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The types of modeling offered
- Fashion Runway – runway or catwalk is a narrow, usually flat platform that runs into an auditorium, used by models to demonstrate clothing and accessories during a fashion show.
- Fashion Catalog – Slightly less restrictive than fashion modeling in terms of requirements, but catalog modeling still has rigid standards nonetheless, and is also difficult to get into. Catalog models are the ones you see in the clothing catalogs, posing in a variety of outfits. Typically, only female models between 5’8” and 6’1” will find work here. Male models should be between 5’10” and 6’2”.
- Fashion Editorial – These models are the ones you find in the editorial spreads of pages like Elle, Vogue, Glamour, etc. You MUST fit the modeling requirements for a “Fashion Model” in order to be considered for this category.
- Fashion Fit – is used by a fashion designer or clothing manufacture to check the fit, drape and visual appearance of a design on a ‘real’ human being, effectively acting as a live mannequin. A person is selected to work as a fitting model primarily on criteria matching the desired measurement specifications of the designer or manufacture.
- Commercial Casual / Lifestyle – not recognized in mainstream modeling and unique to Internet model photography. The style usually refers to a style similar to “senior portrait” photography and the model is usually dressed in casual, off-the-rack clothing.
- Commercial Corporate – generally appear in print ads for non-fashion products, and in television commercials, for companies or products.
- Commercial Swimwear – in swimwear, sometimes shot in a fashion style, but usually in a glamour style. While the model may be implied or partially nude in some swimwear photography
- Commercial Fitness – Fitness models are toned, in-shape, healthy, and have good muscle tone. There are no size/height requirements, but you MUST be in shape!
- Commercial Lingerie – posed in lingerie, possibly in a fashion sense, but more likely as a glamour shot. Nudity may be required depending on the specific lingerie being used, and how opaque it is
- Commercial Glamour – typically hired to appear in swimsuit, bikini, lingerie, and form-fitting attire. Often times they will find work in magazines, music videos, calendars, etc
- Commercial Alternative – This genre of modeling does not conform to “typical” modeling standards. The models used in this genre are not the mainstream, cookie-cutter models. Many of them have tattoos, piercings, unusual hairstyles, etc.
- Body Part Modeling – Some models are employed for their body parts. For example, hand models may be used to promote products held in the hand and nail-related products. They are frequently part of television commercials. Many parts models have exceptionally attractive body parts, but there is also demand for unattractive or unusual looking body parts for particular campaigns.
- Artistic / Glamour Nude – can encompass nude fashion photography, figure photography and on the model’s nude form, and bold or unusual lighting is often used. In figure photography the model’s identity may or may not be revealed. Non-figure artistic nude photography is shot with a theme involving something other than the sexuality of the model. Models DO have to be at least 18 years old.
- Print Modeling – Print models are used for many different types of publications, such as: magazines, print advertisements, billboards, posters, calendars, campaigns, booklets, flyers, banners. Print models must have an attractive face, good skin, a nice body, and a pretty smile.
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