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We represent, develop, publish, scout new talent, and provide online training for successful modeling career. We help models to get highly paid projects in Ad films, Photoshoot in fashion, commercial, editorial, online branding campaigns, social media influencer marketing. To Become Zjell Model or Influencer send your profile, photos and Register with us.

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Types of Influencer and ad Models

Fashion Model

These models are the faces you see in high fashion magazines such as Vogue and Elle. Editorial models also usually work for top fashion designers such as Marc Jacobs, Prada, and Gucci. As a whole, editorial modeling tends to be the most selective. Most Editorial models are incredibly tall, slim, and usually are the ‘complete package.’

Related: How To Build a Model Portfolio

 

Runway Model

These models are found on the catwalk and are hired to showcase a designer’s clothing line. Due to the precise sizes of the designer’s clothing, runway models are often a certain height and size. If you are at least over 5’9 then this type of modeling could be for you.

 

Swimsuit & Lingerie Model

These models specialise in showing off either swimsuits or lingerie. This model type is usually someone a bit more voluptuous and curvy. These models also tend to model sleepwear, summer wear, and other forms of undergarments.

 

Commercial Model

Commercial Models are not restricted by age, height, or size. Therefore, this modeling type is the most open to diverse and new talent. Commercial models advertise a wide range of products in catalogs, campaigns, and commercials.

Related: Making Connections That Last in the Industry

 

Fitness Model

These models tend to be the most fit, toned, and athletically built. This of course makes sense as these models are tasked with wearing fitness attire. Fitness models are also found in commercials that involve demonstrating fitness routines.

 

Fit Model

A fit model is a model who works behind the scenes and helps fashion houses get the sizing and fit right before the garment is sent off to be manufactured. Fit models are a diverse group in terms of body shape since there’s a need for fit models to represent every size a garment comes in.

 

Promotional Model

This type of model books jobs that help sell or promote a certain commodity. Promotional models are often found at trade shows and other live events. As a whole, these models must be personable, outgoing, and have a strong knowledge of the product they are representing.

 

Glamour Model

Glamour modeling is centered on appearance, including facial beauty and body shape. These models are usually curvier than editorial models and often book swimsuit and lingerie photoshoots. Glamour models tend to pose more suggestively than typical editorial or commercial models.

Print Model, Catalog, Posture, Banners 

Print models are often found in magazines, billboards, campaigns, booklets, flyers, and posters. These models usually have clear skin and a nice smile. While some of these models are selling a product, others are simply photographed based on the needs of the client.

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What is Modeling Agency and what it does?

  1. A model agency is a company that represents a models. They are in contact with clients and industry professionals and try to match a model to each industry’s needs. The model agency promotes models on their books, website, social media and aims to find regular, suitable work for them. They run on a commission basis (taking a percentage of the model’s earnings) and will organise the model’s pay, contracts and any other details.

  2. Modelling agencies presents fashion models to work for the fashion industry, film industry, modelling industry. The top agencies work with big-budget advertising agencies and fashion designers. They invest money into developing their talent so they can increase their status within the industry. These top agencies will help train models, get test shoots, layout portfolios, and put together composition photo cards and other printed materials models need.

  3. Modelling agencies find work for models by presenting them to designers, photographers, and ad agencies. The agencies are also responsible for booking the jobs, billing for the jobs, and eventually paying the models for their time. By handling the details, an agency allows a model to focus on modeling and personal development. Modeling agencies help satisfy the needs of many different kinds of clients, including print, fashion shows, television and live demonstrations. Modeling agencies scout for new talent, counsel models to increase their marketability and promote models to clients.

  4. Most modelling agencies sign talent to exclusive contracts in each market, which vary in length based on the model's industry status and experience. However, because a good agency finds their models work and negotiates top price for their talent, they earn a management commission between 10% to 20% from every job they book on a model's behalf. An agency usually bills a client an additional 20% service charge for booking the model, so a typical agency will make between 10-20% on each booking of which no more than 10% comes out of the model's pocket.

  5. Contracts on non-exclusive basis where mother agency tries to sign you with larger agencies in each international market, while non-exclusive agencies allow you to sign with other agencies usually outside a certain city radius. Contracts typically last from a year to three years. A mother agency agreement can range from five to ten years.

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Best Tips for New Influencers and Models

  1. Eating: Diet Plan, Not more than 1200 calories / day, Zero wheat carb, Protein, Vegetables, Fish oils.

  2. Drinking: No Sugar, Less Alcohol, More Water, Coffee with no sugar, green tea, red wine, tamarind juice. 

  3. Fitness​: Good regular fitness training Program 5 days / week for minimum 50 minutes.

  4. Portfolio Book: Make a good portfolio, microsite, online page, PDF Printable.

  5. Social Media: Personal branding, if not self then hire freelancers for social media to get and maintain your popularity.

  6. Practice Modeling Poses and Expressions

  7. Modeling Agency: You cannot be model without a good modeling agency, so this is vital for your career.

  8. PR Agency: Once you are a successful model you must hire a good PR Agency to handle your schedules and Projects.

  9. Fee Negotiation: Be positive, must have industry trend knowledge, and most effective bench-marking to compare.

  10. Positive attitude, good industry relationship network.

How to handle auditions and open calls?

Modelling agencies will require new faces on a regular basis. The number of models in an agency depends on the demand brought in by its agents and changes throughout the year. To this end, modeling agencies advertise in local online directories, social media, or phone directory in order to remain visible.

 

Each new model-screening process is different from one agency to the next:

1. A casting call is where models show up by appointment to be considered for a specific job.
2. An open call is a time specified by an agency for any prospective models (or those interested in becoming models) to show up and be considered for future work.
3. A go-see is an appointment for a model to meet with a client for consideration for future work; like an open call, it is not for a specific job, but unlike an open call, the model is being specifically requested or sent.
4. A dry call is where models mail unsolicited comp cards to an agency. While this may work with smaller agencies, larger agencies host open calls where men and women can come into the agency and get seen by agents who may or may not be interested.

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Benefits of ZJELL Marketing Agency

Why you need a professional genuine Modeling Agency to help you in your modelling career?

A model can choose to go freelance and represent self, however it is usually in the model’s best interest to get signed. This is because they are far more likely to get work through an agency. It will also save them a lot of time as the agency will find work for the model, rather than the model having to find work for self.

The term ‘signed’ refers to the process in which a model agency accepts a model onto their books. A model is either “scouted” (picked by an agency worker) or the model applies to the agency self. They will have to attend an interview known as a casting call.

Protection And Safety

The agency will screen through potential employers and make sure they have selected the right one for you. They can filter out only the best to make sure to weed out unscrupulous elements. They also have a host of clients and can refer you to the right client based on your interests and requirements. They can help in ensuring that you have better working conditions.

Right Fee Negotiation and Fair Market Value

ZJELL Modelling agency can help in negotiating a fair amount of fees for your job. A new model might not be aware of the market conditions and might not receive what they deserve. The compensation can be negotiated on the type of work which might vary on the basis of catwalk models, print models. They can also prevent misunderstandings between models and companies in case of extended contracts.

Personal Branding and Career Development

Developing a models career can have a positive impact on the agencies reputation. Therefore ZJELL Agency will lay emphasis on developing and grooming a candidate who can create an impact in the world of modelling. The agency lay emphasis on choosing the right clients who have the potential to provide the client with long term employment. They can also help the model in choosing the right type of projects that can help develop their brand value. The ZJELL Agency can help the models develop their brand value by creating image on social media etc.

Public Relations and Trust

Major designers and print agencies approach reputable modelling agencies to find models, hence it helps to be associated with an agency. ZJELL Agency have built trust in the minds of potential employers.