I think it is important, especially as a female in the industry, to have a solid foundation in an educational institution of some sort, before and/or during your career in the modelling industry. Although I am very ‘baby‘ (new) to the industry, it has been a very dense and packed year and I have seen and learned a lot from personal mistakes and advice from those who are more experienced. It doesn’t matter if you stumbled on a 10,000 ASOS campaign contract yesterday, because tomorrow you might be back to those free editorials that we all seem to hate (but give us …Yes, that annoying word, “exposure“).
The future is always uncertain, which is just as good as it is bad; I am a real-optimistic. That is, being optimistic but realistic at the same time. Always going for the ‘unreachable‘ goals but at the same time making sure that one foot is in and the other is out. And for me, I have learned it’s the safest thing to do! Of course I’ve met models who left school very young and became super models after a blink of the eye. And through faith that is very possible, but not everyone will have the same destiny. And the only way to find out is to try, try again.. And to try different things. So while I am finding mine, I will do nothing but continue to be real-optimistic.
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