”
“The two women have been friends for seven years after meeting when the talented catwalker and neophyte fashion designer both entered a teen magazine modelling competition.”
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