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eBook So, You Want to Be a Fashion Model? ePub

by Marcia Rothschild Moellers

  • ISBN: 0974792004
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Marcia Rothschild Moellers
  • Publisher: Interscout, LLC (December 2003)
  • Pages: 166
  • ePub book: 1284 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1200 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 573

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by Marcia Rothschild Moellers. Love this Book! By Thriftbooks. com User, January 12, 2007. This book was incredibly helpful and down to earth. I am trying to learn as much as I can about the modeling industry and careers. This is the book you need! 0. Report.

Do you want to be a model just for fun or considering it as a serious career option? . So your first and foremost step should be creating a Portfolio. You are going to show your portfolio to various modeling agencies, fashion designers and advertising firms

Do you want to be a model just for fun or considering it as a serious career option? Many young aspirants want to enter this field for a short period of time, make some quick bucks and leave this industry permanently. On the other hand, there are aspirants who want to take modeling a serious career option. They are up for a long haul. You are going to show your portfolio to various modeling agencies, fashion designers and advertising firms. They are going to select you as a model only after looking through your portfolio.

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It’s the models’ responsibility to actually book gigs. All models need to know what sort of image they want to portray before setting up a shoot. Models require agency representation for this unless they have a special relationship with insiders or are a celebrity. Genres define what area of the industry you’d like to play in. While you can dabble in several, focusing on one or two segments will create a stronger portfolio. Related magazines are Vogue, Elle and Harper’s Bazaar.

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"So, You Want To Be A Fashion Model?" is a to the point guide highly recommended by all the top agents in New York City and across Canada and the USA. It explains how to prepare to break into the modeling industry -- both physically and mentally -- and how to acquire good representation. It explains all this and much more clearly with both practical and vital steps as well as stories and examples from top international agent, Marcia Rothschild Moellers, an agent in the business for over 23 years.

Comments

Stoneshaper Stoneshaper
I purchased four or five books on modeling to try to understand the industry, and this one was the most useful. My son was picked up by a top male agency almost two years ago and has yet to get one paying job. Making money in modeling has the same odds as winning the lottery. You have to go on many, many castings, that take time and transportation costs, only to be rejected 99% of the time, which only means you weren't right for what they wanted. It can be exhausting and demoralizing and may take several years to get off the ground. Get an education and do modeling on the side. You know you have what the industry is looking for if a top (legit) agency asks you to sign a contract with them. Check out models.com for listings of the top agencies in NY. Which is another thing, you pretty much have to live in NY to make it work. Not for the faint of heart.
Anayalore Anayalore
This book was incredibly helpful and down to earth. I am trying to learn as much as I can about the modeling industry and careers. This is the book you need!
Irostamore Irostamore
Few good books on becoming a model available. This one gives lots of valuable info for an aspiring model.
Taur Taur
Unlike other highly entertaining fictional reports of both the fashion and publishing industries, this book provides a realistic view into the fashion industry from the vantage point of the model, and focuses on the needs and expectations of aspiring models. As a fashion editor, fashion faculty member and author, as well as having known Mrs. Rothschild Moellers for nearly 10 years and seeing her work with "new faces," I highly recommend this book to all young hopefuls and their parents. "So, You Want to Be a Fashion Model" contains sage advice as well as a reality check of the business of fashion modeling. - Merri Grace McLeroy