Just last year that our Linn walked for Dolce & Gabbana over the catwalk in Milan and had an exciting shooting for Moschino. Now our Natascha met with Linn to ask her a few questions about her experiences with us and various things about the world of modeling. How she stays in shape as a model, what she can advise you to do when you start modeling and how such a high fashion show works. In addition, more cool information from the everyday life of a model is waiting for you in this exclusive interview.
Linn, one of our wonderful New Faces is fresh from Milan back in Germany. We took this chance and put our Natascha together for an exclusive interview with her. How the everyday life of a model runs and her experiences with brands like Dolce & Gabbana and Moschino. Find out on Sunday on our Youtube Channel or here in our blog.
A good model agency for faces is especially valuable for up-and-coming models. Because in management it is always a matter of professionally taking care of your set-up. At the same time, always remember to win your first customers and jobs. Therefore it is not only important for high fashion models to have a good model agency, but also for faces. But where exactly are the differences between a model agency for faces and a fashion model agency?
Peoples! So advertising becomes something special
The difference between a model agency for faces and a fashion model agency lies in the fact that the fashion model agency is particularly committed to models with certain proportions and body sizes. These proportions and body sizes fit perfectly to a certain target group. In the case of model agencies, this is usually based on fashion customers. These require certain ready-made sizes, as the samples are often cut to a single size. In addition, fashion shows require models with a uniform size so that visitors can fully focus on the new fashion collection. So while visitors to a fashion show can concentrate on the garments, or from the online shop on the new pieces of the trend season, it is important that high fashion models always have the same proportions and a similar look. It is completely different with Face Models. They live on the fact that they have a very special look, e.g. by a tooth gap, very curly hair or also by freckles in their face. All this makes them particularly popular, especially for photo motifs, but also for advertising campaigns.
Therefore, some model agencies have specialized specifically in this market. These model agencies are especially called people agencies. These people agencies mainly focus on people with special characteristics. While a fashion model agency focuses less on the character traits of individuals, but rather on proportions and body sizes, people agencies pay a lot of attention to different looks. But why is that?
Every agency has its customers and thus its own special market. If customers are satisfied, they will initiate follow-up bookings, if follow-up bookings are executed, so every time models with a similar look are searched again. At some point the agency services get around and also other customers ask for exactly this model type. This is how model agencies gradually specialize. While our model agency concentrates on the high fashion industry and has clients such as Prada, Dior, Calvin Klein, Lagerfeld, Dolce & Gabbana, other model agencies focus more on the advertising industry. And also here you can earn a lot of money for models. Every week there are new commercials that are broadcast on television, on big screens in the city centre or on streaming portals like Netflix. Whether it’s the new muesli, a comfortable sofa from one of the leading furniture manufacturers, or new clothes, e.g. with People Models, who are walking through the city centre together in a group and have fun! These special agencies are called people agencies.
Should I first apply in a model agency or people agency?
As a rule, model agencies represent the majority of customers. People agencies tend to specialize in a certain clientele. Therefore we advise you to always focus on one of the top agencies before applying to one of the special agencies. If you want to apply to Cocaine Models now, you will find all further information here.
Faces for Beauty Recordings: Make Up and hair
Especially in the beauty industry, you need faces that have a particularly high recognition value. No matter if it is your individual tooth gap or the freckles that make you so unique. For beauty shots and especially for close-up shots, which are also called the closeup scene in technical jargon, you need these faces with recognition value. Imagine a commercial. Your girlfriend calls you and you’re on your way shopping. You jump into the bathroom and the camera is behind the mirror. You smile in the mirror, apply a piece of the cream and immediately feel well and totally fit for the day! That’s exactly your job! Smile, show emotions and at the same time increase the recognition value that only a face model has.
Faces for Jewellery: High-quality shots
Models are not only needed in the areas of beauty, beauty and wellness. Also for jewellery very often close-ups of faces are made. Just imagine a necklace, or a ring that is presented to show the customer the details. There are so many different shots where you need close-ups of faces. Of course also for commercials. If you want to know more about this topic, have a look at our blog posts. Here we have much more information about jobs and of course also face models.
Luisa is ready to travel! After school off to international model life. Finally she poses once more in Germany for a lookbook. Now it’s time to go all over the world. After she was optimally prepared by our model coach for the everyday life as a model at Coaching, now the wide world is waiting for her.
Last Fashion Shooting before Capetown
Here a few excerpts from the last shooting with our Luisa. At the moment she is in the middle of Capetown and conquers the model world bit by bit.
Jeremy Fragrance – We work together since CM startet. We met the most successful perfume influencer in the world Jeremy Fragrance at one of our lunch parties to talk about his new and FIRST fragrance. In an exclusive interview he tells us how he became an influencer, his plans for the future and his first perfume. He also gives you tips on how to become a successful influencer and shows us that he is just a person who is excited in some situations and has his own little tricks for it.
Jeremy Fragrance exclusive interview (German)
If you are looking for answers about fragrances on Youtube, Jeremy is the place for you. Meanwhile he is on place 1 as the most successful Influencer in the category perfume. In an exclusive interview, he told us how it came to this, what he does in his spare time and what his future plans are. Some cool facts about your favourite perfume Influencer can be found in this video.
Next week, you will meet Johanna, moving to Chicago now. Stay tuned, follow us on Youtube: Modeling Agency.
The full interview is coming up soon!
Our new model takes the catwalks by storm – Olga. It already adorned the cover of the Velvet. The issue was about Richard Branson and other exclusive VIP news. Besides the Velvet Olga was already on the cover of the trend Privé and Glance. Depending on the light, she looks confusingly similar to US superstar Rihanna.
Olga – First photo spreads and covers from Milan
Velvet, Privé and Glance – Olga was already on several covers. Here are some of our personal favorites from Olgas Model Book
We love the Fashion of Milan
Did you know? In Milan you hardly have a day in the year when the thermometer falls below 0°C. A dream for models and much more pleasant than the cold London! Milan one of the most beautiful cities of Italy. Tourist magnet and fashion metropolis. Every year thousands of enthusiastic fashion enthusiasts come to Milan. Whether you just want to walk through the Corso Vittorio Emanuele or visit the Milan Fashion Week – Haute Couture to Prêt-à-porter in Milan you will find everything about fashion.
Linn for Dolce & Gabbana
After having experienced a lot this year, from model coaching to her first big music video with one of the hottest German artists Miami Yacine, the Music video designer, Linn now had her first show in Milan for Dolce & Gabbana.
City and city centre: Milan’s zones
In Milan you can get lost quickly on your first visit. Between the small romantic alleys and the big shopping streets with their countless shops. Basically, Milan is divided into 9 zones. In each one you will find individual places, bars and also restaurants that distinguish them. Between the city kerm “Centro Storico” and the harbour quarter “Porta Vittoria” there is much to discover for you as a model! The 9 zones in Milan:
- Centro Storico (city centre)
- Stazione Centrale (Central Station), Gorla, Turro, Greco, Crescenzago
- Città Studi, Lambrate, Porta Venezia
- Porta Vittoria, Forlanini
- Vigentino, Chiaravalle, Gratosoglio
- Barona, Lorenteggio
- Baggio, De Angeli, San Siro
- Fiera, Gallaratese, Quarto Oggiaro
- Garibaldi, Niguarda
Shopping and shopping streets: The most beautiful galleries
If you are looking for the best shopping addresses, you will find galleries and shopping streets here:
- Piazza del Duomo
- The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
- Corso Vittorio Emanuele II
- Piazza San Babila
- Via Monte Napoleone
- Via della Spiga
- Corso Venezia
- Via Manzoni
- Via Dante
- Corso Buenos Aires
- Corso di Porta Ticinese
Here a view of the world famous cathedral at Piazza del Duomo.
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Men’s fashion to marvel at – Ivanman inspires again. Like every year, Ivan Mandžukić redefines men’s fashion with his unusual designs and unusual cuts. We watched his show live and are thrilled by the precision of his work.
Ivanman – fancy men’s fashion
The Berlin-based label Ivanman was founded in 2010 by designer Ivan Mandžukić . The graduate of the ESMOD Academy for Fashion Design founded the Ivanman brand with the aim of creating a combination of classic and avant-garde men’s fashion. The fashion label Ivanman sees fashion as a social phenomenon, analyzes it through deconstruction, examines its individual parts and then reassembles them in textile form. The result is a men’s fashion reduced to a minimalist style, characterised by sharp wearability. Simple but expressive details give the collection its special characteristics. The foundation of the Ivanman brand is a classic and modest fit. By adapting the details during the development process, fashion becomes a portable avant-garde collection. Yet the looks never seem to have been deliberately deconstructed. Currently, the Ivanman collections consist mainly of menswear and accessories, complemented by a few feminine looks.
Ivanman at the MBFW 2019
Loyal to its city, IVANMAN 2019 presents its collections on the catwalks of the Berlin fashion scene. Unlike most other shows, Ivanman is not a typical runway, but a pedestal in the middle of the crowd, where the different pieces with geometric cuts and bright colors are in focus. The models were discreetly styled to keep the focus on the clothes, but we can confirm that Ivanman’s new collection is hard to keep an eye on.
Ivanman at the Berlin Fashion Week 2019
It’s the time of the year again – Lena Hoschek will be joining us with her autumn/winter collection at the Fashion Week in the German capital Berlin. We watched the show live and are thrilled. Also this year Hoschek inspired with their unique designs.
Fashion with humor – Hoschek’s philosophy
Lena Hoschek is mainly inspired by the Hollywood stars of the 40s and 50s. Hoschek finds it exciting and interesting how the sex symbols of the 40s and 50s went through life with humor and didn’t take themselves as seriously as they do today. According to Hoschek, Maryln Monroe, Sophia Loren and Gina Lollobrigida are the most attractive women of all time, not only because of their looks, but also because of their incomparable personality, which is pure inspiration for Lena Hoschek. The spectrum of her fashion is very broad. Dresses, skirts, blouses, trousers, traditional costumes, pyjamas, glasses and other accessories are created and launched twice a year. Her customers include pop star Katy Pery and Charlotte Roche.
Lena Hoschek – Autumn/Winter collection 2019 at the MBWF
Lena Hoschek will present her collections for the first time in Berlin in 2010. A mixture of femininity and sex appeal remind visitors of the 50s. Today she is known as the ambassador of femininity and along with other fashion designers, her collections are always fresh and cheerful. The catwalk of the models is decorated with oriental patterns. Lena Hoschek comes on stage satisfied at the end and is applauded from all sides! A good finish for the young designer.
Danny Reinke comes from a line of fishermen. His father and great-grandfather were already fishermen, instead of continuing these traditions he broke the family traditions and that with success. Today known as an international star designer. At the MBFW we also went live to see his autumn/winter collection.
The first designer of the family
At the age of 6 he learned from his father how to use a sewing machine. This to continue the family traditions of the fisherman, but Denny Reinke had other plans. When he discovered fashion, his plans were clear – he wants to go high and create fashion. Instead of investing his time at a business school to study economics, he moved to Hannover to learn fashion design and ladies tailoring.
His first collection
In his final collection, he was inspired by the family business of fishing. At first his father was very sceptical about his son’s plans, but a look at his work changed his mind. Together they finished a sweater on ropes. The tulle dresses of the collection were anything but the typical dress of a princess, but had a very modern look, which he still retains today. Elaborate pearl embroideries transformed basics such as nude longsleeves and black bomber jackets into spectacular eye-catchers, because the motifs were mythical mythical mythical creatures in darkly dazzling colours. A touch of grunge and gothic blew through the designs from “Tempting Beast” without portraying the wearers as marginal figures of society. This fashion is well-dosed extravagance and wearable without being ordinary.
Danny Reinke at the Fashion Week Berlin 2019
The Autumn/Winter 2019/2019 collection is all about women, with tulle weaving techniques as the core element to remind us of his fishing family. The woman is shown as a “divine being”. Inspired by the #MeToo movement, this year he also convinces all fashion lovers of the Fashionweek 2019 in Berlin. Another characteristic of this year’s autumn/winter collection are blouses in silver brocade and pastel tulle. The blouses and trousers are embroidered with pearls and copper pencils in elaborate handicraft. We were thrilled to see this show live.
Rebekka Ruétz has done it again. Like every year she convinces with her unconventional and extravagant creations. Since 2010 Rebekka Ruétz has been inspiring the fashion world every year at the Berlin Fashion Week with her expressive outfits – made for the modern Amazon.
Ruétz and her fashion
Ruétz mode is characterized by unequal connections. Lush textures, twisted layers, as well as decorative and extravagant designs provide a recognition value. The colour palette of her creations is also very versatile. From peacock green to moss green. Night blue and underwater turquoise to plenty of reddish brown, bordeaux, autumn orange, amber, gold and silver as well as dirty beige and black. A skilful combination of basics and extraordinary material compositions provide each time again for tension. The designer started her relevant training at the Innsbruck Fashion Ferrari School. Then came the Academy for Fashion & Design in Munich, where she graduated as Best Graduate and “Cognos Relevance Award” winner. She gained experience in India and with designer Peter Pilotto in London. Since the label “rebekka ruétz” was founded in Innsbruck in 2009, she has stood on her own feet professionally. Rebekka Ruetz, born in 1984, has conquered markets in Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland with her label of the same name.
Rebekka Ruétz at the Fashionweek Berlin 2019
It gets dark, loud rock music sounds through the loudspeakers – finally it starts. We were there when Rebekka Ruétz presented her autumn/winter collection 2019/2020 at the Fashionweek Berlin and are thrilled. The combination of basics with extravagant and exciting details is once again a success. Unusual belts and cords adorned the outfits and told an exciting story about the designer’s view of the world. The viewer feels surrounded by an imaginary cloud full of charm and charisma. At the same time, however, it takes us into a modern, real world that is inharmonic, moody and mysterious. It’s hard to turn the gaze away from the show, every outfit is unique in its kind. We can hardly wait to see what Rebekka Ruétz has in store for us at the next Fashionweek.
Rebekka Ruétz at the Berlin Fashion Week 2019
Finally it’s time, the first show is over and we were right at the front for you. The start for a promising fashion week at Berlin’s E-Werk was made by designer Amesh Wijesekera from Sri Lanka. We were thrilled and have the highlights for you.
Who is Amesh Wijesekera?
Amesh Wijesekera had his big breakthrough as an international fashion star in 2016, winning the Graduate Fashion Week London’s International catwalk competition at London Fashion Week and attracting the attention of the world. The designer from Sri Lanka. Shines through his unique love for textiles and colour, which he brings to life with the help of talented tailors from his homeland. Handcrafted in batik mixed with unique, digital technology make for an incredible eye-catcher.
Also at the Fashion Week Berlin 2019 Amesh was thrilled again. His outfits inspire like every year anew. The mixture of masculine and feminine outfits has attracted attention. Men were also allowed to radiate a touch of feminism in fashion. Bright pink tops with fur elements and matching flare pants with orange stripes are not the first thing that comes to mind in men’s fashion. However, Amesh makes sure that it still comes across well and convincingly. Another core element of Amesh’s fashion is knitwear. Again and again we see combinations of knitwear, fur and crazy prints, which almost give you a space feeling.
Stefanie Giesinger at Amesh
With a talent like Amesh, of course the celebrities must not be missing. In the front row was the international top model Stefanie Giesinger, who showed her great enthusiasm for the unique looks. The surprise was written in her face, she doesn’t see anything like it every day. Especially the last piece convinced Stefanie and us. Two gold outfits that ran together. 2 men, hand in hand with flowers sewn to the clothes for a particularly feminine feeling. An outfit that radiates acceptance and tolerance. We are curious to see what Fashion Week has in store for us.
Amesh presents his Autumn/Winter looks at the Fashion Week Berlin 2019
CM – The model agency for boys and young men. With just one click in the main menu you can access the current men’s model selection at any time. As an agency and management we help our young talents to start their modeling careers. Modeling itself requires four ambitions. The job is demanding, it is about more than just good looks. As a model, this is especially true for young men, you must also quickly become changeable. As an absolute Newface it is enough to have a cool look. The more demanding the photo shootings and the photographers become, the more experience you need to deliver the quality that the client expects at that moment.
Becoming a Model means a lot of exercise and training
So that you can gain a lot of experience, you need training and practice through jobs. With the big competition, however, you need the first test shoots before your first job. Because first of all it is always about building up your portfolio. Your visuals must be able to compete with the competition so that customers can select you for jobs. That’s why as a young man you first have to take care of good pictures. Don’t worry, your modeling agency will help you! With contacts and a network, you can get to good photographers who can quickly prepare you for the industry.
First test Shootings as a young male Model
No matter if you are from Hamburg, Berlin, Cologne or Munich, at the beginning you have test shootings. In test shootings you can prove your skills and of course the agency gets feedback from the photographer. The first task and the most important. Because first you have to fill your model book with meaningful pictorial material. It is not about 50 different photo galleries, but about 5 good, varied photo galleries. Sporty, couples, sexy in black and white, underwear and business. You already have a good portfolio! Diversity is so important because customers also get a certain picture when looking at photos. If someone now wants to shoot a lookbook for a high-quality men’s clothing brand, it’s definitely an advantage if you already have suitable images in your portfolio. So you can imagine yourself much easier in the set!
The first Jobs for Boys and young Men
Your first jobs will usually consist of photo shoots. At the beginning still relatively undemanding, e.g. 20 parts for an online shop. It gets more challenging when you are asked for different posings and of course emotions. For such campaign shootings you need to have done some photo shoots in order to have the necessary experience and know how to take presence in a room, what effect a certain look or pose has. Due to your experience and feedback you will become more and more confident in your movements. This of course also makes it more and more valuable for the customer, because when you are at Shootings Set, every single movement sits! That’s where it has to go for you.
As a young male model you often also work in showrooms. Small fashion shows without an audience in which you present pieces directly to the customer, with the designer or someone from the marketing collection. In this way, the customer or buyer, whether from a boutique or a large fashion chain, can directly get an impression of how the workmanship and the material were put together. The buyers also have the opportunity to talk directly to you as a male model and ask you, for example, how you feel about the fabric.
Applications for Boys and young Men
If you want to apply now as a male model in our agency, then you only need two photos and your contact details! You can find all information here:
There are advertising agencies like sand on the sea, but advertising agencies for fashion? As a casting agency we work with agencies all over Germany. Here, too, there are good contacts for fashion designers. Also in the agency sector there are experts and specialists for lifestyle topics and companies in Germany. Whether Berlin, Hamburg, Düsseldorf or Munich, there are good contacts in every city. Since we have many friends and customers who are always looking for a good fashion advertising agency, we have put together a small list of 10 advertising agencies from Germany. In the following list you will find the various media agencies that are primarily concerned with fashion.
Media agencies with fashion / fashion experience for marketing & design, Co.
Social Media Management. Content Management All technical terms for us: Finding the perfect advertising agency is therefore not always easy. Especially the imagination of the agency, regarding its own brand identity, plays a decisive role. Does my agency understand me? Concept, idea implementation, project management, reporting – all this is important for the success of an advertising campaign. Fashion, fashion, are special: a trend- and fashion-conscious target group, fast media, lots of information… and yet the campaign should be a success! The experience of the advertising agency in the fashion industry makes the decisive difference. Here are a few agency tips as a list:
Dreispinger Agency in Berlin
Kurfürstenstr. 33 in 10785 Berlin, Berlin
- Telephone: 030 – 257 586 -0
- Website: www.dreispringer.de
Out to Lunch Düsseldorf
Luegallee 57, 40545 Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia
- Telephone: 0211 – 557 921 8
- Website: www.outtolunch.de
Forte advertising agency Hamburg
Steckelhörn 11, 20457 Hamburg
- Telephone: 040 – 357 177 20
- Website: www.forte-werbeagentur.de
Lukinski Advertising Agency
Hansaring 1 in 50670 Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia
- Telephone: 0221 – 630619 40
- Website: www.lukinski.de
GoodMenGroup Media Agency Munich
Hofmannstraße 7B in 1379 Munich, Bavaria
- Telephone: 089 – 74 88 04-30
- Website: www.goodmengroup.de
bmh Advertising Hamburg
Michaelisstrasse 22 in 20459 Hamburg, Hamburg
- Telephone: 040 – 357242 0
- Website: www.bmh-werbeagentur.de
Fashioncom Agency in Munich
Nymphenburger Strasse 84 in 80636 Munich, Bavaria
- Telephone: 089 – 64 98 33 – 0
- Website: www.fashion-com.de
The perfect agency for Social Media, Marketing & Lifestyle
Today, information is faster than ever. Whether Facebook, Instagram, your own company website, the online shop for many customers: media are complex, especially for lifestyle & fashion companies. Advertising agencies today also deal with various sub-areas. Be it the conception at the beginning, the brand, the company, classical marketing or even new fields such as online and content marketing. A full-service agency is an investment, but it finally saves a lot of time and energy.
Göhrener Straße 2, 10437 Berlin, Berlin
- Telephone: 030 – 49 91 37 20
- Website: www.glueckberlin.de
Social Media One
Speditionsstraße 15a in 40221 Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia
- Phone: 0221-630-619-40
- Website: www.socialmediaone.de
Hohenzollernstrasse 112, 80796 Munich, Bavaria
- Telephone: 089 – 38 01 89 0
- Website: www.gina-anders.de
Iconista Creative Network
Langenfelderstrasse 93, Old Cigarette Factory, 22769 Hamburg
- Phone: 040 – 881 672-86
- Website: www.iconista.me
Bartholomäusstraße 26 in 90489 Nuremberg, Bavaria
- Telephone: 0911 – 322539-0
- Website: www.reingold.net
The Fashion Network Group
Branch office Weidestraße 128 in 22083 Hamburg, Hamburg
- Telephone: 040 – 299 933 0
- Website: www.the-fashion-network.com
Ismaniger Strasse 65, 81675 Munich, Bavaria
- Telephone: 089 – 455 559
- Website: www.ofensteinwerbeagentur.de
Löricker Strasse 1, 40547 Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia
- Telephone: 0211 – 300 403 20
- Website: www.two-agentur.com
Gina Anders – Advertising agency
Hohenzollernstrasse 112, 80796 Munich, Bavaria
- Telephone: 089 – 33 79 74
- Website: www.gina-anders.de
58grad – Strategy and Communication
Montgelasstraße 8 81679 Munich, Bavaria
- Telephone: 0221 – 630619 40
- Website: www.58grad.com
Overview of media and communication agencies for fashion
This small list of different advertising agencies is based on top search results and includes various media agencies for fashion and fashion on the Internet. More suggestions to the topic Mode Werbeagentur (Link) provides Google. Of course, there are also different specialists for different areas. We recommend to always respect the serious appearance of the respective agency. Further recommendations can also be found at the advertising agencies in Germany. Here you can find our services as Media agency.
Good ratings are very important for any model agency. Because ratings show positive feedback. They also show you as a young model how serious a model agency is. So if you already see in your Google search that an agency has an average of only two stars for several ratings, you might want to keep your hands off it right from the start. If an agency has more than 3.5 stars, you can almost always assume that it is a good job. Even though it gets harder and harder, here is a good overview of what the majority of opinions about a model agency are. If a model agency has more than 4 stars or even almost 5 stars, you can be sure, if there are many reviews, that the model agency does a good job, has good references and good recommendations!
It is important that you always have a close look at ratings, likes and comments. So we’ll give you a little tip on how to assess the quality of the ratings. Nowadays you can buy both positive and negative feedback. If you look at a few indicators, you can easily see if they are real comments or bought ones. Also this should always play a role in your model agency rating!
Where can you see Reviews about Model Agencies?
There are many reviews about model agencies on the Internet. However, it is important that you use a portal that reflects different opinions and does not only include one or two reviews. Ideally, 20 or 30 people should have voted, because this will also tell you the size of a model agency. Those who have only managed to make two or three recommendations so far are either still at the beginning or their performance is not good enough yet. For ratings there are different portals, e.g. Google.
Google Reviews on Model Agencies
On Google you get a very good overview, because Google has the most users in Germany. This gives you a good overview of the different opinions and statements of people. The small disadvantage is that everyone is allowed to give an evaluation. For example, people who have not been accepted into the agency and are therefore angry are critical. In the short moment of rejection, one clicks quickly on Google and gives a bad rating. As a model, you should also pay attention to this and always ask yourself, is the evaluation serious or not constructive?
Here you can see some of our Google ratings:
Ratings on Instagram
There is no direct way to rate model agencies on Instagram, but you can see how well a model agency takes care of its models, castings, jobs and news from the likes and dislikes of the followers. Those who constantly have something new to report also make a lot of effort. It is important to make sure that the model agency has not only many followers, which you can buy relatively cheaply, but also that the interaction is right. How many Likes does a single photo have? Is the number always relatively the same or do the numbers fluctuate? This could also be an indication for bought Likes. Are there comments from real users? All these factors should always be taken into account in your evaluation.
Here you can find our Instagram Channel:
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Rating on Facebook
Facebook is used by many users, which is why there is a good opportunity to view reviews and form an opinion, especially for products with an older target group. However, the users on Facebook are rather older and there are many trolls here as well, paid by competitors or just looking for rejection. Nevertheless one can get a very good overview.
Here you can see some of our Facebook reviews
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Rating by online portals
In the internet there are two, three very good model portals where you can find model agencies worldwide. These agencies are hand researched and also evaluated by an editor. By different quality criteria, they are finally included in the list. Here you will find two recommendations where you can find many good agencies for your city:
Good luck with your search! If you are looking for more tips for your model application, have a look at our other articles and learn how to contact a model agency.
After having experienced a lot this year, from model coaching to her first big music video with one of the hottest German artists Miami Yacine, the music video: “Designer”, Linn now had her first show in Milan for Dolce & Gabbana. After she was already in America once, then again briefly in Germany, she is this time in Milan for modeling. With our partner Agency Women she has now gotten one of the greatest jobs at Fashion Week Milan. In Dolce & Gabbana on the catwalk, in one of the big fashion capitals. Italy stands for highest designer art and Milan in particular. 100% High Fashion – Congratulations from Berlin!
Linn for Docle & Gabbana
Backstage bi Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda and Alta Sartoria
Dolce & Gabbana is one of the largest high fashion companies. Dolce & Gabbana was founded by Domenico Dolce, born 1958 and Stefano Gabbana, born 1962 in Milan. Dolce & Gabbana’s first international recognition came in particular from Madonna, who accompanied the high fashion brand for many years. The two fashion designers designed more than 1500 costumes.
In the 90s the duo further expanded their position, among other things with perfume, which has been awarded as the best women’s fragrance of the year. Dolce & Gabbana has evolved ever since and has worked with many artists including Beyonce and Kylie Minogue. Dolce & Gabbana now includes not only the main line, but also the Alta Moda, as well as Dolce & Gabbana Junior.
Dolce & Gabbana offers its customers not only first-class fabrics and designs of the highest quality, but also lifestyle and luxury. With this mix, the brand has been convincing since its inception and continues to develop. The fashion shows are among the most coveted in the world, so once again big applause for our Linn and her first Dolce & Gabbana fashion show!
Oh my God – Summer Look! Sabina is super new to us. With 175 cm and a size of 34/36 she has not only for the German market great model measurements. More of Sabina you can find at Instagram or here in Sabinas Model Book.
Photos from Sabina’s Model Book 2018
Magazine Cover! Sabina on Dutch cover
Sabina does not only shine on jobs, she was also already printed on one or the other fashion magazine cover, like here:
Our first Insta story with Sabina
More from Sabina you can find on Instagram!
Parallel to Fashion Week we invited our New Face Franziska to Berlin. In Berlin-Mitte, on Museum Island, we had the perfect location to present our young talent in a completely different light. With two photo shoots and this new video from our videographer Robin Platte. Franziska is a real cutie! Although she is still very young, she is already very professional in her work and shows absolute motivation and commitment to become a model. Of course, as a model manager and model agency, it is a pleasure to meet such fresh talent in Berlin and get to know her for the first time, just like me. Franziska has strong prerequisites to really get off to a good start as a model. From fashion magazines, catwalks, photo shoots to videos for fashion companies. We and our partners see great potential in Franziska and that is why we were very pleased to welcome them to Berlin. But enough written, pictures say more than a thousand words!
Calm Fashion Showreel: Franziska
New Faces are special or she is something very special! Her look, her look, her charisma, her positive way and her effect on people, in real life, at castings or at photo shootings. Eugenia already knows a lot to tell and implement in her early years. Therefore we are very happy to support you as a model agency and management, not on short-term goals but on sustainable success in Germany and internationally!
You can always find new photos of Eugenia in her model portfolio and today this new, chic video is added as a candy. Our agency Videograph Robin Platte went to a lot of trouble in Berlin and met Eugenia for this small, strong visual enhancement of her book!
Why are videos so important for videographers and customers?
Many agencies still rely on pure image material, and many jobs are no longer just about photos. Small video sequences are made for Instagram, more elaborate sequences for YouTube and of course even more elaborate for TV, streaming portals or cinema advertising. For many casting agencies it is therefore important to get a moving image of the model. How are the looks? Twists? Movements?
Today came Eugenia’s new video on our YouTube Channel! If you don’t want to miss a video of her but also of our other models and also of our male models, then follow us on YouTube!
Here is Eugenia’s new video! You can find more of it in Eugenias Modelbook.
Fashion Showreel Eugenia
If Michelle doesn’t conquer the catwalks of the world, I don’t know! Today we’re introducing our new New Face, Michelle! Met at our last modelcasting, we were immediately enchanted by Michelle. Especially her long hair, which gave us an absolute “Victoria’s Secret Moment” while running, immediately confirmed our opinion that Michelle has to model! Whether in Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg or Munich, as long as our New Face is not yet abroad, we will make every effort to push her as far as possible so that she is perfectly prepared for modeling abroad – parallel to school.
With her measurements, but also with her positive nature and her unique charisma, Michelle is becoming a professional day by day. Today we have something very special, her first fashion video for her model portfolio. Videos are important, especially to give customers an impression of how the model moves, but their facial expressions are also their way and effect on people. Whether for Instagram, YouTube, TV, streaming portals like Netflix or cinema, in so many areas it is important that models deliver perfect video formats.
Michelle also has special qualities for the catwalk. Fashion shows, just like made for them. That’s why we’re all the more looking forward to the coming months and years together. If you want to see the first photos of Michelle, you can find them in Michelle’s model folder!
If you don’t want to miss a video of her but also of our other models, then follow our model agency on YouTube!
Spring Showreel ▶ Michelle!
Our highlights from July 2018 with video shootings from Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf and Munich! Our whole team was on the road all over Germany to equip our New Faces but also our professional models with new photos and video material. Meanwhile we produce in a good month, alone as an agency, without jobs from the customer, over ten videos, which you find by the way also always completely up-to-date on our model agency YouTube channel! That’s why from this month on we’ve decided to pack all our highlights in a great video so that you can see right away what was going on this month. If you are more interested in one of our models, e.g. to book it for a photo shoot or also for e-commerce, lookbook or a commercial, you can have a closer look at all photos and videos in the model’s portfolio. Let’s start with our first highlight episode, July 2018, from Berlin to Munich!
Arina lives in southern Germany, between mountains, fresh air and a lot of nature! The perfect conditions to have the perfect conditions as a model with a healthy lifestyle and a little sport. Although it does not quite reach the 176cm, Arina has great potential not only for the German market, but also for the international model market.
Arina at London Fashion Week – 5 shows
Already in her first weeks Arina was at the London Fashion Week! With a total of 5 jobs she had a great start in her career there. Modeling in London is a real challenge! Because in London there is a lot of competition for castings. In Berlin, where you may be with 10 or 15 other models, 80 to 100 models come to a designer casting in London, especially for Fashion Week. The castings are not even public! Only the good model agencies get the casting dates and addresses for the fashion shows in London. Our Arina made it with our partner agency Body London directly on 5 shows. We are very proud of our little one! Arina is an absolute new discovery and we hope that you will soon see her on Instagram channels of your favourite fashion brands or in the online shop with new fashion collections. If you want to see more of Arina, check out Arina’s model portfolio!
If you don’t want to miss a video of Arina but also of our other models, then follow our model agency on YouTube!
Made for fashion: Arina
Let’s call it High Fashion Baby! Distinctive look, self-confident appearance, Celine is strong! Becoming a model in Berlin requires a good agency – CM! We support Celine to make her dream come true! With the first photo shootings, in Berlin-Mitte but also now with the new video from Celine. Strong and safe posing right from the beginning, captivating, super expression, as well in all facial expressions and gestures: Everything is right! Celine is well equipped to become a great model in the months and years to come. For online shops, in the commercial sector but also for “wilder” brands, urban fashion brands and fashion magazines, an absolutely great face. Not only in Berlin, but also in Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Munich, Celine will surely dust off a job or two. We not only keep our fingers crossed, but support you in doing so: Let’s go! Enough writing, here is the first video of our Berlin model Celine!
If you don’t want to miss a video of Linn and our other models and men’s models, then follow our model agency on YouTube!
Paris Look Style with Celine
Oh my god! Cuteness Level 10: Linn is, if I may say so, the perfect model for all-round fashion! Strong face, great body, unique and recognizable charisma, fun on the shooting set, absolute professionalism and international experience.
Linn has seen a lot in the world, including New York. Now she is back in Germany and we look forward to developing her career in Germany together with her. Shootings, video shoot, let’s go! Also with your body measurements and proportions Linn has absolutely mega requirements and will arouse great interest with many customers. Because as said, not only the performance in the photos is really first-class, but also the positive charisma at photo shootings, which is very important at jobs, makes Linn so special.
Video Shooting in Berlin: Classical Music for the Book
That’s why we were really looking forward to the first video shoot in Berlin! With our model agency videographer Robin and fashion photographer Oliver Rudolph we made our way to produce the first photos in Germany. We are extremely looking forward to the cooperation and we hope to be able to present you the first results of Jobs soon.
Today Linns new video was released on our YouTube Channel! If you don’t want to miss a video of her but also of our other models, then follow our model agency on YouTube! You can find more photo galleries in Linn’s model portfolio.
The second video of our enchanting Linn! Back from New York we go directly to Berlin for the photo shoot and the video shoot for her model portfolio. In order to give our customers in Germany a perfect impression of Linn, we wanted to produce up-to-date images and video material directly as an agency. Of course, Berlin has the perfect locations for this. We grabbed our Creative Art Director Oliver Rudolph and our videographer Robin Platte and dived into the centre of Berlin with Linn. Instead of in urban Berlin (corners with graffiti, posters, partly prefabricated buildings), this time we decided on a classic location, very close to the Museum Island. Here we can also show Linn from a completely different light, classic and elegant.
You will find the photos in her modelbook soon! We also have this wonderful new video for you! You can find more of Linn, of course also all photos and videos, in Linn’s model folder.
If you don’t want to miss a video of Linn and our other models and men’s models, then follow our model agency on YouTube!
Berlin Fashion Showreel with Linn
Rock n’ Roll Baby! The Swiss model Jimmy is from our partner agency One Time Management (Zurich), our number one contact for male models and scouting. One Time Management has an absolute eye for young talents, may we introduce you to Jimmy!
If you’re looking for the perfect look for fashion magazines, you’ve got good cards with Jimmy. His individual look, the curls, striking features and a great figure for fashion. We met Jimmy in Zurich for his first fashion video for our model portfolio and clients. With our Videographen in the luggage and a quantity of good mood we produced the first video for the German market. May we introduce you, Jimmy!
If you don’t want to miss a video of Jimmy or our other male models from now on, then follow our modeling agency on YouTube! More photos from Switzerland, Germany and worldwide can be found in Jimmy’s Modelbook.
Backstage Showreel w/ Jimi from Zurich
You got your next job as a model in Berlin? Congratulations! But when you’re in the capital for the first time, you’re sure to feel lost. But Berlin isn’t as big as you think, if you know a little bit about it! So that you arrive safely on your next trip and can also explore the most beautiful places directly and find the perfect hotel or also an inexpensive alternative to the hotel, we have summarized here once the best tips for Berlin. First of all, do we basically get to the question, in which parts of the city does it even live to be a model?
The best districts of Berlin
If you are already booking a hotel or a cheap accommodation, then you should definitely settle down in the more beautiful places of Berlin, where you can experience something after a strenuous job, find cosy and tasty restaurants or even one or the other club, e.g. if it continues for you only the next day.
Berlin hot spots for your first visit
- Berlin-Mitte: Typical city instead of typical Berlin, but central
- Prenzlauer Berg: For a cosy time in Berlin
- Friedrichshain: Party and Lifestyle 24/7
- Kreuzberg: International and still Berlin
- Berlin-Mitte: Typical city instead of typical Berlin, but central
Jobs in Berlin, tips for your next trip
In the middle of Berlin you can’t do anything wrong, you are in the centre of all places, and between Zoo, Potsdamer Platz and Alexanderplatz, you have numerous possibilities to eat something tasty but also to experience something in the evening. The area around Berlin Mitte is characterized by tourism but also by busy people, from Monday to Friday. On weekends you will usually find tourists here, strolling from one place to another. The absolute advantage of Berlin Mitte, you are very central and can reach all places quickly. It’s also very safe here and you have very elegant nightlife. The little disadvantage, life is a bit more expensive and of course you don’t get to know the real Berlin and the real Berliners! And exactly these beautiful experiences on journeys, meeting new people, new cultures but also simply new areas, is one of the absolute advantages which one can enjoy as a model. It is guaranteed not to be boring! But if you want to experience a bit more of Berlin, then maybe you should settle down in one of these districts. The advantage, you can easily find them! Around Berlin Mitte, we start northeast in Prenzlauer Berg. You reach Prenzlauer Berg directly above Alexanderplatz. Then it goes down to the south via Friedrichshain to Kreuzberg.
Prenzlauer Berg: For a cosy time in Berlin
The home of hipsters and young families is especially for those who want to experience a dignified Berlin, the best area for cheap overnight stays like at Airbnb or hotel rooms. Here in Prenzlauer Berg you will find fewer original Berliners, but many newcomers, but a very relaxed Berlin atmosphere, beautiful streets and a little green left and right. In Prenzlauer Berg there is more upscale gastronomy, although you can still afford it, of course, because the prices in Berlin are not as overpriced as in Munich, for example. In Prenzlauer Berg you will also find numerous smaller clubs, where you can spend the evening relaxed to jazz sounds or dance to house and hip hop. In Prenzlauer Berg you will find fewer tourists, many newcomers and therefore a very interesting and international mix.
Friedrichshain: Party and Lifestyle 24/7
If you want to experience something more and also a little younger culture, then you should definitely take a look at Berlin Friedrichshain. Here you will not only find the trendy scene clubs around Warschauer Straße, e.g. the Great Crested Grebe, here you will also find real Berlin streets. A little snotty, a little edgy, totally adorable! Friedrichshain is a smaller district in relation to Prenzlauer Berg and Kreuzberg; it connects the two central and multicultural parts of Berlin. Here you can find party tourists in particular, which is why you can also experience a lot in the evening. From the club with swimming pool to simply hanging around on the street, e.g. on Warsaw Street and the many exciting possibilities that arise around this place. If you go a little further, only a few minutes, you are already at the beginning of Kreuzberg!
Kreuzberg: International and still Berlin
Just a few decades ago Kreuzberg was the multicultural district in which there were many problems. As a result, many creative people settled here and artists, so Kreuzberg became the popular district it is today. Kreuzberg perfectly connects the Berlin world and the international, tourists meet here with real local but also with dressed up and of course hipsters. The district is very cosy and offers with its various small bars, restaurants and clubs for every evening alternate. Berlin Kreuzberg will definitely not be boring for you as a model, neither during the day nor in the evening. During the day you can get various snacks from all over the world in hundreds of small restaurants, from the classics of Italy and Turkey to Mongolian, Kenyan or Indian, all cultures of the world can be found here! Kreuzberg also offers numerous hotels as well as Airbnb overnight accommodations, so that you can be right in the district and feel right at home here.
City map, travel to Berlin: Top recommendations for your short trip
We have summarized all three districts once again for you here in a clear map. Of course the other districts of Berlin are always worth a visit, but here you would have the easiest entry and get to know a beautiful part of Berlin. Not only a nice part, but also a lot of entertainment that not only the original Berliner gives but also tourists and business people. This mix makes the capital a very special place and also a hotspot in Germany not only for models but also for fashion designers and celebrities.
How do I find the best and cheapest hotel in Berlin?
If you are looking for a quick way to spontaneously book a hotel in Berlin, the best way is a booking portal and Booking.com.
On hotel booking portals you will not only find reviews and recommendations of other users but you will also constantly find the current availability. Often you have to make a lot of calls to find available rooms, booking portals provide a quick and uncomplicated insight into the current situation. Especially at big events, mostly fairs, many hotels are fully booked, because international guests also arrive and some companies book out half hotels directly, e.g. if a big division comes from China. Therefore it is recommended to take a look at such booking portals.
It pays to book via Airbnb for Berlin?
If you want to save some money, booking with Airbnb is definitely worthwhile. However, if you have a demanding and stressful job, it is sometimes advisable to book a hotel, as they take care of you completely. You don’t have to worry about food or keeping your room clean. So you can fall straight into bed late in the evening, after a strenuous job in Berlin. Usually the customer or your model agency will book the hotel anyway. This is the advantage of management, we take care of all your concerns! This way you can fully concentrate on your career and get the right input from your management to develop your career.
You still have questions about Berlin?
If you have any questions about Berlin, please feel free to write us in the comments and we will make sure we give you a good answer as soon as possible!
Hamburg is a city of fashion in Germany. In addition to Berlin and Munich, you’ll meet some celebrities in the Hanseatic city at the right place at the right time. Whether shopping on Jungfernstieg, Mönkebergstrasse or luxuriously on Neuer Wall, at one of the hippest fashion events in Hamburg, during an interesting fashion exhibition, or at celebrations in the exclusive clubs in Hamburg, one thing quickly becomes clear: Hamburgers have a flair for fashion and like to show this with the help of noble brands.
Foto: (c) sjack, fotolia.com
Fashion Events – Fashion Events in Hamburg
Art & Fashion Festival unÜBERSEEbar – Hamburg creatives praise fashion in different facets
The Art & Fashion Festival in Hamburg “unÜBERSEEbar” takes place for 14 days in the trendy Hafencity in Hamburg. The Überseeboulevard is the focus of the fashion event in Hamburg and is a dream come true for all creative and fashion enthusiasts on the Elbe. In addition to bloggers, journalists, designers, models and fashionistas, talented fashion photographers or boutique owners also romp around at the Open Air Fashion Festival under the fashion star in Hamburg. In addition to exhibitions of various artists, stylists, photographers & Co. offer small workshops. The fashion event in Hamburg offers talented creatives a platform to present their inspirations, visions and realizations in fashion to the public.
The Überseeboulevard as the longest catwalk of Hamburg
The Überseeboulevard is transformed into the longest open-air catwalk in Hamburg for the two-week fashion dreamland. Impressive dresses, elegant evening dresses, artistically elaborate and unique robes, as well as cute summer dresses are presented.
Lets get chic – fashion shows, workshops & more
The fashion event in Hamburg “let’s get chic” offers exhibitions from the areas of fashion, accessories, beauty & more as well as spectacular fashion shows of new designer collections in the location “Uni Hamburg”. In addition to the presentations and exhibitions, stylists and make-up artists will offer workshops on new trend styles of the season. So that women can enjoy the day in peace and quiet in the 7th fashion heaven, there are also so-called “men’s corners” at the Hamburg fashion event instead of a children’s paradise. Instead of bouncy castles, the male companions, who are less interested in fashion, can make new acquaintances at the table, challenge themselves to a round of FIFA on the Playstation or crown the day with a few snacks and drinks.
Fashion Event at the Star Hill – Fashion@Home Event Brigitte
The “Fashion@Home” fashion event in Hamburg, organised by the renowned women’s magazine Brigitte, combines the feel-good atmosphere of your living room with the glamour and glamour of the fashion industry and “geitüpfelt” with a few guests from the prominent scene. The location, the fashion loft in the Sternschanze, convinces with its young, exciting and exclusive ambience. The concept of the event: A perfect mix of fashion and music event with exciting show interludes and tasty snacks in a cosy atmosphere – glamour and enjoyment at ease. Similar to a beauty contest, the models not only present the latest fashion highlights, but also entertain the guests with vocal or dance performances. A prominent “coffee klatsch” of a slightly different kind – under the sign of fashion, whereby the so-called “living room” functions as a catwalk and the “guests” become part of the fashion spectacle.
Museum of Arts & Crafts – Exhibition Department Fashion
The Museum of Arts & Crafts in Hamburg boasts an impressive collection of fashion treasures. More than 10,000 unique items from women’s, men’s and children’s collections. The “red thread” of the exhibition in Hamburg: a documentation of the development of fashion history from the middle of the 18th century to the present day. Designer fashion by some well-known designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Wolfgang Joop or Alexander McQueen shape the collection. From haute couture, to pret-a-porter, from avant-garde fashion to fashion that was shaped by Antwerp, everything is united in the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg. A fashion journey through different epochs, styles and traditions. The presentations change in various special exhibitions.
Party in Hamburg – Celebrating after the event in Hamburg
After the various fashion events in Hamburg, from fashion shows to workshops to exhibitions, those who are not tired of glamour and glamour can end the evening in exclusive clubs such as the Golden Cut or the Moondoo or visit one of the successful musicals such as “King of the Lions” or “The Miracle of Bern”. In addition to fashion, an exclusive lifestyle and the Port of Hamburg, the city in the north of Germany is known for another thing: celebrating in Hamburg on the Reeperbahn. Those who want to get to know the “typical Hamburg” better can visit the Reeperbahn in St. Pauli after sunset. Fashionable highlights, such as the shrill, colourful costumes in a travesty show in the Olivia Jones Bar on the Great Freedom, can also be admired here.
A suitcase full of make-up, a motivated model, various picture backdrops. For a sedcard shooting with our model Katie, our Cocaine Models team has pulled it near the Rhine. In Deutz, on an office building forecourt, there is a versatile location which is perfectly suited for a multi-faceted sedcard shooting due to its different backdrops. With make-up artist, photographer, model and good weather the shooting could start. Michelle tells you what it looked like behind the scenes during the shooting.
Sedcard shooting: A windy start
It is windy when our Cocaine Models team arrives in Deutz. Our make-up artist Anschi and our model do not let themselves be disturbed by it and start directly with the make-up refreshment. In our studio in the Mediapark we already applied the basic make-up, straightened the hair and tried out the different outfit variations. Our model Katie will first pose in a cheeky, clean outfit: Short shirt, tight blue jeggins and high sandals, optionally with leather jacket in biker style. Our photographer Oli takes the first test photos. The weather is good, there is always the sun between the clouds. One more short brushing of the hair, then we start.
Sedcard obligation: Clean images
Katie poses for the first photos in front of a clean, shiny black wall. This location in Deutz has many facets. Our photographer explains that this versatility is the special thing about the selected location. There are many different possibilities for different image creations. In front of a clean wall, on benches in the green, on futuristic round islands with trees or on the large white stairs with a view of the Rhine and Cologne Cathedral. A new blinking angle: In front of a mirrored house wall or further down, away from the forecourt in front of a somewhat dirty wall, which is ideal for rocking pictures. Katie walks up and down in front of the clean wall, the wind blows through her hair. She does her best, almost every shot a hit. Katie’s intense blue eyes shine and we are thrilled.
Many-Sided: From clean & cheeky to sexy & rocky
The wind is easing, but it’s still cooled off. The next outfit is coming up. The T-shirt is replaced by a long black-transparent blouse with long slits, the blue Jeggins by a black one. Katie’s changing around the corner behind our reflector. She’s cold, her arms get goose bumps, but she’s biting her teeth together. It’s important that she doesn’t show on the pictures. She’s a professional. Our make-up artist builds eye shadow palettes on a wall and provides small hair rubbers. Katie is rocked up, the blue eyes are accentuated by dark smokekey eyes. Her hair draped through large and small braided braids into a sexy mane. Anschi tries hard and after 20 minutes we see the sensational result, WUNDERSCHÖN!
Large image selection – Many viewing angles
Oli’s working on some portrait photos. Katie sits casually on an island and poses. Her looks are strong, she changes her expressions. A sensual look, a clean look, an evil look – Katie offers our photographer a lot. Oli is satisfied, for him a successful shooting, because he does not have to give many instructions: Katie knows what she’s doing. Matching the sexy rocker outfit our team moves to the wicked, stylish and dirty wall. Our model’s black blouse blows in the wind around her slender legs. The nude-coloured lips are slightly open, the blue eyes look challengingly into the camera lens. SEDUCTIVE! The panorama in the background DREAMY. The sun shines through the clouds, the cathedral stands majestically above everything. Oli snaps and it flashes, the capacity of the memory card is soon used up. The sedcard shooting was a success. We have a large selection of pictures from different angles & with different posings for Katie’s sedcard.
Finally, even the photographer is pulled briefly in front of the lens. He wants some snapshots of himself and his muse Katie. Oli’s doing well in front of the camera, he’s got the posing skills. A decisive advantage for a photographer, because he knows exactly what he expects from a model and can also convey and demonstrate the poses exactly. Our make-up artist packs her make-up case, brush by brush. Katie quickly puts on something warmer. We take a quick look at some of the shooting pictures and are delighted. GOOD JOB!
Going abroad as a model – a constant theme for many models, both New Comers and professionals. With a stay abroad, some plans come your way, you will be rewarded with plenty of experiences – no matter where in the world you are. Many young models are concerned about whether they can cope independently abroad, what exactly awaits them and which country or city is the right choice. Malia von Cocaine Models is currently on the road as a model in Cape Town. I talked to her about her stay abroad in the South African dream city.
Model Malia: “Cape Town was a coincidence”
CM: Malia, you’ve been modeling in South Africa for several weeks/months. What have you experienced there as a model?
Here you experience a lot – from shootings, sight seeing, surfing to shark diving. Cape Town is extremely diverse in every respect.
CM: How did you discover South Africa/ Cape Town in particular?
I’m honest, Cape Town was more of a coincidence. My friend wanted to spend a semester abroad at the university and I thought I could just come along and model there. Since we went on holiday a year ago and had an agency there, it was very easy to implement the plan then.
CM: How did you prepare for your stay in advance?
In the end you don’t have to prepare for Cape Town, the only difficult or “long” one is the work visa, so you should plan about 2-3 weeks until you have all documents together and drive to the embassy in Berlin. It’s also important what clothes you take with you. I say this quite explicitly because Cape Town does not offer good or high-quality shopping opportunities (in terms of shootings). So if you plan to test, you should bring some clothes.
Malia about the possibilities as a model in Cape Town
CM: What are your experiences in Cape Town as a model so far?
There is a lot of competition on the road, casting can be longer than you want and direct booking unfortunately doesn’t exist. The jobs are great and you have opportunities you wouldn’t have in Germany and the tests are great.
CM: From your experience: Which models are particularly in demand in South Africa?
Ü30 models with blond short hair. Also male models.
CM: What does the modeling industry in Cape Town look like?
There are extremely many agencies and in the summer (German winter) the customers make a pilgrimage to Cape Town and produce there, due to the low costs. Yes, the model fees are also about half as good as in comparison to Germany. You feel like in a German village, because there are extremely many German models/photographers/MUAs on site.
CM: What jobs have you done in Cape Town so far? How did they go off?
Sport jobs, a lot is produced there in this respect, but also TV commercials. The process is no different than in Germany, perhaps one difference: after the casting there is always a callback, i.e. a second casting. If you are taken then there is one day only for fitting and then it is only produced. The days are long because you start shooting very early (because of the light). People rarely work over lunchtime because the light is too hard and it usually doesn’t continue until the afternoon.
CM: What are your typical daily routines in South Africa as a model?
The agencies communicate via SMS and send you the casting. Then you go to the different casting studios and hope that not 100 other people are waiting for the same casting. Waiting times vary from 10 minutes to 4 hours per casting.
There are normal castings (here the waiting times are 1-4 hours) and “requested” castings (there you are specially requested, have an appointment and usually come directly to it). Requested castings are always the ones where you have the best chances, because the customer has already selected you based on his pictures and wants to see you.
CM: How do you live and how did you get your place? What do you recommend?
The agencies help or provide accommodation. But I’m not a fan of model apartments and that’s why we chose Airbnb for our own accommodation. This was not directly in Cape Town City, but only 15 minutes away, cheaper and on the beach – which I personally like better. If you are an independent person and like to organize yourself, I can only recommend such a thing. If you are perhaps unsure, you should seek the help of the agency.
Malias Cape Town Highlights
CM: What are your personal Cape Town highlights?
My highlight was one of my last test shootings with the photographer Jacques Weyers (photographed for Elle Southafrica and World of Swimsuits among others). We shot an editorial, which was very important to me personally and in which I could find myself very well. Besides, I was the only model Jacques tested with, which was like a little knighthood for me.
CM: Which model hot spots would you recommend to other models?
The Food Markets in Cape Town are amazing, and I’m also a fan of some restaurants: Kloofstreet House, Cafe Paradiso, Simply Asia, Beluga and Black Sheep. Osumo makes the best smoothies and to celebrate: Era, Tschin Tschin Rooftopbar, Shimmy Beachclub.
CM: What do you like about modeling in Cape Town? What is more problematic?
I find the locations in Cape Town fantastic. If you want to do tests, you can have extremely many settings and improve your book very much.
Another problem is that the fees are unfortunately not so good and you have to be careful about the crime in Cape Town.
CM: What does a model have to pay special attention to in South Africa? (rules, customs, differences to Germany etc.)
Cape Town is very Western/European, but yes there are townships and crime is high. In the evening when it gets dark you should not go out alone or to the beach, you should not carry too many valuables around with you, carry too expensive clothes, get involved in conversations in the street or just go with people. You should just pay attention to what’s going on around you. When you rent a car, you have to expect people to drive extremely badly and uncoordinated. We had a little accident because someone drove into our car (only fender damage) and my credit card was stolen from the machine. You just have to be aware of these things when you are there and plan to fly there. Nevertheless, you don’t have to be afraid on the spot, because if you just pay attention to these things you are safe.
Cape Town for the Model-Book – Germany for the Model-Gage
CM: What do you take with you from your stay in South Africa to Germany?
Cape Town is good for the book and for the experience, however, one simply has to say that one is “on paid vacation” there and that Plus Minus Null will return to Germany.
CM: Would you recommend South Africa, especially Cape Town, to other models? Why?
I think for Newfaces Cape Town is great, you can build your book with great photographers, especially in terms of commercials. Then I also think that Cape Town is very good for models Ü30, because the market there is very versatile and as a model you can work there very well even in old age. If you fall into this grid or simply want to gain experience abroad I can recommend Cape Town, but if you think you will make the big money there I have to say, unfortunately, stay in Germany.
CM: Dear Malia, thank you for the interview!
Jeremy Fragrance – Besides Youtube clips on men’s perfumes, the smart Mister Cool is also successful in the model business. In addition to large jobs such as for an energy drink manufacturer, Jeremy has been decorating the model card index of Cocaine Models since 2015. We talked to Jeremy about his skills, future plans and experience in the modeling business.
Model Jeremy: Mister Attitude!
CM: You’ve already had some experience as a model, what were your best experiences/jobs?
Jeremy: Just recently I had two jobs that I liked very much, I was allowed to dance on the catwalk! Power and a good mood – that’s what we should communicate and that’s what I did.
CM: Where do you see your strengths as a model?
Jeremy: Versatility and discipline are my strengths. I can let go completely and be free, at the same time I listen carefully to the wishes of the customer to achieve the best possible result or even surprise him with an even better idea/pose.
Jeremy: CM: Do you have a fashion tip?
Jeremy: Always be authentic, no matter what emotion it is, as long as it is authentic – it’s good!
CM: What is your professional mantra?
Jeremy: Being unique and yet suitable for the masses.
CM: What else do you want to achieve in the future?
Jeremy: I love it when people send me Whatsapp photos when they see me in magazines and more!
CM: Dear Jeremy, thank you for the interview!
With FIV Magazine we are realizing the new interview portal for fashion, fashion, lifestyle and VIPs together with editor-in-chief Michelle Hamacher. Already in the first weeks we were able to attract exciting interview guests. The two fashion designers around the fashion label holyGhost were guests just a few days after Fashionweek Berlin. Model and full-time Mama Shermine Shahrivar. Fashion blogger Kiamisu, and much more. From Berlin, Hamburg & Co. we are looking for new stories, bold collections and the most beautiful ideas, all around fashion and lifestyle themes. Fashion Interview, our new fashion online portal, is set to become one of the major interview online magazines in the coming months.
interview with fashion designers, media managers and photo models
Through our daily work with creative people, advertising agencies, film productions and fashion designers, we always come across new ideas and great stories. But not everyone is told! In order to change this, we wanted a website for fashion interviews that would run on the couch both in the underground and comfortably on a tablet PC at home. With great effort and great partners we have implemented our idea in the last weeks.
Now online: Fashion Interview – the fashion portal for designers, models & Co.
From today on you will find new and interesting interviews on Fashion Interview almost daily. Always up to 2-date and directly from the fashion metropolis. You can also find the interviews on Facebok and Instagram. Always & everywhere.
For the 17th time the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week took place in Berlin. capital, fashion metropolis and always at the cutting edge of fashion trends and style. Well-known designers presented their spring/summer collections 2016 in numerous fashion shows, including Hugo Boss, Lena Hoschek, Riani, Guido Maria Kretschmer and many more. They all attracted fashion enthusiasts and international trade visitors to the capital for Fashion Week. The main attraction was the Mercedes Benz Fashion tent, directly behind the Brandenburg Gate. Young, innovative, but also established fashion designers also presented their collections and designs in several off-locations. Our Cocaine Models-Model Bookerin Regina Steinpress was live on site and captured the most beautiful backstage moments.
Highlights on Tuesday – The first shows
The Berlin Fashion Week starts this year on 07.07.2015 with the first opening shows. With the highlight “Panorama Berlin” and the side event “IT COUTURE – The Fashion & Technology Exhibition”. Both start punctually at 09.00 o’clock. The seats are of course occupied until the last one, music is released: Fashion! It’s not over until the afternoon. The first fashion show gets the fashion label “Sopopular Menswear” and opens the catwalk with the collection “The Last March Before Victory”. The combination of military elements and Asian style is a perfect match for the fashion label. This is followed by several trade fairs, shows, side events and fashion shows in which renowned designers such as Lena Hoschek and Marc Cain present their new collections.
Particularly interesting are the many so-called side events at Berlin Fashion Week, because most of the time anyone can visit them without an invitation. These are not as well-known and highly official as the shows in the Mercedes Benz Fashion tent, where only invited guests have access.
Catwalk – Impressions from the catwalk
Our models at Fashion-Week Berlin
Also three of our Cocaine models proved themselves in the castings. They are part of Berlin Fashion Week and run the catwalk for various fashion designers. Simon walks the catwalk for fashion label Brachmann, a classic in men’s fashion, which this time took place at the stage location in the “Me Collectors Room”. Another highlight of Fashion Week for our model Simon is that he is the only model to conquer the catwalk for the new women’s collection of the fashion label Riani. Our Nikola presents the fashion of Pearly Wong, an independent design label, made of monochrome garments with unique materials. And Niklas takes part in the colourful and varied IVANMAN fashion show, which is intended to provide an impetus for more colour. There are not many looks in the collection, but well thought-out and stylish! Just as one knows it from the designer Ivan Mandzukic.
Highlights on Wednesday – The great designers
Of course, the second day of Fashion Week in Berlin will be an exciting day. A lot of other shows by famous designers like Anja Gockel or William Fan follow. Also the aftershow parties in the evening pile up, many celebrities, models and bloggers gather to celebrate.
A special fashion show was that of designer and TV darling Guido Maria Kretschmer. With his new collection “Bon Voyage” he presented his latest autumn/winter fashion 2015. Couture and “Ready to Wear” looks are combined for simple elegance and femininity. Stefanie Giesinger and Betty Taube, two then Germanys next top model candidates, can also be found on the catwalk.
Another highlight is the show of the designer duo Holy Ghost. Great Crested Grebe, an exclusive “in-location” with pool in Berlin, was transformed into an extraordinary catwalk. The catwalk runs over the water and is laid with an oriental carpet, which keeps the atmosphere very Mediterranean. Hundreds of visitors gather to take part in this spectacle.
Our models continue to conquer the catwalks
One of our Cocaine models is getting another catwalk job. Simon is allowed to participate in the third show so far and presents the new Spring/Summer collection 2015 by designer Franziska Michael. With a very creative and crazy outfit he walks casually over the catwalk.
Between Catwalk and Germanys next topmodels
Highlights on Thursday – almost 30° & Fashion
Shows and masses at noon, parties in the evening. This is the motto of Fashion Week in Berlin. Also on Thursday there are some highlights not to miss.
Fashion designer Michael Michalsky can be seen again this time! After he was not at the Fashion Week in January, because of the Ebola outbreak in Africa, for which he donated a considerable amount, he is back in July. With his first couture collection “Atelier Michalsky” he wants to create new favourite pieces. As expected, he inspires with his latest collection of trade visitors, as well as fashion enthusiasts.
Another absolute highlight on this day is the Dutch model Doutzen Kroes. Last week in Paris – today in Berlin. The famous Victoria’s Secret model is not on the catwalk this time, but at the Mercedes Benz Press Vernisasge, where she poses in an enchanting evening dress.
Also on Thursday one of our Cocaine models will be present. Nikola takes part in the “Panorama Berlin” fashion fair. The fair starts on the first day and presents the most important trends of the coming season, which include women’s and men’s collections as well as accessories from leading lifestyle brands.
Highlights on Friday – spectacular finish
Also on the last day of Fashion Week, Friday, there are some highlights, as well as spectacular shows.
Especially exciting is the Michalsky Stylenite, with which Fashion Week ends, as every year. This year, however, with a “light version”. There the designer, his collection and the Fashion Week will be celebrated once again. Of course, all seats are taken at this highlight, because everyone wants to be there at this special end! On the catwalk you can see flowing dresses in pastel shades, as well as a lot of fabric with flowers. The floral wreaths on the heads of the men’s models are particularly striking. The more conspicuous – the better!
But also many other designers like Ewa Herzog, Dorothee Schumacher or the Turkish designer Emre Erdemoglu, who also present their collections on the last day, have a lot of fabric with flowers on display. So-called “flood pants” also seem to be back in fashion! Turtleneck sweaters and shoulderless tops are very often seen on the catwalks in the German fashion metropolis!
Can I get you another snack? Small delicacies and creative invitations: We were guests at the BRAX Store Opening in Cologne, presented by Douglas and Gala. Among others Frauke Ludowig from RTL Exclusiv and we, Cocaine Models were there. The little who’s who of the Cologne fashion and media world. Here is our Recap for the BRAX Opening in Cologne:
BRAX Store Opening
Isn’t it true that it’s far too rare to get letters? About two weeks ago we had a really nice invitation in the mailbox. With fancy stationery and a personal invitation. Slightly glossy paper, modern packaged in a semi-transparent cover and with beautiful handwriting. So much trouble, then still in Cologne, one says gladly yes! That’s why we were particularly pleased about the elegant invitation to the store opening right from the start.
Fashion Highlights for Men & Buffet
Around 5 p.m. we locked all the doors in the office, smoothed our hair once more and set off. After a short stop at the Asian’s, we continued directly on the way to the city centre (Breite Straße 1). Even from a distance, the large structure could be seen in the Breite Straße. Even in front of the store were large headlights, flash systems and various photographers. Of course, behind the red carpet there was also the obligatory photo screen with all important sponsors of the evening, including Douglas and the gala. After the friendly security man let us on the red carpet, we were also intercepted directly by the BRAX manager: Photos! Let’s go… a few poses for the gala and pure 200 square meters of fashion for ladies & gentlemen.
So after we posted well and passed the start with flying colours, nothing could go wrong anymore. Closing time. Network. Red wine. We quickly went on to the BRAX Store. Since there were already some people there, it was relatively full. Nevertheless, one thing immediately catches the eye: chic, elegant and stylishly furnished – was my first thought! About 60 invited guests gathered on the first and second floors of the new fashion store. Below is a DJ house and relaxed lounge music, behind him are shirts and polo shirts neatly sorted on the shelves. Women in colourful cocktail dresses are also entertaining themselves. Most male guests are in suits, classic, grey/black. To the left and right of us are small snacks, aperitifs and wine. Everything that belongs to a good shop opening. After a hard day’s work, everyone here is happy to relax a little, chat with colleagues and stroll comfortably through the new store.
BRAX has really come up with a lot, from high-quality letterhead with individual invitation lettering to your own Gala Magazine cover. Snacks for the guests (… and we all know that love goes through the stomach). Of course not only we from Cocaine Models were there, but also a few other people from radio and media. Among other things, Cologne actors were present and of course one thing should not be missing at fashion events in Cologne: The RTL Exclusiv Team. And so Frauke Ludowig and Kena Amoa were guests in the evening. The collections in the store are well chosen and mature. Just as beautifully draped for a first glance – so close to opening.
On the second floor there was a very special highlight…
Photo shooting with the gala
So that every guest at the BRAX Opening can take something special home – of course also in their own model or advertising agency – a special highlight was placed on the second floor of the store! An extra photographer with canvas, flash systems & Co. The highlight: Each team could pose once for a gala cover. In only two minutes the covers were edited, cut and printed. Presented with a chic folder it was a really great idea! There was also a Douglas “refreshment stand” where you could try out all the new fragrances, from Hugo Boss to Gucci. We teamed up with some actors from the TV series “Alles was zählt” (RTL) and tried and found some great new perfume creations (but we don’t want to advertise here).
Only a few minutes later we took our Gala Magazine cover in hand and returned to the first floor of the store. Also here there was a lot to see, besides the DJ of course countless outfits, trousers, shirts and ties for the coming season. Isn’t it said, pictures say more than a thousand words? So here are a few impressions from the big store opening in Cologne:
BRAX – now in Cologne
There is now fashion for men and women on two floors with the latest trends and styles. BRAX in Cologne is easy to find, only a few minutes’ walk from the main station or from the nearby Appellhofplatz underground station. It is located in the centre of Cologne and can be easily reached by foot or subway. We wish you much success and thank BRAX for the cordial invitation.
The next date has already been set. Friday we go to Frankfurt am Main to see the Escada summer / autumn collection for the year 2015. Of course we will also take some pictures at the Escada fashion show!
Fashion is not fashion. And what is fashion anyway? Let us first examine the term fashion. Simmel, a classical sociologist, already distinguished the term fashion from the term functional “everyday” clothing in 1905. Clothing fulfils a purely functional human need – as well as protection against cold or rain. Fashion, on the other hand, is something else! Fashion is also a social need. That is why today we look at the history of fashion and its influence on society. Below you will also find great videos about 100 years of fashion!
Thanks for the contribution to Book author & Social Media Manager Stephan Czaja.
Fashion becomes a cultural asset – fashion has existed since the beginning of mankind
Fashion existed already at the beginning of mankind First, as described above, it was a purely practical product for early humans to protect against external environmental influences. The first fashionable excesses occurred in the late Middle Ages, but it was not until the 20th century that it became a cultural asset and lifestyle product for almost everyone. Designers, top models, fashion labels, they all gained media and social attention through the first film premieres, the upcoming TV and thanks to print magazines. Fashion has been a social cultural asset since the 20th century and has become a persistent mass phenomenon at the same time.
For the first time clothing became “fashion” by working the fur with the first sewing needles. Thus, external demarcation and individuality gained in importance in society for the first time. Clothing became a status symbol. People of the Renaissance era are still familiar to many people today. You all know the Sun King Louis XII, but for a long time fashionable clothing was reserved exclusively for the aristocracy – ergo, it was only late a general social cultural asset. Elaborately manufactured clothing became affordable in the 19th century, thanks to industrialization, but for more and more people. With increasing prosperity, practical, simple clothing rapidly lost its importance. Fashionable clothing became a product and cultural asset for the first time.
Fashion industry – off-the-peg trends and collections
Women and men – fashion as an industrial product
Not only fashion itself was in demand, also the fashion world, individual brands and models. Also the media and advertising filmmakers of that time quickly discovered the new, prominent designers and designs for themselves. Designers were able to produce their haute couture in large quantities and standard sizes due to increasing demand and new industrial possibilities. And just as the sewing needle brought about the first great change early in human history, the new industrial mass production of fashion also led to increasing possibilities for demarcation and individualisation in society. Industrial production made fashion faster to produce – but also interchangeable. Fashion became “everyday life” with various multicultural influences.
By the end of the 21st century, fashion had become a gigantic industry media and advertising, especially magazines, TV and, since the 2000s, the World Wide Web, were spreading new trends faster and more globally. But is fashion now an individual question or a product of purely qualitative standards – like many others? To explore fashion and its fundamental social origins, it helps to turn to a classical sociologist: Simmel’s “Philosophy of Fashion” (1905), which is referred to in the following chapter.
- Clothing is a useful product for protection against environmental influences such as moisture and cold. Fashion is a social need.
- Only in the 20th century did fashionable clothing become a social cultural asset until it became a gigantic industry in the 21st century. Today, everyone wears fashions, whether in individual groups or according to generally accepted patterns.
Fashion trends – media and trend research
What are fashion trends? Trends define social trends in their beginnings. From the first individuals to global effects. Fashion is also an essential term in media and trend research. Fashion (as described above) is not the same as clothing. Ergo, if people only wore appropriate clothing, fashion would be superfluous. Here the “philosophy of fashion” comes to the ultimate conclusion that fashion can only work as fashion if it presents its difference from the factual practicality (of everyday clothing).
The term fashion stands for something new. This difference is essential, especially for fashion labels that are strongly dependent on trends and often exclusivity. It determines the value of the fashion pieces but also the impact of your own brand. This can quickly be seen in the different class fashions. The classification shows how trends (fashions) develop.
According to Simmel, the fashions that emerge are always class fashions. This means that the fashion of the higher classes is different from that of the lower classes.
fashion philosophy – more than just clothing
In his time, Simmel (1858-1918) pursued the fundamental question: “How is society possible?” For him, interaction is what makes a functioning society. The interaction of the individual individuals with each other. They result from the forms of socialization, whose contents can be of the most varied nature and as many as desired. Socialization means that individuals form groups and form common values. Besides religion or money, it’s fashion. This creates common patterns according to which groups and their individuals are guided.
Two models, two photographers, one sensational location. Our desert shooting yesterday in Frechen with two of our New Faces and the girls from “City Boutiques” was a complete success. Here is a brief summary of the most exciting moments behind the scenes. Have a look at the final pictures below and read how such a shooting day works.
excitement before the desert shoot
Our studio in Cologne is slowly filling up with colourful clothes and make-up utensils. Outfits are tried on, accessories admired and assigned to our two models Marie and Pia. Caro and Jennifer from City Boutiques brought a suitcase full of treasures. Through these two we can borrow the latest collections of small boutiques from Cologne for our shooting. GREAT!
The models are already made up by our make-up artist Angie, hair spray smell hangs in the air and the mood is good. Everyone is excited, because there is not just any normal studio shooting coming up, NO: We are shooting today in a desert scenery, in the middle of nature. But we don’t jump quickly into our private jet, we simply don’t drive our shooting mobile for an hour and are at our dream location: A desert landscape like in the middle west of the USA, directly in front of our front door in Frechen near Cologne.
Our two photographers Oli and Moritz can’t wait to jump out of the car, the weather is better than expected, even if there is no sunshine, the lighting conditions are perfect. After a short walk through nature, with two huge suitcases full of clothes and make-up, we finally arrived at the scene.
Model posing in icing sugar sand
The shooting is on, the cameras are flashing and our models are setting the scene in the white dream beach sand. The outfits are changed behind the next hill, the face shortly after powdered and it goes on. The view over the landscape is really DREAMY and our models give everything at posing! The photos are corresponding! Here again a big praise to our models!
The weather grumbles up after one and a half hours of shooting, thick raindrops patter down on us. Our models don’t let this unsettle them and make a top figure in their outfits even in the rain. The outfits are changed one last time, our photographers realize their last picture visions, then they are quickly packed together. It gets cold and with wet hair no thick cardigan will help. On the way to our shooting mobile the setting sun can be seen for a moment and shines in a shining orange over the desert landscape. An exciting photo shoot ends with an impressive sight. We are proud of the whole team and are looking forward to the photos!
As model & media managers we only know contemplative Christmas from television – probably it will remain that way for a long time to come. Between the most contemplative of all celebrations of the year (Christmas) and New Year’s Eve in the new year, we have decided to make a last high-quality shooting for 2014. It was an honor!
The Jewellery Shooting – Jewellery from the fashion metropolis
For one of the newest and perhaps soon hottest jewellery labels from London: NIOMO Jewellery. Our goal, spontaneously, on the first Monday after Christmas days, to create a complete photo set. We have one of our favorites from Kiev, a local photographer, matching make-up artists for the hand and neck close-ups. Jewellery, during the shooting the special challenge, which should come to the fore. Besides the usual set and photo equipment, we looked for a really chic and busy location in Cologne’s Mediapark. The moodboard is ready, now we photograph the new collection of the London jewellery manufacturer NIOMO.
NIOMO is made by two enchanting young ladies. Both have studied and understood fashion and trends for themselves, for inner light, in London. That you see, all the jewelry creations, handmade and really adorable. Soon NIOMO jewelry will also be available in unisex, for men and women. You can find more information about the jewellery on her website www.niomo.co.uk, or via Like on the Facebook fanpage of NIOMO Jewellery London.
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