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Vogue Talents: Scouting for Africa

Scouting for models and designers for the Vogue Talents has commenced.

ISIS HOT MODELS ON A TRIP TO SENEGAL

The Beachside at Le Lagon Hotel, Dakar Senegal in June 2012

FAVOR LUCKY WINS FACE OF THE YEAR AT MBFW, JOHANNESBURG.

2 ISIS Models were nominated for the award from Nigeria.

AMAZING PHOTO SHOOT! PROUDLY AFRICAN

Binta Madaki - ISIS Model Got a great and unique passion for photography and stunning on runway

ISIS MODELS | PETIT PRINCE FASHION INTERNATIONAL

isis models and petit prince fashion international will be hosting several world class fashion events.

Tuesday, 28 August 2012

NIGERIA'S NEXT SUPER MODEL 2012 SCREENING AT BEST WESTERN HOTEL VICTORIA ISLAND.


Dark and Lovely hair treatment and styling section for isis models



Monday, 27 August 2012

The Final Screening of the Nigeria's Next Super Model 2012.






The awaited screening eventually rounded up at Best Western Hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos. All the contestants are awesomely gorgeous as they appeared elegant and graciously glide up and down the runway.

All the shortlisted contestants from the previous screening at Rays Inn were present alongside some new faces after being screened privately.
The event was opened with a series of "Talent Hunt" of the contestants flaunting what they are best at after which there was a breath-taking dance steps from the contestants while the audience are being "Wow-ed".

Please check our Youtube Channel for the various videos captured at the event.

The event was graced by several Dignitaries, Brand CEOS, Sponsors, The Media, Guests, Friends and Well Wishers rallying their support for NNSM 2012. 



 A through screening of the contestants by the eagle-eyed judges which was led by the Founder herself - Mrs Joan Okorodudu



Before the calling out of the finalists, JOAN OKORODUDU addressed the guests, introducing some of the sponsors, while telling the brief history and phenomenal growth of NNSM.

Finally, Twenty-five (25) were short-listed from the fifty-two (52) shortlisted at the second screening that emerged from the one hundred and thirty-five (135) registrants

Two contestants from Canada and UK will be joining the final selection where they will be camped.

L-R: SALLY INHEGO, designer with mom, MRS. OKEKE

Amongst the brands, guests and sponsors present were: L’Oreal Paris (with their Dark and Lovely products), Prince Dany of Petit Prince, Dr. Vivian Oputa, Mon Ami, Meg Alabi Couture, Sally Inhego, Wranglers, Linda Ikeji and Wave Tek (which will be broadcasting NNSM 2012 live to the world) to name but a few.

The NNSM 2012 Screening Team

Top models AISHA BELLO and BUNMI ADEMOKOYA

DR. VIVIAN OPUTA (middle) flanked by REMI DIAGBARE, right (of Vanguard Allure magazine) and a guest

WAVE TEK Team
Aisha Bello - (Right)
OMOS GODWIN (right), ace make-up artist
 ISIS Models
Guests
ISIS Models and Friends
IMADE OGBEWI (in pink blazer), winner, NNSM 2011

ISIS Models, Guests
Models waiting to be screened

MRS JOAN OKORODUDU and her models in a *snap...

Friday, 24 August 2012

NIGERIA'S NEXT SUPER MODEL FINAL SCREENING IN PROGRESS

At the Venue, Best Western Hotel - V.I Lekki, The final selection of the contestants for Nigeria's Next Super Model 2012 is taking place and the girls are being screened and selected for the Contest coming up in October.
Here is the picture of the Venue.
Pictures of the selected comes up in a short while.





Thursday, 16 August 2012

NIGERIA'S NEXT SUPER MODEL 2012 FINAL SCREENING AT BEST WESTERN HOTEL - 24 AUG

Shortlisted models who participated during the NNSM Screening in June are expected to meet at BEST WESTERN HOTEL, opposite Bar Beach, Victoria Island on 24th August, 2012. Time is 9AM prompt. Models are advised to be punctual.

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

NNSM 2012 UPDATE: STYLEMANIA JOINS L’OREAL PARIS AS OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF NNSM!


For an event that has the backing of world’s biggest cosmetic brand, L’OREAL amongst others, Nigeria’s Next Super Model 2012 will see StyleMania Magazine (Nigeria’s version of VOGUE) sponsor the event, which is undoubtedly Africa’s biggest model search.
Regarding the sponsors, the brief available to us states:
“…going by the major sponsors this year, L’Oreal Paris and sponsorship coming from Nigeria’s answer to Vogue, StyleMania magazine, it has become a thing of joy to see this brand (NNSM) waxing this strong. From watching the girls from this show jet setting the world it was not a surprise to see that the biggest cosmetic company in the world L’Oreal Paris with its mega brands like Dark and Lovely and Maybelline New York have indicated that both brands will be  used to sponsor this show.
Mania has become the magazine that Nigerian models look up to to do their model books. Dimeji Alara, the Editor of the said magazine will be a judge in the house and at the grand finale and of course bringing a wealth of experience to the show. Nigerians will be seeing this show on international and local TV stations.”
With former Miss World 2001, Agbani Darego as the global spokesperson for L’Oreal brand, we hope to have many young female models in Nigeria aspire to the zenith of their respective careers.
As the iconic magazine joins L’ Oreal Paris as a topnotch sponsor, NNSM 2012 is set to be the mother of all models shows in Nigeria this year.
We will keep you posted as more sponsors emerged in subsequent weeks. Also, you could visit this website for more details on the StyleMania magazine deal with NNSM 2012.
N/B: Shortlisted models who participated during the NNSM Screening in June are expected to meet at BEST WESTERN HOTEL, opposite Bar Beach, Victoria Island on 24th August, 2012. Time is 9AM prompt. Models are advised to be punctual.

London celebrates African fashion | HOUSE OF JOLA AFRICA FASHION WEEK LONDON ON MSN .COM


HOUSE OF JOLA AT THE AFRICA FASHION WEEK LONDON ON MSN .COM
If you happen to be one of those that are sarcastic about the way African Models, African Fabrics and African Designers are appreciated on the International platform, then you've gotta watch this clip.
It shows how London celebrates African fashion at the African Fashion Week London 2012. The appreciation was so obvious that it made MSN headlines as well as Yahoo!, People.co.uk, Independent.ie, TalkTalk.co.uk, African Fashion Week London of course and thousands of bloggers all over the world.

 Models shine in bold prints and bright colours at Africa Fashion Week London 2012

Saturday, 4 August 2012

Behind the Catwalk, Suspicion and Suits

http://redalertpolitics.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/New-York-Times-logo.jpegAT a crucial moment some years back when New York's top modeling agencies were considering whether to raise the prices they charged clients, Monique Pillard, an executive at Elite Model Management, dashed off a memo to colleagues. The agencies, she wrote, would be ''committing suicide if we don't stick together.'' Noting that one rival at the Wilhelmina agency had warned her that such talk could give the impression of a price-fixing conspiracy, Ms. Pillard wrote, ''Ha! Ha! Ha!'' and dismissed the idea with an expletive.
The document is typical of the kind of evidence jurors in Federal District Court in Manhattan will be shown beginning June 1, when a complex class-action suit brought by a group of models against their former modeling agencies goes to trial. Though jurors may show up expecting sexy stuff, they will soon learn that the case has little to do with catwalks, lingerie or lithe beauties and everything to do with the interpretation of documents like the one lawyers now refer to as the ''Ha-ha-ha'' memo.

Is it evidence that Ms. Pillard knew she was involved in a price-fixing scheme? Or proof that she thought suspicions about such a scheme were way off the mark?
The fate of some of the best-known New York modeling agencies -- Elite, Next, Wilhelmina and Ford Models among them -- may hang on just such questions. Because the plaintiffs have charged the agencies with fixing the commissions of potentially thousands of models over a period of years and because damages in antitrust lawsuits are tripled, a verdict against the agencies could cost them tens of millions of dollars -- much more, the agencies have said, than they have on hand.
Some could face bankruptcy from the legal fees alone, say people with knowledge of the suit. The models have intimated in court papers, and in two related suits in New York State Supreme Court, that if they can't collect from the agencies themselves, they'll go after the personal assets of some of the biggest names in the modeling industry, like Dieter Esch, the head of Wilhelmina; John Casablancas, the founder of Elite; and the Ford family, which started Ford Models.

Culled from the New York Times

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