As­pir­ing mod­els given turn to strut their stuff

Townsville Bulletin - - NEWS - DANNI SHAFIK

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.

Pic­ture: EVAN MOR­GAN

CATWALK AM­BI­TIONS: Naomi Tay­lor is tak­ing part in this week­end’s mod­el­ling work­shop.

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