Industry Influencers: Supermodels inspired by technology.

As a tech-based platform Model Village loves to promote the power of technology. Today this post will show just a small selection of supermodels that have become connected with the online world- to help give you guys inspiration on how to best benefit from social media!

Technology provides us with the power to create a positive influence on your followers. We strongly believe here at Model Village that social media is able to benefit models and brands in a positive outlet to help bring you the best experience and opportunities!

Even just one person you can help inspire, shows the potential influence of your own voice and how you can use your life experience to help inspire those around you.

From selfies to Snapchat, Instagram to blog posts, social media seems to consume our every day lives. But what if we realise how to best take advantage of our voice and use these platforms to promote the tech market.

 

Here are 4 #supermodels we have discovered online to help promote the tech world! Which one do you love the most? 


1. Gisele - 12.9M followers

Nova campanha da @arezzo ✨ New @arezzo campaign.

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Ever wondered how Gisele manages the balance of fashion and her worklife?

In 2013 Gisele says she uses the Iphone App called @Cozi, to help sync her life calendar together and colour code every member of her family’s busy schedule!

"I know what everyone is doing every second of the day," she said. "You're always trying to balance everything, but it can't be 100 per cent all the time. Sometimes when you are a great mum, you're not so great at your job. And then when you're good at your job, you're not so great of a mum or a good wife. It's a dance that never stops. But it's beautiful. I've never been happier."

We love that Gisele uses the tools of social media to help manage her social and private life. Do you have any useful apps that help you get through day-to-day life in the model world?


2. Karlie Kloss - 12.9M followers

RG @karliekloss - application viewing party starts now 🎉👩🏼‍💻

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Supermodel turned coding superwoman Karlie Kloss created a programme called kode with klossy. The programme helps to empower women to code and become leaders in tech. It all started back in 2014, when she began her own adventure learning how to code & wanted to help inspire other young women.

“I realized that, just like art and fashion, code is about creativity, and that women who have these skills have the power to shape our future”

Have you heard about #koddewithklossy before? Watch the video bellow to find out more.


3. Lily Cole - 81.4K followers

New @impossible tee. We all were once right!??

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Model turned actress turned businesswoman. Lily Cole has spent the past four years focused on Impossible- a social network that enables people to help out others for free. The network helps offer or request almost anything in its gift economy, from piano lessons to restraint recommendations to chats about shared interests.

She has never even taken financial benefit from her work for Impossible and has totally dedicated her time to help promote social enterprise.  Lily Cole shows us how just one idea can hugely become developed. She created the platform through finding how “technology could replace money.”

“The idea was: can technology play the same role in life that money plays so that we’re not so dependent on money as a society? It felt like a really simple idea. I became quite obsessed with it.”

She wants the business to hopefully one day contain a business plan that wont be a business but help connect people as a free platform with no running costs.

What do you think of the company? Watch her talk about becoming an entrepreneur and why social enterprises are a more effective way to change the world at the LeWeb London talk back in 2013.


4. Lydnsey Scott - 4,113 followers

A model for Prada and Victoria's Secret, Scott spends her spare time building mobile apps in-between catwalks!

The 29-year-old has appeared in major magazines like Harper's Bazaar, W and British Vogue, but she’s more proud of getting her iPhone and iPad apps approved by Apple.

"With modelling, you never have control over anything," Scott told CNN. "So being able to have complete power with these apps I develop is very fulfilling."

After she studied computer science at school, Lydnsey has developed her interest into the app world. Scott's first iOS app was a charity-based project aimed at helping young scholars in Uganda. The app, Educate! Finds sponsors for Ugandan students and guides them toward becoming leaders and entrepreneurs.

We love how she manages both her modelling career and her interest in the tech world to help raise awareness!


The Model Village app helps to connect the #mvbabes to a world of privileges and opportunities exclusive to our platform. Our mission is to help connect brands instantly with thousands of models, with highly engaged audiences online. By providing these unique experiences for our members, models are able to professionally manage their accounts and treat their instagram as a digital portfolio!

Fashion models are especially able to help promote the tech world via Instagram to their carefully nurtured audiences.

 

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