Ireland Baldwin has signed with DT Model Management after parting ways with IMG Models despite reports she planned to quit modelling.
Ireland Baldwin has signed to a new modelling agency.
The 19-year-old beauty - who is the daughter of actress Kim Bassinger and actor Alec Baldwin - will now be represented by Los Angeles-based DT Model Management after terminating her contract with IMG Models.
According to E! News, DT president David Todd said of their latest signing: ''We are thrilled to be working with Ireland Basinger Baldwin. Ireland is young, intelligent, energetic, timeless and beautiful. She exudes confidence and commands the attention of a room even without a stitch of makeup on.
''We are excited to give her the personal attention she deserves for a long and thriving future together, as we are already working on securing several major fashion projects.''
It was recently claimed that Ireland - who sought treatment in rehab for ''emotional trauma'' earlier this year - ''didn't want to model anymore'' but those reports have now been rubbished.
Todd added to the New York Post newspaper's PageSix that the blonde beauty - who has appeared in shoots for magazines including Vanity Fair, Elle and DuJour - ''wants to model''.
He continued: ''She looks amazing. She's working on her well-being and she's doing great.''
Other names represented by DT Model Management include Sean Penn and Robin Wright's 24-year-old daughter Dylan Penn and publishing heiress Lydia Hearst.
Corgan took to Instagram to confirm rumours of new Pumpkins material, saying the first songs could arrive as early as May.