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What Really Happens At A Fashion Week Model Casting

Over the course of two days, about 300 to 400 models walked through the doors of the BCBG showroom to try and get cast in the BCBGMAXAZRIA and the Hervé Léger‎ runway shows.

Picture this: 5-foot-forever models filing in and out of a bright white space, almost exclusively dressed in black clothing, waiting (sometimes for a couple of hours) for their 30 seconds with the casting directors. Once they arrive, they check in, take a seat and promptly change out of their flat shoes and into their sky-high heels (not a single model showed up in stilettos).

The models were then called in groups of five to line up and wait to go into the casting room. Two of the most sought after casting directors in the industry, Maida Gregori-Boina and Rami Fernandes, sat at the head of the table and watched as the models walked back and forth as if strutting down a runway, occasionally stopping models who piqued their interest to take photos.

So, what are casting directors looking for when they are selecting a mere 30-40 girls out of the 400 that stop by? ‘She needs to have a nice body, a nice neck and good ankles,’ Gregori-Boina told us. ‘I look for a girl who looks smart, who looks interested in what we are doing and has personality.’ This ‘personality’ can be gauged by the subtle expressions in models’ eyes, rather than blank stares, Gregori-Boina noted.

Though the casting directors have a tough job, choosing only a few models when hundreds of beautiful ones walk through the door, the models are also in the hot seat. We chatted with a few of the beautiful faces at the casting to find out how they prepare for Fashion Week and how they get that model glow.

Herieth Paul


On how many castings she goes to during NYFW: ‘During fashion week you go on, it depends. Sometimes it’s like 15 a day, sometimes it’s like five a day. It depends on how many people want to see you in that day. So on a normal day it’s eight on average’

Valery Kaufman


On what it’s like getting started as a model: ‘It was madness for my first seasons. But now that I know everybody, I’m doing really specific castings with people who want to see me again, so it’s become easier but busier.’

On her go-to beauty product during Fashion Week: ‘I really love Christian Dior lip balm and Givenchy mascara.’

Zen Sevastyanova


On how she prepares for a casting: ‘I do a little bit of stretching, you have a glass of water with lemon to clear out your system. You have a hot shower, you put a serum in your hair, you put on a good moisturizer, you put on a good primer and you put on a little bit of concealer and a little bit of blush. You don’t want to put on too much makeup. You brush your eyebrows. You do a little face yoga to stretch your muscles and wake you up. And you have breakfast and you walk out the door. Maybe have a little green tea.’

On what she wears to castings: ‘I try to avoid wearing all black because it tends to be what everyone goes to. Even though you have to showcase your body and not be very loud, your style cannot distract the client from your beauty or your appearance, I think it’s important to show your personality or else it ends up being a sea of people just dressed in black.’

Steffi


On her favorite part about being a model: ‘Every day is different. But that’s also the hardest part about it. It’s nice but it’s also really worth it.’

On whether she prefers New York fashion week or the shows in Europe: ‘Paris is my favorite. Or maybe I like New York because everyone has a lot of energy.’

All photographs by Raydene Salinas/HPMG.Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest and Instagram at @HuffPostStyle.

Check out more behind-the-scenes photos from the casting:

III.-Notes on Continental geology and Pal\u00e6ontology

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Thomas Davidson

Having in my last communication presented the most recent views entertained by M. Coquand, I now proceed to mention those held by Monsieur Hébert, a most experienced observer, who has made the ‘Cretaceous system’ a subject of particulat study. M. Hébert considers that M. Coquand has sepatated the period into too many definite divisions (étages), and in two papers published in the Bullettin of the Geological Society of France (Vol. 16 and 20, 2nd series), his views upon that topic have been fully recorded. He had not, however, drawn up any complete scheme of classification, but this he has now kindly done at my request. (See Table of Classification.)

Going Barefoot at Work: Yay or Nay? Let’s Discuss.

August 15, 2013

Once upon a time-this is a true story-I worked in an office with someone who took his shoes off as soon as he got in every morning. He’d spend the entire day padding around barefoot on our office’s hardwood floors and propping his feet up on desks and chairs. For some reason, I found his behavior incredibly disconcerting and weirdly unprofessional-but I didn’t know if I was just being a foot-prude, so I never said anything.

As it turns out, I’m not the only one who finds going barefoot at the office totally strange. According to a recently released survey, ‘more than 40 percent of people feel offended when colleagues take their shoes off at work.’ (Which, I guess, means the other 60 percent are OK with it?)

Fast Company analyzed the burgeoning barefoot trend today-citing prominent professionals and politicians who, in fact, prefer the au naturel feeling of foot on ground. Like the U.K.’s Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who told the BBC that during the recent heat wave, he coped with soaring temperatures by unsheathing his tootsies.

‘If they’re in their offices working hard, as they do, I’m very keen that they shouldn’t overheat,’ Clegg said about his staff and summer dress code. ‘I was padding around in my office without my shoes on yesterday, but obviously in public events when I have to respect the dignity of the office I put my shoes back on.’

Is a heat wave really a good enough reason for everyone to take their shoes off in the office?

At Amanda Levete Architects, employees are instructed to leave their shoes at the door-‘It keeps the carpet clean,’ Levete told The Guardian. ‘Also it’s a great leveller, and it’s relaxing: you can put your feet on the sofas.’ The reporter who visited also noted that office was ‘incredibly quiet’-no tap-tap-tapping of stilettos.

What do you think? Do you work in an office where going barefoot is acceptable? How do you feel about it? Do you remember that episode of Sex and the City where Carrie loses her shoes? So many things to consider. Share your thoughts with me in the comments, below! I’m not the only one who thinks this is weird, am I?

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