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It’s important to have an idea of where to start when you’re first getting into modelling. If you’re wondering what area would be best for you, then we’ve put together a list of the main avenues you may want to look at. There’s a lot of information out there, but here’s a whistle-stop tour. Fashion Modelling This is a pretty restrictive type of modelling, although the one most people think of first. The clothes worn by fashion models are the focus rather than the model themselves. That means there are size requirements that show off the garment in the best way possible. Runway fashion models will also need to have a great walk. That’s important for fashion shows and catwalks.

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Some tips for new models We’ve put together 5 tips to help you start your journey in the modelling industry. Honest evaluations are a great start It’s really important to get the opinion of more than one agent or scout. Lots of agents specialise and represent only a few types of model. Getting more than one opinion will give you a fuller picture.

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So, you’ve decided that modelling is definitely for you. Brilliant! Now all you need is your first portfolio of shots to send to scouts and agencies. Investing in one feels like a big leap at the moment, and great portfolios are built over years. So, we’ve pulled together some great tips for those of you just starting out. A mood board will really help you out Creating a mood board is a great way to show your vision of how you want your look and overall portfolio to appear. Investing in a portfolio can be a big undertaking and a mood board will help you find the perfect way to frame your look.

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