SHOWROOM MODELING JOB REQUIREMENTS
There are no stringent physical requirements for showroom modeling jobs. It all depends on the client and the product a showroom model must showcase.
- As for most in-person promotional modeling jobs, most clients want showroom models who are between the size of 2-6 and are 5'2 to 5'7 tall, in proportion to their size.
- Showroom models must have a great smile and be very outgoing since they will be showcasing products, clothes and services to potential clients.
- Some showroom modeling jobs may require the showroom models to be knowledgeable of the products, clothes, and services they are showcasing.
- Some showroom modeling jobs may require the showroom models to speak a certain language or languages fluently to cater to potential clients.
SHOWROOM MODELING AGENCIES
Since showroom modeling jobs can be for any type of product, clothing, or services, modeling agencies look for showroom models of all size, age, and background. Modeling agencies work with their clients to find models best fitted for each particular showroom modeling job. Sometimes, clients, retailers, and fashion designers already know have specific requirements for the showroom modeling job, but other times, the modeling agencies send out showroom models they pick themselves for the modeling auditions.
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Showroom models need to look as good in person as they do in photographs. During the photo shoot, showroom models should be photographed next to particular products they can pretend to be showcasing. Showroom modeling jobs require that the showroom models look good next to the product and sell them.
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SHOWROOM MODELING PORTFOLIOS& COMP CARDS
A showroom model's portfolio and comp cards should include a variety of photos, styles, and poses next to products they might be showcasing at different showroom modeling jobs. However, showroom models must also look good in person as in their modeling portfolios and comp cards because they will be showcasing products and services in person for a certain period of time. Read more on modeling portfolios and comp cards >