What defines a “Supermodel”? Last week runway royalty, Stephanie Seymore, while being interviewed at the AMFAR Inspiration Gala in New York, called Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid “Bitches of the Moment,” rather than supermodels. We all recognize Stephanie’s legacy, and her opinion is clearly valued, but if she was so correct why did so many people jump into the feud between the past and present faces of fashion. Many people argue that modeling is a field that is always evolving, and that the power of the new it-girls can’t be ignored. Kendall believes that her “Supermodel” title was earned through hard work, but what do you think? Do girls who grow their fame and fortune through social media and family connections cheapen their own brand and is there something so significant about the models of the past that make being a Supermodel today impossible?