Wanted: Curvy aspiring models for Fresh Faces modeling contest!

Most of you already know about our Fresh Faces modeling contest, for aspiring models to be discovered by the world’s top model agenciesFresh Faces is the best way to get exposure and meet modeling industry professionals. If you get selected to be one of the finalists, you will be invited to take part in the Fresh Faces World Finals in Barcelona and represent your country! On top of that, the winners of this edition will also have the opportunity to become the face of ModelManagement.com and to win a modeling contract with a top model agency!! Cool stuff right? Well, if you think that’s huge, you should know that we made Fresh Faces even more special this year.


Previous Fresh Faces Finalists

We all noticed the rise of beautiful Curvy Models. They are getting more and more importance in the media (finally), and are definitely more representative of what women want to see in magazines. This new type modeling however still needs to grow and launching a career is still a struggle for curvy models out there.


Vogue Italia celebrating curves

Well.. Thanks to Fresh Faces Curvy Edition in association with  Francina Models, curvy models from around the world finally have the chance of being discovered! So, if you’re a curvy model and can’t wait to show your modeling potential to the world, apply to Fresh Faces Curvy Edition for your chances of winning a contract with Francina Models and launch your professional modeling career!


Apply to Fresh Faces Curvy Edition!

Francina Models represents, top curvy models of the caliber of Robyn Lawley – the first australian curvy model to ever be featured on a Vogue cover. Don’t miss this chance and apply now if you’ve got what it takes!


Robyn Lawley for Cosmopolitan Australia

FRESH FACES CURVY EDITION in association with Francina Models

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