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International model search hitting town in April

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DO you dream of strutting your stuff and doing a little turn on the catwalk?

Put your best foot forward, because scouts from the world’s largest modelling network are coming to town next month to discover some "New Faces" models — who may just become the supermodels of tomorrow.

Winnipeg-based model and talent agency Panache Management has teamed up with The Network Talent to launch the 2012 International Model & Talent Search, which takes place April 20 and 21 at Portage Place Shopping Centre.

The contest is open to females 12 to 22 years of age and males 16 to 25. Deadline to enter is April 3. No experience is necessary and entry fee is $25. Applications are available at Portage Place and Panache Management (897 Corydon Ave.).

Twenty-five finalists will be selected to participate in two weeks of model training, fittings, rehearsals, photo shoots and hair and makeup sessions to prepare for the Spring Launch Fashion Shows, which will be part of the April 20-21 event.

This year’s model search will be held in support of Rossbrook House, a safe home for children in Winnipeg’s inner city.

For contest rules and more information, go to www.panachemanagement.com

 

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