There's been a shake-up in the modeling world, Page Six reports, as founder of the Women Management agency and its offshoot, Supreme, Paul Rowland, has decided to direct Ford's women's division. Rowland, who has worked with supermodels like Kate Moss, Elle Macpherson and Naomi Campbell "wasn't really getting along with management. So basically, he just left," a source said.
However, Rowland is being replaced by Caroline Poznanski, who was the director of Ford's women's division until Rowland was hired. So the two industry heads have simply switched jobs...but what happens to the beauties in tow?
"The models at these places are in a tailspin. A lot, including [Ford girls] Chanel Iman and Jacquelyn Jablonski, don't know if they're staying or going. There will likely be a spate of lawsuits because both Paul and Caroline are trying to bring their girls over, but they have noncompetes in their contracts."
Sounds intense! Clearly, the only way to solve this is with a walk-off.