London female models
Becoming a London female models really seeks some self-esteem. Here are the different categories of Female Modelling.
want to be a London female models
Supermodel Linda Evangelista coined the famous phrase, We don’t get out of bed for less than $10,000 a day. Whilst the top female models can command five figure day rates the reality is that most successful models won’t, however modelling can be a very lucrative career, especially if you can carve out a niche for yourself.
The myth is that models need to be tall and skinny this may be the case if you want to pursue a career as a catwalk model but there are a number of other types of modelling which can provide a great career path. First Step Modelling has helped thousands of aspiring models to launch their career across all different categories of modelling. Anyone can be a model so if you have the patience, determination and confidence then let First Step Modelling help you kick-start a modelling career. Once you have decided that you have the look and determination to make it as a London female models you will need to decide which area of modelling your look will suit.
Being a London female models
London female models need to be body confident, healthy looking with a proportional body shape. Decide early on what sort of work you are comfortable doing. Would you be comfortable modelling lingerie or swimwear? If not then don’t be afraid to tell your agency.
Don’t worry that you will lose out on jobs concentrate on carving out a niche for yourself instead.As a working London female models you will need to know how to walk, pose and be confident and comfortable in front of the camera.
Be open minded and professional sometimes the clothing you have to wear may not be to your taste and often you will have to spend long periods of time in hair and makeup take these things in your stride and be pleasant so that clients and creative teams rebook you.
CATEGORIES OF FEMALE MODELLING
Catwalk modelling is the only category to have a height restriction. The standard height requirement for female catwalk models is a minimum of 5’8. There are always exceptions to the rule such as Kate Moss but these are few and far between. In order to fit the high fashion clothing samples female catwalk models need to be slender (at most a UK 8). Desired looks vary from brand to brand but the standard female catwalk model has a defined bone structure, clear complexion and striking looks.
High Fashion Print Modelling
As fashion trends change so do looks for models. For print modelling the requirements vary from agency to agency. As with catwalk modelling the standard height is 5’8″ but some agencies will take on shorter models if they have a great look. Again, in order to fit into the samples high fashion print models will need to have a lean body.
Catalogue modelling offers a range of opportunities for prospective female models. There are hundreds of catalogues and brochures in circulation so if you fit the client’s brief there will always be work for you. Catalogue models appear in images in print and online also. Because catalogue models are supposed to represent the general public there are opportunities for models of all heights, ages and sizes to gain work in this field. Call now to hear more about catalogue modelling.
Commercial models can have a variety of looks. Depending on the product or service that they are advertising their required looks can range from that of the average person to someone with stunning looks. There are huge opportunities within commercial modelling – such models are hired to be ‘the face’ of a product or service. Give us a call to find out more about the opportunities within commercial modelling.
In order to be a fitness model you will need to have an exceptionally toned and healthy looking physique. A lot of fitness models are personal trainers or ex-athletes so be aware that your body needs to be in the best shape it can be. A typical booking could be to advertise a fitness product/service or a healthy lifestyle therefore your muscle definition needs to look realistic. There are several agencies that specialise in fitness modelling. A lot of fitness models also make a lot of bookings as commercial models. Get in touch to find out more about getting into fitness modelling.
Practically anybody can do promotional modelling provided you are presentable and well groomed. Promotional models are hired to interact with prospective consumers by promoting a particular service or product. Promotional models are often hired to work in shopping centres, busy high streets and tradeshows to interact with the general public so you will need to be comfortable interacting with people. Call us today to hear more advice on promotional modelling.
Glamour modelling is hugely popular as there are no height restrictions. It is not to be confused with underwear and swimwear modelling. Glamour modelling is more provocative and is geared towards the ‘lads mag’ market. You will need to be over the age of 18 to be a glamour model. The most successful glamour models tend to have a curvy, toned physique and bags of body confidence.
Plus Size Modelling
The demand for plus size models has increased significantly in the last decade. As well as more clothing lines geared towards the fuller figure there is always a demand for ‘real women’ especially within commercial modelling. Due to the bad press surrounding the fashion industry’s penchant for tall skinny models there has been a backlash and brands are making a conscious effort to include average and plus size models in their advertising and shows. To be a plus size model you will ideally need to be between a size 12 and 16 and your figure will need to be in proportion. As with all other types of modelling height, resilience and a good personality will help you go far.