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Kennedy met photographer Mark Hunter (who goes by the alias "The Cobrasnake") at a Blood Brothers concert at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, California in the summer of 2005.
Hunter's web site featured photos of celebrities at various parties and he began bringing Kennedy.Hunter and Kennedy also began dating with the approval of her parents.In December 2005, Hunter had posted photos of Kennedy with the title "JFK CORY KENNEDY", which began speculation that she was somehow related to the Kennedy family (she is not).By April, Hunter claims that he had noticed that every time he posted photos of Kennedy on his site, the web traffic from fashion community sites would spike.Hunter quickly realized that Kennedy had the potential to be a star.That month, as the Kennedy-Levin family visited New York City on vacation, Kennedy and Hunter visited the offices of Nylon magazine, the editor-in-chief of which was a friend of Hunter's.
The very next day she was in a photo shoot for an issue focused on music and My Space, which hit news stands in June.
She was mentioned in a New York Times article about interns Then in October, she appeared in a mock music video for Good Charlotte's "Keep Your Hands Off My Girl", directed by Nylon's editor-in-chief Marvin Scott Jarrett.
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Fashion Week Text Messages Between Cory Kennedy and Cobrasnake Mark Hunter For whatever blessed reason, the two nightlife fixtures shared some of their SMS grandeur with us.
A snippet, sent while Cory was at the Gucci party: CORY NYC: Its a celeb party CORY NYC: Everyones here COBRASNAKE NETFLIX NEW YORK: Wow. COBRASNAKE NETFLIX NEW YORK: Take photos CORY NYC: I don’t even want to CORY NYC: There’s just too many COBRASNAKE NETFLIX NEW YORK: That’s so cooool COBRASNAKE NETFLIX NEW YORK: To bad I’m not thereeee CORY NYC: I know you would ddddiiiie [More here.] Vincent Gallo Feels Bad About His Face At the Y-3 show, Gallo bared his soul a bit, confessing to our reporter that he stopped boxing because he didn't want to damage his face: “When you’re vain and you can’t stand your face, even the way it is, you don’t want to take any more chances.” Why can’t he stand his face?
“Because it started off so nice — the little button nose and long blond hair,” he said.