Unfortunately, the industry requires models with specific measurements (1,72 to 1,80 for girls / 1,85 to 1,90 for boys) in order to fit the sample sizes. Unless you are still at a growing stage or have an influencer status we kindly ask you not to submit, as your application will not be considered.
We are only strict about height as it stays the same throughout your whole life. The rest can be worked on. Also, we are accepting curve and plus-size applications.
Not at all, we want to see your natural look. We recommend grabbing a friend, parent, or your self-timer and taking some simple snaps with good lighting in front of a plain background. Please do not submit previous modeling photoshoots, your phone camera is enough! If you can, always go for natural light over artificial, and make sure it comes directly from the front, so as to not create any shadows on the face and in the sockets of the eyes. Your best option is to stand in front of a big window. If you are shooting outside always keep the sun in the back as direct sunlight is too strong and will cause you to squeeze your eyes. Always keep a straight face (think passport pictures over fashion shoot), chin down, relaxed mouth, and focused eyes. Also, please do not use your iPhone’s wide-angle camera to appear taller 👀
We need to be able to see your shape so it's better to wear tight clothes in neutral colors, preferably black. Google model polaroids for more inspiration.
You can cover a pimple or two, groom your eyebrows and use lip balm, but anything more than that is considered too much and will get your application rejected. You also need to avoid filters and any sort of retouch.
If we think you have potential, we will get back in no time. Unfortunately, if you don’t hear back in a matter of two days it’s most likely your application got rejected. You can try applying with different pictures after a few months.
Besides having the right look for the industry and our client base, we are searching for people willing to do this professionally. Building a career takes time and commitment from both sides, and it involves a specific lifestyle that some cannot endure. It can be challenging at times, both physically and psychologically, but it also comes with benefits. If you like the idea of leading an international lifestyle, lifetime commitment to sports, proper diet, and personal care, then you are a good match. Modeling is the closest thing to being a professional young athlete.
Sure, we are already representing models that we manage remotely.
No, and there should never be when applying to ANY real agency. Also, all portfolio development costs are always advanced by us.
Yes, it is a mother agency exclusive contract.
You need parental consent + one of your parents or legal guardian will need to sign the contract for you. Although, even if you sign at 14, your actual career will only take off later in time. To work in European markets you need to be 16+
No, models have worked for generations throughout their teens and mid-twenties successfully managing to both get an education.