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Part of the modeling process is that you are usually required to attend a casting for a designer for numerous reasons in order to get booked for a photo shoot or runway show. In a nut shell at a casting you arrive with your portfolio, comp card, and in form fitting plain clothes. You usually
It’s a well known fact that to be a model you generally need to have a certain waifer body type. This includes being a minimum height of 5’9″ with measurements that are in proportion to your body but keep you in that model type shape. However you’d be surprised how many times I’ve been approached about getting plastic surgery.
As a fashion community, we should help others in the industry reach their highest potential. FASHIFY is a great website for talented individuals to gain opportunities in fashion. The editors of Fashify definitely have an eye for talent, which is why Ashley Garner
The talent industry shouts for joy..the tumbleweed of summer downtime has passed. So if you haven’t done so already, revamp your portfolios (models) and update your headshots (actors)! FASHIFY has done just that for a few potential New Faces, coming to an agency near you sooner than you think.
No one likes flakey models. It’s important for models to make the right moves in this industry in order to separate themselves from the fake fashion models, and put themselves in the class of professional model.
Height isn’t always a factor when it comes to finding success in the fashion modeling industry. Just take Kate Moss for example. 5’6 and a 1/2 and she’s the most recognizable face on runways and print campaigns.