How To Become A Guess Model And How To Become A Guess Model For Guess Advertisements And Becoming A Guess Model For Guess Ads

How To Become A Guess Model And How To Become A Guess Model For Guess Advertisements. The Secrets To Becoming A Guess Model For Guess Fashion Ads.
How To Become A Guess Model And How To Become A Guess Model For Guess Advertisements. The Secrets To Becoming A Guess Model For Guess Fashion Ads.

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How to become a Guess model is probably one of the most asked questions that ZARZAR MODELING AGENCY also known as ZARZAR MODELS throughout the world receives from potential new models as well as from established models with years of modeling experience in fashion modeling capitals such as New York, London, Paris, and Milan.

How To Become A Guess Model And How To Become A Guess Model For Guess Ads

This article will help explain the long journey that is involved for women that would like to become Guess models and Guess models for Guess Advertisements.

The first step in becoming a Guess model is to join a modeling agency, a very prestigious modeling agency. You need very prestigious modeling agencies simply because Guess likes to work with the best modeling agencies and the best models (experienced professional models that have a very developed portfolio and most likely have modeled throughout the world thanks to their modeling agency). In other words, you can’t simply walk in to the Guess offices and announce yourself to them and expect them to sign you on the spot. You need to find a modeling agency and let the professionals from your modeling agency do the work for you.

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The Importance Of Modeling Agencies In Los Angeles And New York

If you live on the West Coast (Western United States) you will need a top modeling agency that is among the largest and most prestigious modeling agencies in the United States. Otherwise, you might be at a disadvantage versus women that are signed with very prestigious modeling agencies in Los Angeles and New York, as New York is one of the fashion capitals of the world. The reason for this is that Guess recruits heavily from Los Angeles and New York modeling agencies, and not just any modeling agencies, but the largest and most prestigious female modeling agencies in Los Angeles and New York. The reason for this is because Guess has its United States corporate headquarters in Los Angeles, so if you live in Los Angeles, San Diego, or Southern California for that matter you can breathe a sign of relief and say with confidence that today might be your lucky day as far as modeling for Guess is concerned.

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Guess models are among the most recognized and highly paid models in the world. In order to become a Guess model you will need an almost perfect body (or a perfect body) as well a very successful high fashion modeling portfolio. You will need an agent that will guide you throughout your modeling career which will be assigned to you once you are invited to join a modeling agency. Your mother agency will then place you with other prestigious modeling agencies if you are outside New York or Los Angeles in other countries so that they may fly you from your home town in order to place you with Guess.

What Are The Minimum Requirements In Order To Become A Guess Model?

The minimum requirements in order to become a Guess model are an almost perfect body (or a perfect body if you have one) along with a minimum height of 5 feet 8 inches. You will also need your breasts to have a minimum cup size of “C” along with stats that are very close to 34 bust, 24 waist, and 34 hips. There are other requirements and stats involved, but these are the minimum physical requirements that a model will generally need to have in order to become a successful Guess model.

I Have The Perfect Body And A Beautiful Face So Why Am I Not A Guess Model?

Once you have the perfect agent, the perfect modeling agencies (most supermodels have multiple modeling agencies for total global representation, as well as a mother agency that handles the exclusive contracts with the other modeling agencies for different countries, territories, and jurisdictions), and the perfect body and face, you will need the perfect personality. Think about it, as a Guess model you will probably earn millions of United States dollars and will represent the brand throughout the world. They will want to make sure that you don’t blow it and cause more harm than good promoting their superpower brand. Think of yourself as brand ambassador for the Guess brand, a brand worth billions of United States dollars.

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How Do I Become A Guess Model?

It is the sexiness and sultriness that a model is able to project along with that perfect personality on top of that perfectly sculpted body that is the answer to an aspiring model’s question on how to become a Guess model. Becoming a Guess model is one of the most competitive and challenging conquests in the entire modeling world. Any aspiring model that would like to become a Guess model should be prepared to handle the physical scrutiny and the rejection that could come from auditioning to become a Guess model and grace the pages of their beautiful print advertising fashion campaigns (those beautiful ads filled with beautiful Guess models that you see in fashion magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, V, Glamour, Allure, Numero, and W magazines) along with being a part of their sexy fashion runway shows.

Guess works with many of the world’s most beautiful supermodels that wear and model their beautiful and sexy dresses, skirts, shirts, swimwear and bikinis, lingerie, handbags, shoes, and accessories for their spring / summer and fall / winter advertising fashion campaigns, swimwear and lingerie print ads, famous Guess runway fashion shows, and those sexy Guess billboards filled with Guess models seen up above on those skyscrapers worth billions of dollars. Almost every model dreams of gracing the pages or ads of Guess and of walking their fashion runway shows which are seen by millions of people from all over the world. If you dream of becoming a Guess model then your first step is to make sure that you are represented by the world’s largest and most prestigious modeling agencies, the superpowers of the modeling world. If you are already represented by such a modeling agency, and have all of the minimum requirements mentioned in this article then congratulations as you just might be the next lucky woman that becomes the next Guess modeling superstar!

How Much Do Guess Models Weigh?

Most models represented by top national and international modeling agencies weigh less than 135 pounds. However, even though that might seem like a lot to some women it is important to keep in mind that many of these models and supermodels are 5 feet 10 inches tall or taller. The most important thing is that the model look healthy and be healthy.

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How Much Do Guess Models Make Or Earn?

The question of how much money Guess models earn or make is also one of the most asked questions by current and potential new models. This and similar topics regarding how much money models make or earn per year is beyond the scope of this article and is covered in detail in other ZARZAR MODELS articles for our millions of fans and readers to enjoy.

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How Do I Become A ZARZAR MODEL Or A ZARZAR SUPERMODEL?

The question of how to become a ZARZAR MODEL or a ZARZAR SUPERMODEL is also one of the most asked questions by potential new models trying to join and become a part of the agency. This and similar topics regarding how to become a ZARZAR MODEL or a ZARZAR SUPERMODEL is beyond the scope of this article and is covered in detail in other ZARZAR MODELS articles as well as in the main ZARZAR MODELING AGENCY’S websites based on the country or territory of interest as the agency represents over 500 female models throughout the world, many of which are placed at the international level with our partner modeling agencies.

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About ZARZAR MODELS

ZARZAR MODELS is one of the top modeling agencies for women in the United States representing models in print fashion editorials, high fashion runway, film, television commercials, and promotions. The agency represents top models in all of the major fashion cities and counties including Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Orange County Southern California, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Miami, New York, London, Paris, Milan, Sao Paulo, and Tokyo and recruits and represents models throughout the world through its global fashion and modeling network.

http://www.zarzarmodels.com

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ZARZAR MODELS

ZARZAR MODELS is one of the top modeling agencies for women in the world representing models in print fashion editorials, high fashion runway, film, television commercials, and promotions. The agency represents top models in all of the major fashion capitals including New York, London, Paris, and Milan and recruits and represents models around the world (including Sydney Australia) through its global fashion and modeling network.

Chic Management

Chic Management was founded in 1992 and is now recognized as one of the world’s most respected fashion modeling agencies. Chic Management manages the fashion modeling careers of some of the world’s leading fashion models: Alyssa Sutherland, Catherine McNeil, Cheyenne Tozzi, Holly Rose, Jemma Baines, Maddison Brown, Nicole Pollard, Pania Rose, and Samantha Harris.

Chic Management’s clients are global, and Chic Management is often the first point of contact when looking for both emerging and established fashion models to represent their brands. Chic Management fashion models have appeared in many of the world’s most recognized fashion publications including UK Vogue, French Vogue, Italian Vogue, Numero, i-D, Interview, and Harper’s Baazar. Chic Management fashion models constantly appear in fashion modeling campaigns for some of the world’s leading fashion houses including Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, and Dior. Chic Management fashion models also grace the international fashion runways each season, walking for the industry’s most acclaimed and renowned fashion designers.



About ZARZAR MODELS

ZARZAR MODELS is one of the top modeling agencies for women in the United States representing models in print fashion editorials, high fashion runway, film, television commercials, and promotions. The agency represents top models in all of the major fashion cities and counties including Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Orange County Southern California, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Miami, New York, London, Paris, Milan, Sao Paulo, and Tokyo and recruits and represents models throughout the world through its global fashion and modeling network.

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Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill’s Morning Routine | Waking Up With Fashion Model Taylor Hill

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What’s it like waking up as a Victoria’s Secret Angel? If you are fashion model Taylor Hill, it means getting ready for a day full of hair, makeup, and hosting parties for the brand’s latest fragrance launch, Victoria’s Secret Tease Rebel. In this episode of Waking Up With Fashion Model Taylor Hill we spent the morning with Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill at the InterContinental New York Barclay hotel as fashion model Taylor Hill shared the first thing she does when she gets out of bed, how much coffee it takes to fuel her morning, and the one podcast that saves her day.

About Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill

Illinois native Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill was discovered at age fourteen by a local scout while on a horse ranch in Colorado, where she grew up as a child. Perhaps most significantly, fashion model Taylor Hill booked her first ever Victoria’s Secret fashion show at her very first casting for the brand, and became one of the famed Victoria’s Secret Angels in 2015. Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill first caused a sensation during the couture with a star making turn at Atelier Versace. Shortly thereafter, she starred in a Versus Versace advertising campaign photographed by Mert and Marcus.

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“To me, I feel it is empowering women to be sexy and be who they are, for just themselves, no one else.” Taylor Hill

In addition to the aforementioned, Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill has also walked in the international prêt-à-porter collections of Miu Miu, Chanel, Givenchy, Fendi, Dolce and Gabbana, Ralph Lauren, Anthony Vaccarello, Thierry Mugler, Kenzo, Ellie Saab, and Christopher Kane, among other major fashion brands. Select editorial credits include American Vogue, French Vogue, Numero, V Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle Australia, and Elle France.

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Off duty, Victoria’s Secret fashion model Taylor Hill enjoys drawing, snowboarding, discovering new music, and reading. She’s also an avid Crossfit trainer, and occasionally practices yoga. As the second of four children, Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill is incredibly close to her family, and spends her free time visiting orphanages in Mexico. She hopes to someday be an agent of change, a voice for the defenseless. For full disclosure, our parent company and/or affiliated firms have a small percentage ownership in L Brands, owner of Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works, but we do not represent fashion model Taylor Hill. In addition, our fashion modeling agency also receives compensation for promoting the Victoria’s Secret brand around the world.



About ZARZAR MODELS

ZARZAR MODELS is one of the top modeling agencies for women in the United States representing models in print fashion editorials, high fashion runway, film, television commercials, and promotions. The agency represents top models in all of the major fashion cities and counties including Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Orange County Southern California, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Miami, New York, London, Paris, Milan, Sao Paulo, and Tokyo and recruits and represents models throughout the world through its global fashion and modeling network.

http://www.zarzarmodels.com



Fashion Modeling In Berlin Germany & Modeling In New York City | My Fabulous Life As A Famous New York City Fashion Model | Modeling For Victoria’s Secret & New York Fashion Week

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The Story Of Victoria’s Secret & Why Victoria’s Secret Founder Roy Raymond Jumped From The Golden Gate Bridge Ending His Life

"I dream of becoming a ZARZAR MODEL and modeling for Victoria’s Secret. It’s all I’ve ever wanted. It’s the only thing that matters."
“I dream of becoming a ZARZAR MODEL and modeling for Victoria’s Secret. It’s all I’ve ever wanted. It’s the only thing that matters.”

“I dream of becoming a ZARZAR MODEL and modeling for Victoria’s Secret. It’s all I’ve ever wanted. It’s the only thing that matters.”

“A Stanford MBA named Roy Raymond wants to buy his wife some lingerie but he’s too embarrassed to shop for it at a department store. He comes up with an idea for a high-end place that doesn’t make you feel like a pervert. He gets a $40,000 bank loan, borrows another $40,000 from his in-laws, opens a store, and calls it Victoria’s Secret. Makes $500,000 his first year. He starts a catalog, opens three more stores, and after five years he sells the company to Leslie Wexner and The Limited for $4 million. Happy ending, right? Except two years later, the company’s worth $500 million and Roy Raymond jumps off the Golden Gate Bridge. Poor guy just wanted to buy his wife a pair of thigh-highs.”

—Sean Parker (Justin Timberlake) to Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) in the movie The Social Network (2010). Today, L Brands (the parent company and owner of Victoria’s Secret) is worth approximately $12 billion United States dollars and is the #1 lingerie company in the world.

In the mid-1970’s, Roy Raymond did indeed walk into a department store to buy his wife lingerie, only to find ugly looking lingerie made even uglier under harsh fluorescent lights and saleswomen who made him feel like a pervert just for being inside the store. Realizing that other male friends felt the same way, the 30 year old man saw an opportunity to create a market where none existed: a lingerie store designed to make men feel comfortable shopping sexy lingerie (bras, panties, and nightgowns) for women.

Roy Raymond imagined a Victorian boudoir (a woman’s bedroom or private sitting room) and chose the name “Victoria” to evoke the propriety and respectability associated with the Victorian era (Roy Raymond imagined a beautiful lingerie store where Victoria’s “secrets” would be hidden for men and women to discover). In 1977, with $80,000 of savings and loans, Roy Raymond and his wife leased a space in a small shopping mall in Palo Alto, northern California (in the heart of Silicon Valley), and Victoria’s Secret was born.

“I dream of becoming a ZARZAR MODEL and modeling for Victoria’s Secret. It’s all I’ve ever wanted. It’s the only thing that matters.”



To understand how novel Roy Raymond’s idea was at the time, it helps to have a little context about the women’s lingerie industry before Victoria’s Secret came into existence. In the 1950’s and 1960’s, women’s lingerie was all about practicality, comfort, and durability. For most American women, sensual and sexy lingerie was reserved for the honeymoon or the anniversary night (Frederick’s of Hollywood was the leading lingerie retailer during those decades). When the women’s movement of the late 1960’s and 1970’s called for women to liberate themselves from the ugly looking bras that were found at most retailers, the intimate apparel industry responded with new designs that they claimed would give women the natural look they desired. Unfortunately, very little changed and for the most part, bras remained functional, not sexy.

Victoria’s Secret changed all that, and in the San Francisco Bay Area, its sales continued to grow extremely fast thanks in large part to its sexy lingerie catalog, which reached customers across the United States. Within five years, Roy Raymond had opened three more Victoria’s Secret stores in the San Francisco Bay Area. By 1982, Victoria’s Secret had annual sales of more than $4 million dollars, yet something in Roy Raymond’s formula was not working properly. According to industry experts, Victoria’s Secret was nearing bankruptcy.

Enter Leslie Wexner, the man who had taken advantage of the phenomenal growth of sportswear for women with a store he called The Limited. While still in his 20s, Leslie Wexner had recognized that women were forgoing dresses for separates and casual wear, so in 1963, he decided to open a store “limited” just to sportswear. Leslie Wexner’s ability to foresee the future paid off big time, and by 1970 The Limited had grown to 11 stores, and an impressive 188 stores by 1977 (according to industry experts). Leslie Wexner, now 40 years old and worth approximately $50 million dollars, was on his way to becoming extremely wealthy and a multi-billionaire.

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“I dream of becoming a ZARZAR MODEL and modeling for Victoria’s Secret. It’s all I’ve ever wanted. It’s the only thing that matters.”



By the early 1980s, Leslie Wexner was looking to branch out into new fashion brands, and while visiting one of his The Limited fashion stores in San Francisco, he stumbled across a Victoria’s Secret lingerie store. The Victoria’s Secret lingerie store was a small store, and it was Victorian, but the problem was that it was not English Victorian, but brothel Victorian with red velvet sofas. However, what truly caught Leslie Wexner’s attention was the fact that the Victoria’s Secret store had very sexy lingerie, and that he had not seen anything like it in the United States. Making things more complicated was the fact that despite elegant bras, panties, and sexy lingerie, the models modeling for the Victoria’s Secret lingerie catalog looked like high end call girls.

Leslie Wexner quickly realized what was wrong with the Victoria’s Secret business model: by focusing on a lingerie store and catalog that appealed mostly to men, Roy Raymond had failed to draw a large following among women. Thus, it is believed that Leslie Wexner assumed that women were just as uncomfortable walking into a Victoria’s Secret store as Roy Raymond had been in that flourescent-lit department store.

Nevertheless, Leslie Wexner saw the lingerie company’s potential, and in 1982, he purchased the stores and the catalog for about $1 million dollars (not $4 million dollars, as was reported at the time and as quoted in the movie The Social Network). This was probably the deal of a lifetime, and Leslie Wexner’s first step (according to Victoria’s Secret historians) was to study European lingerie boutiques, whose female customers approached lingerie as an everyday essential. Thus, it is believed that after carefully studying other lingerie stores in Europe, Leslie Wexner returned home convinced that if American women had access to the same kind of sexy, affordable lingerie as their European counterparts, they too would also want to wear sexy lingerie every single day.

Leslie Wexner also saw a huge opportunity in the intimate apparel market in that there were almost no lingerie products that filled the gap between luxury brands such as La Perla and cheap lingerie brands that you could find at most department stores. Thus, Leslie Wexner envisioned a La Perla for the mass market, and realized that this new sexy shopping environment (one that was inviting to women and fulfilled an attainable fantasy of sexy glamour, beauty, and luxury) would help to create greater demand for lingerie in the United States, and eventually, the rest of the world.

Leslie Wexner ultimately decided to create for Victoria’s Secret what Ralph Lauren had mastered the decade before him: a British inspired world of pure beauty and affordable luxury that American women would love. Gone were the dark woods and deep reds of the original Victoria’s Secret stores. Women would now enter a Victoria’s Secret lingerie store and find beautiful music, perfume bottles, and most importantly, incredibly sexy bras and panties hanging neatly under inviting lights.

The Victoria’s Secret lingerie catalog, which had become modern and racy under the leadership of its previous owner (founder Roy Raymond), was softened to reflect the new image that Leslie Wexner wanted to project for Victoria’s Secret. This new image for Victoria’s Secret involved beautiful fashion models who looked like they had just walked off the pages of Vogue magazine. Eventually, as the 1990s arrived, a new generation of extremely famous fashion models arrived on the scene that would take Victoria’s Secret to a level no one could have possibly foreseen in the 1970s (these fashion models were extremely beautiful and so famous that people knew who you were referring to by simply saying their first names).

The changes made by Leslie Wexner changed the perception that women had about Victoria’s Secret, and soon women started buying sexy bras, panties, and lingerie at the newly renovated Victoria’s Secret stores while men continued dreaming about the incredibly beautiful lingerie models that were found inside the Victoria’s Secret catalogs. By 1996 Leslie Wexner’s plan was working to almost perfection, and Victoria’s Secret decided that it was time for them to have their very first fashion show (by that time they were already doing approximately $2 billion United States dollars in annual sales with hundreds of Victoria’s Secret stores nationwide).

The first Victoria’s Secret fashion show introduced by supermodel Stephanie Seymour was held at the Plaza Hotel in New York City in August 1996 (the first three Victoria’s Secret fashion shows in the 1990s were held in the days preceding Valentine’s Day to promote the Victoria’s Secret brand and were not aired on national television). In 1999 Victoria’s Secret decided that it was time to take the Victoria’s Secret brand and the Victoria’s Secret fashion show to the next level and enabled millions of people to view the entire Victoria’s Secret fashion show on the Internet for the very first time. That year, during Super Bowl XXXIII, Victoria’s Secret announced a 72 hour countdown to the Internet webcast of the very first Victoria’s Secret fashion show, which eventually resulted in over 2 million Internet viewers of the fashion show. Victoria’s Secret parent company Intimate Brands (which was owned by Leslie Wexner’s The Limited) bought a $1.5 million 30 second television advertisement (which is a lot more money in today’s dollars) during the Super Bowl broadcast and spent an additional $4 million for subsequent international newspaper advertisements to publicize the huge fashion event.

The 1999 Victoria’s Secret fashion show, which was aired by Broadcast.com (founded by Mark Cuban which he eventually sold to Yahoo! for $5.7 billion), featured many of the most famous supermodels of the 1990s including Tyra Banks (she would eventually become host of America’s Next Top Model in the 2000s), French supermodel Laetitia Casta, German beauty Heidi Klum (she would eventually become host of Project Runway in the 2000s), Karen Mulder, Daniela Pestova, Inés Rivero, and legendary supermodel Stephanie Seymour. The next year, the 2000 Victoria’s Secret fashion show was moved from the usual February event at the Plaza Hotel in New York City to a May event in concert with the Cannes Film Festival in France to raise money for the Cinema Against AIDS charity which raised approximately $3.5 million dollars (what better than extreme beauty being used to make the world a better place).

In the year 2001 the Victoria’s Secret fashion show was moved ahead of the Christmas holiday season for the very first time. Most importantly, that year the Victoria’s Secret fashion show made its network television broadcast debut on ABC television, though in subsequent years it has been broadcast on CBS television. The Victoria’s Secret fashion show has been held at a variety of beautiful locations in different cities including Miami, Los Angeles, Cannes (Paris), London, and Shanghai (China) during the 2017 holiday Christmas season. The first four Victoria’s Secret fashion shows were held at the Plaza Hotel in New York City, but since it has become a televised event it has most often been held at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York City. As Victoria’s Secret continued to refine and tweak the company image (they abandoned the English boudoir theme around the year 2000), Victoria’s Secret eventually became the most popular lingerie brand in the world, with annual revenues expected to reach $20 billion United States dollars by the year 2020.

Sadly, as Leslie Wexner and Victoria’s Secret became more successful with each passing year, Roy Raymond (the founder of Victoria’s Secret) saw his life tragically fall apart. After selling Victoria’s Secret to Leslie Wexner for only $1 million dollars (this was the deal of the century as previously explained), Roy Raymond stayed on as president of Victoria’s Secret for about another year before leaving the company to open My Child’s Destiny, a high-end children’s retail and catalog company based in San Francisco. But, according to a New York Times article at the time, a poor marketing strategy (focused too much on attracting only well-off parents) and an even poorer location (little walk-in traffic) forced them to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection two years later in 1986. The Raymonds ended up divorcing, and in 1993, Roy Raymond jumped to his death from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, leaving behind two teenage children.

“I dream of becoming a ZARZAR MODEL and modeling for Victoria’s Secret. It’s all I’ve ever wanted. It’s the only thing that matters.”



ZARZAR MODELS is one of the top modeling agencies for women in the United States representing models in print fashion editorials, high fashion runway, film, television commercials, and promotions. The agency represents top models in all of the major fashion cities and counties including Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Orange County Southern California, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Miami, New York, London, Paris, Milan, Sao Paulo, and Tokyo and recruits and represents models throughout the world through its global fashion and modeling network.

http://www.zarzarmodels.com

L’Oreal Auditions And L’Oreal Casting Calls | L’Oreal Modeling Auditions And L’Oreal Paris Casting Calls For Fashion Models | L’Oreal Model Search | L’Oreal Professionnel Auditions

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L’Oreal Auditions And L’Oreal Casting Calls For Fashion Models | When are the L’Oreal auditions for fashion models? When are the L’Oreal casting calls for L’Oreal Paris?

The L’Oreal modeling auditions and the L’Oreal casting calls for top fashion models are generally scheduled throughout the year. This is because L’Oreal is a French company that is not only the largest cosmetics and hair products company in the world, but because they also have many subsidiaries located around the world and each of these subsidiaries has different divisions focusing on different hair and makeup products.

Do fashion models, hair models, and makeup models need to be signed and represented by a modeling agency in order to attend the L’Oreal modeling auditions and the L’Oreal casting calls?

Generally yes. Unless you know the L’Oreal casting directors personally, all models that wish to attend the L’Oreal modeling auditions and the L’Oreal casting calls must be represented by a modeling agency.

L’Oreal is a brand worth billions of dollars, and as such they can not take the chance of hiring models that are not yet ready for prime time television and that could jeopardize the value of their brand. Thus, the risk that the L’Oreal casting directors take by hiring fashion models can be minimized by only hiring and booking professional models that have already been recruited, screened, and have been modeling for a top modeling agency for a significant period of time.

L’Oreal Auditions And L’Oreal Casting Calls For Fashion Models | When are the L’Oreal Paris auditions for fashion models? When are the L’Oreal Professionnel casting calls for hair models?

The L’Oreal Professionnel modeling auditions and the L’Oreal Paris casting calls for top fashion models are generally scheduled throughout the year. This is specially true for L’Oreal Professionnel that does a lot of hair educational events for industry professionals which requires fashion models with beautiful hair for their live presentations which are seen by top L’Oreal hair stylists, L’Oreal makeup artists, and other industry professionals.

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What is the minimum age for models in order to be allowed to attend the L’Oreal Paris modeling auditions and the L’Oreal Professionnel casting calls for hair models?

The minimum age for fashion models, hair models, and makeup models (beauty models) to be allowed to attend the L’Oreal Paris modeling auditions and the L’Oreal Professionnel casting calls is generally 18 years of age based on model requests that we have received from L’Oreal Professionnel over the years. However, whenever we have had younger models (16 and 17 year old models) that our modeling agency wanted L’Oreal Professionnel to consider for their modeling auditions and casting calls, L’Oreal has generally said yes and allowed our 16 and 17 year old models to attend their modeling auditions and casting calls as long as our fashion models were accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

That said, as a top modeling agency with hundreds of fashion models modeling around the world we understand that for global advertising campaigns that require actresses and fashion models to represent the L’Oreal brand as global brand ambassadors, L’Oreal generally will prefer older more experienced successful models with a global following because younger models generally do not have enough modeling experience to project the confidence that is necessary for successfully representing the L’Oreal brand around the world.

Thus, because L’Oreal is such a global company with subsidiaries located and doing business around the world, the minimum age required for models to be allowed to attend the L’Oreal Paris modeling auditions and the L’Oreal Professionnel casting calls will generally depend on many different factors such as the nature of the modeling job, the specific L’Oreal subsidiary and/or L’Oreal division, and the city, state, country, or territory where the model will be booking her modeling job with L’Oreal (with New York and Paris being the most important fashion markets for booking major advertising campaigns).

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If you are already represented by a fashion modeling agency the agents that work at your modeling agency will make sure that the stats on your promotional material such as your comp cards are accurate. However, if you are just starting out and are looking for a modeling agency to represent you, it is essential and extremely important that the stats that you give to prospective modeling agencies are accurate.

Why Do You Need Accurate Body Measurements And Stats For Modeling?

It is not uncommon for new fashion models to feel uncomfortable or even self-conscious when taking their body measurements and modeling stats. But as tempting as it may be to skip the process altogether, you should never neglect to include your modeling stats when submitting your photos to modeling agencies or model scouts. Top international modeling agencies and model scouts view thousands of photos every month from girls that would like to become fashion models, and they are looking for complete modeling applications. Plus, they do not have the time (or the desire) to chase down models for additional information.