Name: Melanie Ford
Likes: casual looks, her puppy, her sister, flowers, partying, arts, photography
Dislikes: snobbish people, hangovers, douche, late night showers, messy bed, fake people
Bio: Melanie has just started modelling and has been on the cover of Vogue; she’s the wild child of the group and loves it. She has been suffering from anorexia, but has finally made a full recovery.
Her parents split when she was only five years old; Melanie lives with her mother but always visits her dad. She also has an older sister who is studying at NYU, they do keep in contact but not so often.
Relationship status: Single
Model: Candice Swanepoel
Taken by: @elaineeeee
I was walking through the street with my daily Starbucks latte in my hand. The wind was blowing and I said to myself thank goodness I decided to tie up my hair into a bun for the go-see.
I'm lucky enough to get the chance to be featured in Vogue and on the cover because I've gotten enough coverage to expose myself into the modelling world. It's tough to get your name out there as a newcomer and I owe Vogue for it. Getting into the fashion and modelling world made my past anorexic period seemed like a small peanut case. There are so many models out there that are suffering from anorexia and bulimia, and I'm proud to say I've made a full recovery. Now, I eat and exercise like any normal, healthy people would and I'm happy. I'm not as skinny as I used to be as I put on weight and I'm comfortable in my own skin.
As I reached the entrance to Prada, my phone rang. "Hey Nat," I answered. It was my sister, Natalie.
"Hey you," she replied. "I was wondering if you're heading over to Dad's in the afternoon?"
I nodded even though she couldn't see. "Yes. He told me Gianna will be making lasagna."
My parents were divorced since I was a little kid. They do keep in touch sometimes to know they're doing fine. My mom is currently at Chicago helping her best friend with a bakery shop. My dad lives here in New York and he remarried with this beautiful Italian a couple of years ago.
She laughed. "Our favorite dish."
"You bet," I said as I walked in. "I got to go, I'll see you later alright."
I placed my phone into my bag, stood straight and walked right into my go-see with confidence.