Bratty Worlds



EPISODE 18
Creative Makeup

Learn how you can achieve more exciting and creative looks by adding some color to your eye makeup.


EPISODE 12
Teen Skincare 101: Oily and Combination Skin

Learn the 3-step skincare routine for oily and combination skin and unveil the beautiful skin you deserve!


EPISODE 3
Model Catwalk: Feet Placement

Learn the most exciting and the most often used technique in the fashion world, the Model Walk, also known as the Catwalk.


EPISODE 2
Model's Stance: Arms and Head Position

Uncover the secret of the model-perfect posture and notice an immediate improvement in how you look and feel about yourself.


EPISODE 1
Model's Stance: Feet and Torso Position

Want to learn how to walk like a model? First, you have to learn to stand like a Model.


EPISODE 4
Model Catwalk: Hip Push

Advance your Model Walk and learn how to move your hips like a model.


EPISODE 11
Teen Skincare 101: Normal, Sensitive and Dry Skin

Learn your daily skincare routine if you have Normal, Sensitive or Dry Skin and uncover a secret to a model-perfect complexion!


EPISODE 17
Teen Makeup: First Job Interview

Summer is a perfect time to apply for a job or internship. Learn how to look professional at your interview and nail you dream job!


EPISODE 7
Runway Turns: Half Turn

Advance your Model Walk with the RUNWAY TURNS and learn how to do the most common one: the HALF TURN.


EPISODE 5
Model Catwalk: Arm Swing

Put the finishing touch to your Model Walk and learn how to control your arms during the Catwalk.

Kaitlyn Tapp in Ebony White presentation

Kaitlyn Tapp in Ebony White presentation

Bratty Model's client Kaitlyn Tapp models in Ebony White presentation during New York Fashion Week.

Kaitlyn Tapp in Meskita S/S 2014 Show

Kaitlyn Tapp in Meskita S/S 2014 Show

Kaitlyn Tapp walked in Meskita S/S 2014 Show during New York Fashion Week.

Kaitlyn Tapp in Jonathan Simkhai S/S 2014 presentation

Kaitlyn Tapp in Jonathan Simkhai S/S 2014 presentation

Bratty Model's Kaitlyn Tapp took part in Jonathan Simkhai S/S 2014 presentation and looked ultrachic wearing the final look of the collection. The presentation was held in Milk studios and was accompanied by a live performance of the band Party Supplies. For his final bow Jonathan was joined by a legendary supermodel Linda Evangelista in a custom designer's look. According to Jonathan his collection "was inspired by the Mods vs. Rockers brawl at Brighton Beach in the 60s. The spring woman is the product of a clash between mod and rocker with a sexy sporty twist. She is fearless, effortlessly cool and always classic.” The designer admits that the type of girl he designs for "isn't afraid to take risks, likes to have a little bit of an edge and sex appeal, but she is always the coolest girl in the room." Sources: style.com, jonathansimkhai.com, style.mtv.com

Kaitlyn Tapp in Sukeina S/S 2014 fashion show

Kaitlyn Tapp in Sukeina S/S 2014 fashion show

Bratty Model's client Kaitlyn Tapp continued her New York Fashion Week with Sukeina fashion show. Source (runway photos): tearntanfiles.com

Kaitlyn Tapp debuts at New York Fashion Week!

Kaitlyn Tapp debuts at New York Fashion Week!

Bratty Model's client Kaitlyn Tapp started her New York Fashion week with Ivana Helsinki fashion show. The soft chirps of crickets, birds, and running water filled the showroom at Chelsea’s Studio 59 as lights dimmed to unveil a brief film featuring the Spring/ Summer 2014 collection of Ivana Helsinki. The film, shot in Madison County, Iowa showed models wandering across bridges and beautiful valleys of flowers and tall grass. Paola Suhonen, the mastermind behind Ivana Helsinki, the only Finnish label featured in New York Fashion Week, stated that the film and the collection were inspired by the 1995 movie, The Bridges of Madison County, as well as her own explorations of the cornfields in rural Iowa. Then, lights flashed on, and ethereal models in romantic and country-inspired sundresses began to float down the runway. The models wore dark purple and black lipstick, giving the collection an edge, and hair was worn in tight side braids that wrapped around long ponytails. Noteworthy accessories included sheer tights featuring neon outlines of butterflies, cherry red biker gloves, and an unusual beaded neck wrap. The collection showcased a wide variety of dresses, some of which were mid-length and Gatsby-esque while others were very short and featured bold polka dots. Many dresses were airy and delicate, with floral or butterfly prints that gave them a distinctly luxurious, bohemian flavor. Suhonen’s inspirations clearly went further than Madison County, drawing from the Old West, the British Mod Movement, nature-loving hippies, and the funky prints of the seventies. Source: nyunews.com