Requirements – A Look Inside a Runway Modeling Agency
Ever wondered what it’s like to audition for runway modeling? What are the runway requirements for newbie models and how do you compare?
Many girls in their teens to early twenties dream of getting discovered and becoming famous like Tyra Banks or Cindy Crawford but, in reality, most don’t make the cut.
Runway Modeling Requirements – What It Takes
Here is a short video showing the “true” audition and what you might expect for requirements when you go to that interview.
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And, the better known the agent is (i.e. Elite, Ford, IMG, Etc.) the tougher it is to break into the industry.
Males and females alike are getting turned down for different, and sometimes obvious, reasons.
Most can’t figure why.
But, watching this short clip will give you an idea of how quickly you’ll be tossed out if you don’t have what it takes.
BEFORE YOU LEAVE!
Wait! I am not writing this to discourage you in your quest to realize your dream job – not at all.
I’m giving this lesson so that you will be better prepared the next time you go to even a local open call.
Take this to heart. Do your homework and learn all you can about walking the catwalk before going to that first open call to get a jump on the competition – there will be plenty!
The more you know, the more you practice, the more impressive you’ll be during your audition.
Where to Get More Information
I offer a free email newsletter (along with a bonus when you subscribe) showing some ups and downs of the entertainment world.
In these mailings, you’ll learn some valuable tips in getting started in the network.
These modeling tips will cover runway, fashion, glamour, plus size and petite bodies so you are sure to find something you need.
Although the advice leans more towards women and girls, males can learn some information too. You will be a little ahead of 80% of the other girls armed with this valuable info for beginner models.
If you’d like to give it a try and learn more about becoming a runway model (or just about any other type) check it out.
See you at the top! – Bob Pardue
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