The child modelling industry may be one of the most competitive fields to break into, but when it comes to talent scouts discovering the next big thing (or should we say little), the good news here is that there’s always a huge demand for fresh faces to make their mark on the fashion world.
Whether you’re a doting parent interested in opening up new doors for your daughter’s bright future, or you’ve come to realise that your cherub simply has a natural flair for posing in front of the camera, there are plenty of modelling opportunities just waiting to be grasped with both hands.
Being a great model is not just about being able to strut down a catwalk and smile in front of the camera, it actually requires a lot of perseverance, practice and passion. However, be advised that if your little princess is considering going down the competitive modelling route, it’s imperative to remain patient. After all, becoming a successful child or teen model is often no overnight success story.
All across the UK there are creative modelling contracts available for gifted young girls who not only love clothes, but also enjoy seeing a visual story come to life. Take our European summer 2011 fashion shoot as the perfect kids designer clothing campaign. Notice how our radiant mini model shines as she sits pretty wearing an elegant David Charles S/S11 ensemble? Not only does this little superstar look effortless in her pastel dress, but she is also pictured posing barefoot to introduce natural summer styling.
When you flick through your favourite fashion magazines, you may notice how just about every editorial spread has been carefully tailored towards a specific theme or concept. If your daughter is an aspiring child model just starting out in this multi-million pound industry, it’s important for her to recognise her strengths, work with her own capabilities and be able to discover a niche in the early stages. It might be that your young fashionista has a flawless complexion where she can focus her talents on headshots. Some modelling campaigns prefer to feature hand models, so your little one may like to let her nails do the talking by having different manicures photographed.
Whether it’s clothing campaigns, magazine advertorials or catalogues where your daughter could begin an exciting career in modelling, or even if she just wants to try this out as a hobby, here at David Charles Children’s Wear we believe that every little girl deserves to look and feel like a movie star, on and off camera.
For more fashion ideas, why not view our range of European designer dresses today.
Written by: Dawn Wood
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