Guide for New Faces

Being signed by an agency and starting out in the fashion industry is really exciting for many new models. Although it’s exciting, many models may also feel overwhelmed because they are unfamiliar with the business and how it works.

We at The Business Model have developed this guide to help new models get acquainted with the industry. Although the fashion industry is showcased as being glamorous and fun, there’s a lot of hard work that goes into becoming a successful, working model. Since the business is always changing and unpredictable, it’s important to prepare yourself for these changes as best as you can. The guide will help new faces develop a better understanding of the modelling world and what to expect. 

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TBM Holiday Gift Guide 2013

Not sure what to get your model friend or loved one this holiday season? We're here to help make deciding on the perfect gift a little bit easier. Flip through our 2013 Holiday Gift Guide for a list of ideas we know they'll love!

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Introductory Guide to Personal Finances

By Natalia Zurowski

Let's say you go on a contract to Tokyo for two months (60 days), you work well, and end up leaving with $10,000USD (NET) in your pocket. As many young people tend to do, they spend a lot of it right away on clothes, gadgets, vacations, and leave whatever is left to sit in their chequing account. Although many models start young, it's never too early to start saving up for a bright future.

When you're finished a contract and have earned money, you may think to yourself, “I've earned more than I could imagine and I should make the most of it but I don't know where to start. What should I do after a rewarding, profitable, and overall successful trip?”

The first five things you should ask yourself are the following:

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