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When modeling agencies look for new models to sign, they first check for a very specific set of physical criteria. Your looks are definitely the first thing agents evaluate; after all, your face and body are the backdrops for whatever fashion products a potential client is trying to sell. You're the vehicle that carries the product from idea to sale—a way for a potential consumer to imagine herself wearing it.
First and foremost, models typically need to meet the height requirements (women 5'8 - 5'11 and men 5'11 - 6'3), for the most part, women who are slimmer than average are most in demand. Again, we're talking about mainstream here, not niche models such as petite or curve model.
This is one reason that the modeling industry gets such a bad rap: Detractors say the call for thin models promotes an unhealthy, unrealistic body image. While this might be a valid criticism, the fashion industry’s love affair with skinny girls is not part of a conspiracy against average-sized bodies. It's important to remember that a model's job is to sell what she's wearing. Clothes hang better on a lean body and let the fashion itself take focus.
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