Barbie Ferreira wants to talk to you about feminism and fashion’s struggle to be inclusive

With her new show 'How to Behave', Ferreira is looking to reshape the conversation around what's attractive and what isn't.

Model Barbie Ferreira sees the irony in a woman like her hosting what’s being billed as an etiquette show.

“I’m completely the opposite of an etiquette icon,” Ferreira said in a recent phone interview. “I’m brash and I don’t follow any social rules, really. I’m nice, but really I’m the least put-together lady in the world.”

And yet here is Ferreira, confidently hosting her own Vice-produced show called , which airs weekly on on the streaming service . The show follows Ferreira

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