Say, I a model went from Vlada's size to Palvin's size, what would an agency do or say? Just wondering.
I see that nobody replied! I'll be first..Say, I a model went from Vlada's size to Palvin's size, what would an agency do or say? Just wondering.
^ Agreed!I see that nobody replied! I'll be first..
IMO it REALLY depends.. on WHO you are, the relationship you have with your agency, and the circumstances. I'll tag others to the thread
I've seen bookers give girls a time frame in which to lose it (ie quickly). I've seen girls told to leave.
Everyone is replaceable. There are a thousand girls ready to take your place.
^ specially when thousands of other girls are willing to do ANYTHING to be a model, it's a very tough industry and if you're not cut out for it, they'll just find another one, it's not like designers are going to go through all the trouble to make bigger clothing just for one model you know?
Well, it doesn't happen over night, does it? So I think the agency will intervene as soon as it starts to show. And if it influences her career negatively and she doesn't change anything about it I don't see why they should keep her around. Like Agytha said, there are thousands eagerly waiting for your job!
All of this!I'm nowhere near fashion industry (except when shopping ), but it is a job like any other. If you meet the requirements, you are working. If not, you are out of the door.