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Hundred Showroom
Dalston, London, E8 2DJ
hundred showroom® is based in London and was created to house and exhibit the collections of emerging fashion talent in the UK. We provide an affordable platform that enables designers to gain industry visibility and exposure in one of the fashion capitals of the world so how would you like to be part of our showroom and enjoy all benefits that come with it? That includes a physical space to house your collection and an online profile page with your bio, lookbook and contact details to make it easier for industry professionals to find your work and get in touch with you.
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O''nitaa The Essence Of Asian Couture – London
London, London, NW1 5PG
O’nitaa was launched with the scope to share and introduce the works of some of Asia’s highly skilled designers to the West. The customer is at the heart of our unique business model, that includes bespoke designing and sales via our retail store based in the heart of London.
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mass movement
Kilburn, London, W9 2PS
Mass Movement, a live events and fashion show production company, work with some of the biggest brands in the country. They provide a professional service across a range of events including fashion shows, road shows, corporate live event, press shows, advertising campaigns and more.
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Models of Diversity
Tooting, London, SW17 0LE
Promoting diversity in the Fashion, Beauty & Media industries - Models of Diversity advocates for more diversity in models, and demands that the fashion and marketing industries recognise the beauty in women of all races, ages, shapes, sizes and abilities. Our mission is to change the face of fashion and modelling.
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Jessica Wilson- make up artist and stylist
London, London, N1 5EE
Trained at the London College of Fashion in Fashion Styling, Make-Up Artistry and Fashion Journalism MA, Jessica''s fashion career has included features within Company magazine, The Telegraph, Grazia and Marie-Claire. Jessica has worked with a varying range of clients, from young professionals and musicians wishing to define their image to glamourous events, such as styling Liz Hurley''s relatives for her Anglo-Indian wedding.
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London, London, EC1M 5NP
A career in modelling can be an exciting and fantastic opportunity to travel and see the world, to meet many new diverse and interesting people, all the while generating a healthy income. Models often find that the experience gained, and the contacts made, can lead to a career in acting, fashion, styling, magazine journalism, public relations, fashion house direction, fashion design and many other fields. Before starting out, it is important to be aware that modelling is a highly competitive career. However good you look, success can only be achieved through dedication, professionalism and steps in the right direction. There are many different types of modelling, from high fashion and catwalk, commercial, body part, promotional, glamour, plus size and petite. If modelling is something you want to pursue, it is important to establish whether you have the potential to model, and if so, which area of modelling suits you best. There are no official qualifications required, but models need to excel in looks and attitude. You must work hard to look your best - a healthy diet, regular exercise and general TLC are all essential. Resilience, a thick skin and the mental ability to cope with rejection are all also important qualities to have in a competitive industry. Modelling can sometimes require a lot of waiting around, and going to castings can be very time consuming. Patience, staying upbeat and being polite and personable are must-have characteristics. Any talent you may have, for example, dancing or acting, can give you a competitive edge. As an aspiring model, taking up drama or dance can help towards your ability, and build your confidence.
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