Models don't sell the products - they make consumers want to buy it by making it look good. It can be anything from a photographer's services, to clothes, make-up, shoes, accessories etc. What does that have to do with anything? That's the job description. Sounds easy but I can guarantee you it is very cut-throat...if you don't make a product look good, it doesn't sell and you don't get the job in the future.(Original post by Simplicity)
I didn't imply anything. On purpose, what purpose do models do, except sell clothes made by children in some sweat shop in India?
You are starting to sound like the OP. You must lead a very busy life. Busier, than the ugly people in this thread.
I don't think modelling is any different to other careers. Their are pre-requisites to being a model (ie over 5'9 99% of the time, in proportion, good hair and skin, photogenic), and these may seem a bit harsh, but that's industry standard in the same way some careers ask for a degree of a particular type/standard.
And yes, well done, I do lead an incredibly busy life. Not all of it through modelling, but busy nonetheless.
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- 18-12-2010 13:04
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(Original post by Gabbycat_Almighty)
- 21-12-2010 15:23
I think that its really annoying when you end sentences that aren't questions with a question mark? And it makes people read it as if you do that annoying thing where you pronounce every sentence with a slightly raised intonation at the end of the sentence?
On another note though, people need to chill out with the whole model-bashing thing. Its a little bit ridiculous; I bet most of the guys who are commenting along the lines of "hurrr durrr models are dumb and shallow" would still jump at the chance to sleep with/get with a lass who has model-like good looks.
- 21-12-2010 19:01