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Miromoda model call 2018

Miromoda model call 2018

What: Miromoda Model Call 2018

When: Saturday 9 June, 1pm – 3pm

Where: Dance Plus Performance Studio & Talent Management, 11 Hartham Place, Porirua City Centre

Miromoda is back!

The spectacular runway show will return to Porirua for a third consecutive year at the end of June and once again there’s an opportunity for local talent to walk the runway as models.

A model call is being held in Porirua this Saturday, for male and female models aged 16-30.

No previous modelling experience is needed so this is a great opportunity for our young people to get a break in the fashion industry.

If selected for the show the models will walk the runway at Miromoda at Pātaka Art + Museum on 30 June, wearing latest collections from New Zealand’s most talented Māori fashion designers.

There’s also an amazing opportunity for two lucky models to go even further and take part in this year’s New Zealand Fashion Week.

Media is welcome at the model call, where New Zealand’s next top model could be discovered.

For more information check the event details on poriruacity.govt.nz

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