For the first time in Vogue history, Vogue Paris is launching a modeling competition with Dior’s beauty division and IMG Models as partners.
According to reports, a call for models between the ages of 16 and 25, taller than five-feet-six inches and resides in France. The winner will be published in the May and June-July editions of Vogue Paris. From Vogue:
From Kate Moss’ first Vogue Paris cover in March 1994 and Daria Werbowy’s first steps, to Natasha Poly and more recently Karlie Kloss, Anna Ewers and Mica Arganaraz, some of the biggest girls in the business got a helping hand from Vogue Paris. And with 95 years of success on glossy pages, today we’re launching our own modelling competition for the first time, in partnership with Dior Beauté and IMG Models.
If you’re between 16 and 25, at least 1m70 tall and live in France, sign-up details are in the May issue, out April 21, 2016. And if you’re lucky enough to be shortlisted, the next stage will be in front of a jury headed by Editor-in-ChiefEmmanuelle Alt, as candidates compete to be chosen as Vogue Model 2017, winning a fashion editorial in Vogue Paris, an exclusive project with Dior Beauté and a contract with IMG Models. If you think you have what it takes to be the next Kate Moss, this is the chance you’ve been waiting for.
A casting call is set for September 10th for candidates selected by a jury led by Emmanuelle Alt, editor in chief of Vogue Paris.
The model is to appear in a series of images published by Vogue Paris, feature in a project exclusive to Dior Beauté and be offered a contract with IMG Models.
Via: Vogue Paris