Insta - https://www.instagram.com/zacandjay/
Jamie - https://www.instagram.com/jamie_rawsthorne/
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Model in the thumbnail: https://www.instagram.com/phoebebutterworth/
Cinematic - https://soundcloud.com/kota-dosa/x-4-5
outro - https://soundcloud.com/chipsmakesbeats/hood-antics-chips-remix
We created a fake model and got him to the top of london fashion week 2019. His name is Max Fosh and welcome to streetsmart. This year for Womens London Fashion week 2019 we decided to turn our unfashionable friend into the hottest model that nobody had heard of. Lets see how skin deep the world of fashion really is.
Normal men??? Seriously??? He make it because he have face and body like a model. Try to do the same with person that have normal or ugly face and shirt fat body and your not going to get even through the paparazzi.
I get the joke but at the same time:
1) you actually spent time to conceive an outfit with an idea in mind
2) you used different pieces, accessories, materials, and ideas and blended them together and designed original clothes/outfit
3) considering everyone participating in the video gets a portion of the ad revenue, you hired professional photographers to follow him around
4) you paid someone to create a backstory and persona for him and paid someone to do PR/marketing with other photographers
and consider that "runway fashion" is prototype fashion (no one expects people to start wearing a tent or an inflatable raft, the idea is just as a visual pallet cleanser or thought provoker for the audience) I think you put in a lot of effort and received the attention you deserved from it.
So the world of fashion isn't as strange as you think! That's the strange part
I did this same thing with my girlfriends (pretended to be high fashion models from NYC) when we were teenagers so we could get into hottest LA night clubs, no ID check, VIP everything!! lmao good times!
Ok, so you'll need some people who are good at marketing, *outdoor* portrait photography, (photo) editing and some other stuff.
Some of you photos look good, while some look less professional (basic instagram filters, etc.). If you could replace those with some new high quality stuff, that would be great plus!
The next thing would be your *image* and things like instagram feed, where your whole feed or a row, follows a certain style/ mood. Photos with a nice edit/ modern professional look aka *Color Gading* is a must, btw if you'd ask me. In practice that could be a certain color palette, lighting setup, anything. Look at other peoples works to get some inspiration.
Also important to know: Not every good photographer is necessarily also good at editing as well and vice versa.
About contacts: Build your own network of connections. With every place you work at you get to know new people. Go to events and meetups that interest you (photography for example). Expand your circles and you'll find people that will help you show the world the potential you have :^)
What helped me a lot recently was using Twitter. Not just to post my works, but using it to interact with people, commenting, retweeting that fit my style. There are also a lot of posts/threads that are there for promotion. I've seen many for visual artists, people who craft things and musicians/producers. After a while I've noticed some reappearing people and that there is something like an invisible network/ group of each subject aka communities.
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