Aspiring models given turn to strut their stuff
IT’S time for North Queensland’s fresh faces to step into the limelight when the internationally touring Country Girl Management team visits Townsville this weekend.
CGM will scout for new talent at the Townsville Golf Club with an event open to anyone aged eight to 35.
Event co- ordinator and model scout Cassie Gros said CGM offered a range of opportunities to girls from regional areas.
“At the event, we will be welcoming girls of all shapes and sizes to enter for the chance to be signed with one of our affiliated agencies,” she said.
“In the past, those who have come through our events with no experience have gone on to be signed with the leading agencies in Australia, do campaigns with top brands, walk the runway at Fashion Week, shoot with Vogue, and even go on Australia’s Next Top Model.”
The two- day workshop will see 20 aspiring models selected to attend a threeday intensive national finals event on the Gold Coast next month.
Naomi Taylor, from Alice River, will have her first modelling experience at the workshop.
“It’s not something I sought out, but to have an opportunity to go and represent a company or a brand would be amazing,” the 27- year- old said.
CATWALK AMBITIONS: Naomi Taylor is taking part in this weekend’s modelling workshop.