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  • Writer's pictureClaudio Fibonacci

Striking a Pose: Insider Tips from Vogue’s Global Director of Talent and Casting for Aspiring

Rosie Vogel-Eades, Global Director of Talent and Casting, On Making it as a Vogue Model!

Rosie Vogel-Eades, Global Director of Talent and Casting, On Making it as a Vogue Model!

Introduction

If there’s anybody to determine whether you make it as a Vogue model—or the kind of model who revolutionizes the fashion industry—it’s Rosie Vogel-Eades, Vogue’s Global Director of Talent and Casting.

Rosie’s Top Tips for Models

1. Get an Agent

“It’s very rare that Vogue would book a model without an agency, as that filter is really important. I work with amazing agencies within the industry, and what they do is filter out the girls that won’t work from those that will work—and they give a basic level of training and teaching so you can understand how the industry works.”

2. Agencies get you into clients

  1. Agencies help in getting the right exposure and opportunities.

  2. Agents can introduce you to renowned figures in the industry.

  3. They provide guidance and support in your career.

3. Vogue rarely casts models without representation

“Only in the rarest of occasions would this happen—and likely only with a model we are already very familiar with.”

4. Do your research!

Know about the companies you’re going out to and the people they look after. There are different agencies for different types of people. Do your research, and make sure you go to the right place.

5. Don’t underestimate social media

Editors are always on the lookout for new talent, and social media is a great platform for getting to know more models.

Conclusion

If you aspire to become a successful model in the fashion industry, following Rosie Vogel-Eades’ advice can be a stepping stone towards achieving your goals. Remember, having the right representation, doing your research, and utilizing social media can make a significant difference in your modeling career.

Want to hear more from Rosie Vogel-Eades? Check out our Meet The Editor episode now!

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