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Get into Fashion: Search on to crown Havering’s next top model

PUBLISHED: 18:00 23 August 2013

Jordan Robinson was one of last year's winners

Jordan Robinson was one of last year's winners

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Your first chance to be scouted in the Get into Fashion model search competition at the Mercury Mall starts tomorrow.

Official model-seekers will be in the Romford shopping centre between 11am and 4pm looking for the faces of the future.

Simply cut out the entry form, which will be printed exclusively in today’s Romford Recorder, fill it in and head to the second floor in the Mall where you can have a test shot taken - you never know where it could lead.

The competition, supported by the Recorder, is free to enter and there are categories for four those aged four years old and upwards, inluding plus sizes and the over 30s.

There are some amazing prizes on offer which include a year’s model placement for one boy or girl between aged fpor and 15 with top agency Truly Scrumptious Child Modelling Agency.

Last year’s winner Jordan Robinson was taken on by the agency and has appeared in a campaign for Clarks and been on castings for Boden and Disney.

POSE photographic will be offering each winner a portfolio shoot with one of their professional photographers inclusive of a cd of images. The winners will also receive a share of £700 of gift vouchers to spend at the Mall.

The most popular and promising contestants from each scouting day will be invited to attend a casting session in Mercury Mall.

At the casting, male and female finalists across all the categories will be chosen for to create a model team who will take part in two days of fashion shows at the Mall.

The finalists will also take part in a professional photoshoot modelling the new Season’s styles available from stores at Mercury Mall.

If you cannot make this Saturday’s scouting day, the team will be back in the shopping centre between 11am and 4pm on Saturday August 31 and September 7.


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