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Sunset Series

November 12, 2015

Sunset Series By Carlo Parducho

Shot by LA based commercial photographer at The Grafton on Sunset (Sunset Boulevard).

Thankfully the weather is pretty much always Sunny in Los Angeles so shooting in October was never going to be a worry.

It was a pleasure to shoot with Carlo; he is fun, creative, easy going and professional! I am already looking forward to shooting with him again soon… HEY any excuse to get back to LA 😛

I try to be as versatile as possible so the images are slightly different to some of my previous shoots.

Check out his website: http://www.carloparducho.net

Sunset Series; The Grafton on Sunset: http://www.graftononsunset.com

Hair: Minimal Styling by Me.               Colour: Warm brown/blonde balayage        
Makeup: Minimal with Mac Rivera Life Lipgloss.
Royal Blue Dress: Amarni Exchange
Dark Blue Maxi Dress: Club L

Chloe xXx

Events, Fashion, Latest Post, Modelling, Style Diary

LCF fashion Show 15 Designer: Edda Grimes

July 15, 2015

London College of Fashion (LCF) Fashion Show 15

Here are a few behind the scenes shots of me modelling for Edda Grimes at the LCF Fashion Show 11/07/15

 

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Text taken from: http://1ndependent15.co.uk/designers/womenswear/trompe-loeil-reborn/

Edda Gimnes’s illustrated monochromatic outfits, proved a punchy statement as models transformed into real life 3D fashion illustrations by manifesting a hand drawn 2D effect that surely left us wanting for more.

Using mainly a white canvas as the backdrop to her approach, thick black ‘pen lines’ stood out for all the right reasons amongst the overlooking crowd.

The work felt almost surreal as models who resembled moving imagery caught your eye at halt, details such as gloves, headwear and eyewear were all incorporated within the dress and suit designs.

 

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Model Vicky from Body London, Isabella and I from GTM Models with the Designer Edda Grimes

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This was my ‘first look’ of the day and I thoroughly enjoyed rocking this awesome outfit. I felt like a 3D re-vamped Audrey Hepburn. I thought the accessories i.e. hats, sunnies and gloves were a fab finishing statement and completed the look perfectly.

 

Agency GTM Models: www.gtmmodels.com

Book me here: http://www.gtmmodels.com/commercial-women/#/chloeo/

Chloe xXx

Events, Latest Post

GTM Models, TUMI and Mr Nico Rosberg

July 2, 2015

An evening with GTM Models, TUMI and Mr Nico Rosberg

Last night I was invited by my agency; GTM Models to attend the TUMI – VIP event. It was hosted at the TUMI Flagship Store, 211-213 Regent Street

Tumi, A Global travel lifestyle brand played host to the VIP event to celebrate its partnership with Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One team. 

Founded in 1975, TUMI takes its name from a Peruvian icon known to its founder from his Peace Corps days in South America. During the 1980’s, TUMI’s innovative introduction of soft, ultra-functional, black-on-black ballistic nylon travel bags catapulted the company to its current leadership position.

Visit the official TUMI website here: http://uk.tumi.com

I was lucky enough to meet German F1 star and racing driver Nico Rosberg so I had several snaps, including a fun selfie with him. He is 5’10 and quite cute in the flesh!

I follow formula 1 myself as this is a sport I am particularly interested in. It was great to meet Nico in person and I even got the chance to speak a little German with him (I am currently learning).

Nico was very accommodating and friendly. He spoke about the up coming race this weekend at Silverstone in Great Britain and has high hopes of beating Lewis Hamilton; his Mercedes Benz team mate. Lets see how things play out this weekend…

I also got behind the wheel of the F1 simulator which was in the store ready to play with and I came out with an impressive score… much to the misery of all the guys I managed to beat 🙂

What we ate: goats cheese apricot on rye bread, goats cheese and raisin pastry, caramel chocolate tarts, chocolate eclairs, 

What we drank: lots of Champagne and pink mojitos!

Goodie bag GOSS: I was given a Tumi rechargeable battery pack

Keep an eye on Nico this weekend in the British F1 race at Silverstone.

To book myself or any of the ‘HOT’ girls from GTM Models: www.gtmmodels.com

Book me here: http://www.gtmmodels.com/commercial-women/#/chloeo/

Chloe xXx

Latest Post, Modelling

Spot A Fake Model Agency

June 22, 2015

Who should you trust?…
How to spot a fake model agency

Having been contacted numerous times by so called and emailed by model agents, in the U.K and oversees, I am extremely wary of the growth and intelligence of this (well organised) industry. BE AWARE!

I would like to keep young adults (particularly women) aware of fake model agencies and show you how to avoid rogue model counts and agents. 
There are many model agencies that take on girls as young as 14 years old, therefore it is extremely important to be cautious. Even the well experiences and well travelled models can be affected or targeted. There are a number of background checks you can undertake when being contacted by a model scout

How to spot a FAKE Model Agency:

  1. Ask questions. A good, legitimate agency should have no problem providing you with detailed answers about their company and should gladly offer references if needed. If the person with whom you are speaking is hesistant to reveal information or is very eager to have you sign a contract and pay upfront fees, chances are you’re dealing with a scam. Stay away from agencies who aggressively advertise in the newspaper, free local magazines or on the radio. Well-known, reputable agencies don’t need to advertise.
  2. Find out if the agency signs talent for free or if they charge upfront fees. A modeling agency that requires you to pay fees for representation before you get any work is not legitimate. Most agencies should explain on their website that they don’t charge any fees and will only take a percentage of what you are paid when you get work. If an agency requires you to send money or pay for a professional photographer to develop your portfolio before you sign with them, then they’re probably not legit.
  3. Note if the agency lists clients they’ve represented and the types of jobs they book for their models. Look through the agency’s roster of models and examine the quality of work they’ve done.
  4. Legitimate modeling agencies operate during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 9 to 5. If a modeling agency wants you to meet in the evening or on the weekend, it’s probably not a safe bet. Look for the agency’s business license when you visit. If it is in plain view, then it’s a legitimate modeling agency. Note whether they display high-quality photographs of their models. If you see photos that look cheesy or look scanned or photocopied, then you’ve probably stumbled on a fake.
  5. Be wary of an agency that pushes you to pay for services such as classes and photoshoots. Real agencies provide these services to their models for free.
  6. Review all contracts and paperwork carefully. Legitimate agencies only take money from their clients on commission. At the time of publication, they usually take about 20 percent from the jobs you book

Source : http://www.ehow.com/how_2223034_spot-fake-modeling-agency.html

P.S – Always check the email address you have received an email from. If it looks legitimate, click ‘reply’ and make sure the domain details are still the same as the agency. If you are contacted by someone claiming to be from a model agency, feel free to email our team here on management@chloeothen.com and we’ll contact the agency on your behalf to report the abuse.

Be safe…

Chloé xXx

Events, Fashion, Latest Post, Modelling

LFW14 Basharatyan V SS15

September 16, 2014
Basharatyan

BASHARATYAN V is a newly launched label by the talented, young fashion designer, Veronica Basharatyan.

http://www.basharatyanv.com

I was honoured to have been chosen as one of the models to walk in the Basharatyan LFW14 SS15 show.

Backstage was relatively relaxed, well organised and warm. The design team, hair and make-up artists were hardworking, focused and friendly..

The SS15 Collection showcased Suits & Stilettos, Coffee Bean inspired designs, Chiffon Delicates, Sweetheart Necklines, Ruby Red and Sparkly Gowns and Mafia Chick Outfits. The Collection has elegant and feminine pieces you can wear in the day but also jazz up in the evening.

The Show was packed out and plenty of photographers were bunched together at the end of the runway aiming to get that perfect shot. The scent of freshly grounded coffee filled the room as the first two models walked out in old school italian pinstripe suits clutching espresso cups.

My favourite outfit had to be a dazzling chiffon golden and dark coffee inspired gown that skimmed the floor beautifully on the runway. Any woman who wears this dress would have the world at her feet. Every man and woman would stop, stare and admire from all distances.

The makeup consisted of black flicks, nude smackers and popping cheekbones whilst the hair was a dreamy but retro Sophia Loren Bob.

The Basaharatyan woman is effortlessly cool, stylish but fierce.

Spot me on Vogue.co.uk here – http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/spring-summer-2015/ready-to-wear/basharatyan-v

Direct link to my favourite outfit – http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/spring-summer-2015/ready-to-wear/basharatyan-v/full-length-photos/gallery/1246283

 

Chloé xXx