Pulse & Pride Partner on CFW Model Search 2016
This year the UK’s number one glossy for women of colour has teamed up with Pulse, the Caribbean’s leading model agency and the main source of globally recognised supermodels from the region for the past 35 years, to search for a new face.
Pulse & Pride’s model search is looking for a new model to make her debut at Caribbean Fashion Week 2016 in Jamaica this June.
The powerhouse behind some of the fashion industry’s major players, Pulse has been instrumental in the launch of international models. Notable faces include, three time Vogue cover model and L’Oréal cosmetics and Jimmy Choo campaign star Jeneil Williams and the most recent Pulse model search winners Francine James and Alicia Burke. Both have had meteoric rises in their relatively short careers, becoming the latest in a long tradition of Pulse internationals to become Vogue models and cover girls.
Caribbean Fashion week runs from June 12-20, the winner of this year’s annual Pulse & Pride CFW Model Search 2016 will be accommodated for 4 nights at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston, with judging taking place at the Pride Magazine offices in May. So if you think you’ve got what it takes to be Pulse and Pride’s next international superstar and are 5ft8 and above aged 18-25, send through a picture, your statistics, additional details, occupation and why you think you should be the Face of CFW 2016.
Competition entries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org