07-07-2003, 05:34 PM #111
I'll be sold if the winner is legitimately working as a model. That is demanding and impressive enough. Doesn't have to be "top," whatever that means.
07-07-2003, 05:40 PM #112
ok...you are probably right, especially since it is the first one...I just have high expectations though, and some others(critics) need to be like proven wrong...
07-07-2003, 05:47 PM #113
It is a high expectation to be doing high fashion/runway in NYC. The numbers of agency-represented folks that can make a living doing it are astonishingly low compared to the numbers of folks that want to or give it a go.
07-07-2003, 05:58 PM #114
ok...that is true...it is amazing how people aspire to be model and get out because they don't have the connections, or they just lose the focus
07-07-2003, 06:02 PM #115
Most don't make it because they simply don't have the look. Of those that do, it requires making it your top priority and showing it a dedication on par with the efforts you'd give grad or technical school. More so, in fact, because you are learning and working at the same time--all compacted into your five year window.
07-07-2003, 06:13 PM #116
ok..which is probably why they want young women(preferably teens to do it) to it...that makes since....
07-07-2003, 06:21 PM #117
Sure but that's not to say you're out of a job in your mid- to late-20s. Janice has been saying too old to start, not that you'll get kicked out once you reach that age. If you're delivering and in-demand, you're staying.
07-08-2003, 12:05 AM #118
just let go...
Elyse as a actress...
I personally think Elyse would make a great actress. Clear voice. A personality that shines through.
07-08-2003, 12:32 AM #119
It doesn't seem like Parisian clients would be affected by the tv show either way since ANTM isn't international. Elyse would have to start out as a completely fresh face though, being relatively obscure in France.
Some clients will steer clear of the reality tv show notariety that accompies the winner. Others might devour it because it means guaranteed press.
She obviously will not be donning Victoria's Secret angel wings anytime soon. She belongs in the fashion shows where there's none of that intentional attitude and sexy hip swaying. Just walking straight ahead, expressionless, as the coathanger, like she does already. That's my impression of Parisian fashion shows, as opposed to the ones in the United States.
24 hours left...
07-08-2003, 01:13 AM #120
Marilyn Gauthier's agency representing her, eh? After the winner is announced I'll see if I can dig up that info. However, I'm sure word of her background would spread like hot brie on a baguette.
Originally Posted by Boohoo102
Actually, the Paris shows require the girls to be just as glammy and spectacular as the other majors. Here's but a few links to convince you.
Just walking straight ahead, expressionless, as the coathanger, like she does already. That's my impression of Parisian fashion shows, as opposed to the ones in the United States.
(Note attitude and hip swaying)
http://www.hindustantimes.com/2003/A...00200040,0.htm (slow to load but worth it)
There are those zombie-type shows but we have those in the States as well.
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