Agyness Deyn to be turned into a mannequin for Zara

Agynessdeyn The Fashion Police hears that Agyness Deyn is to become the next Zara mannequin, and by this we don’t mean that Agyness is to model for Zara, but that they are literally going to make a mannequin of her and stand it in their shop window.

The "they" in question here are mannequin makers (that must be a fun job, don’t you think?) Adel Rootstein, who will unveil their first "Agyness" in Dusseldorf this week. So if you happen to be passing Zara and think you see Agyness Deyn standing in the window, don’t worry: it isn’t.

What does everyone think of the current Agyness-mania that’s sweeping Planet Fashion? Is it just us, or is it all starting to wear a little thin? Don’t get us wrong – Agyness is a good looking girl and a great model, but does she warrant all of the attentions she’s getting at the moment, we wonder?


  • February 20, 2008


    Well of course the question is, does ANYONE warrent the kind of attention they get? Agyness, like any supermodel is flavor of the month. BUT, I totally love her and hope she has some kind of influence over the world…and not just the fashion world. There’s a peace about her that the more people desperately need.

  • February 21, 2008


    I was really enamored of her “differentness” at first, but I think overexposure is a distinct possiblity at this point. Thank God for reinvention… K

  • February 21, 2008


    i’d rather people talk about her than drug taking bad role model Kate Moss

  • February 21, 2008


    I think she’s one of the more striking models on the catwalk. At least her hair is different. Plus she’s British so I say: rock on Agyness.