Tired of watching America’s Next Top Model and thinking, ‘O I can do so much better than those girls’? Are you the next Tyra, Giselle or even Tyson Beckford? If you have always had a penchant for rocking the runway but never have the opportunity, this is YOUR time.
Fashion Fights Poverty is looking for a diverse group of female and male models 18-35years old with slim, toned physiques and attractive features for the 2008 Fashion Fights Poverty campaign and fashion show. Applicants must be at least 5’7” and in great shape with clear skin.
Chosen models may be featured on the catwalk in October as well as in PRINT advertisements, on publicity posters and postcards, or in PROMOTIONAL events leading up to the show.
WHAT: FFP 2008 Model Call –
DATE: Saturday, Feb 23rd
TIME: 1:00 P.M.
WHERE: 1624 Wisconsin Ave. Suite 2 Washington DC
If you are unable to attend the model call, please send your resume and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, please feel free to send an email to email@example.com.
Created by Style & Image Network, Fashion Fights Poverty (FFP) is, according to the Washington Post, “one of the largest fashion fundraisers in Washington, DC.” Featuring national and international designers who employ ethical means and practices in their design and manufacturing processes to produce products that promote economic development and the betterment of a given community, FFP provides a forum for dialogue and awareness-building about how fashion, textiles, and design can alleviate poverty and empower communities.