Fresh out of Catholic high school, Michigan girl Meghan Ward heads for the Paris runways at the tender age of 19. She had never intended to be a model. In fact, she had the typical thinking-person’s qualms about the industry, particularly the unhealthy images of women it promotes. But she had the looks, and when she was approached by a scout, she couldn’t resist the chance to sample the glamour of the modeling scene—and rack up some money for college. Runway, her thoughtful yet dishy memoir, tells the story of what she learned about the world of high-fashion modeling—and herself.
Meghan Ward’s book reviews, personal essays, and news stories have appeared in numerous publications, including the anthology It’s So You: 35 Women Write About Personal Expression Through Fashion and Style. She blogs weekly at Writerland.com.
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