The Types of Models We Represent are:

Runway models: showcase designer's clothing line on the catwalk.

Fashion/editorial models: used in popular fashion magazines.

Commercial models: used in advertisements.

Fitness models: models with athletic and toned bodies.

Lingerie and swimsuit models: models who model lingerie and swimsuits.

Glamour models: models who pose for photos with a focus on their beauty and sensuality.

Print models: models who pose for print advertisements.

Parts models: models who specialize in modeling specific body parts, such as hands or feet.

Character models: models who specialize in portraying a specific character or type of character.

Catalog models: Catalog models are considered to be commercial models, which means models need to look more like “real people” than editorial models.

Alternative models: Alternative modeling is a branch of the modeling industry that features models who do not conform to mainstream ideals of beauty. Alternative models are often niche-specific, with a personal style that represents subcultures like goth, steampunk, and fetishism. An alternative model may, for example, be tattooed, pierced, or have other body modifications, have distinctively subcultural hair such as being shaved, dyed a distinctively unnatural color, or styled into a mohawk or dreadlocks.

Plus models: Plus size models are models who are size 8/10 and up, and are used to model clothing for plus size clothing lines. These models may work in a variety of settings, including fashion photography, runway shows, and advertising campaigns.