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Model Coco Rocha recently shared her perspective on why models should feel free to speak their minds on social media: "For so long we were told that we had to be quiet, hush-hush, that fashion had to be untouchable," she tells the NYT. "In the beginning I thought maybe I couldn't do that or say that or take that job because it's not high fashion enough. But when high fashion is done with you, guess what? You go back to your parents' basement and no one ever hears from you again." [NYT]