The style of a sleeve, where a continuous piece of fabric continues to the neck with no shoulder seam.
Another name for the runway used in fashion shows.
The amount decided between a model/agency and a client for the time a model spends. Rates may be based on any number of factors and conditions.
|Release (noun) :||
A form that is signed following the completion of a booking or photoshoot. The model signs this to allow the client the use of his/her image.
|Release (verb) :||
To free a model's schedule from a prior commitment. An agency will put a model on hold for a prospective campaign/show, but will release the model if booking does not go ahead.
An additional photo shoot required because of unsatisfactory results the previous time.
Additional money received by a model following the completion of an assignment. This money is paid based on how long the campaign runs, how often and where.
A sheet prepared to outline the model's experience, qualifications, training and skills.
An agency's list of models they represent.
|Run (noun) :||
Each occassion during a fashion show that a model steps onto the runway.
|Run Through :||
A fashion show rehearsal
The area of the fashion show where models display the fashions. Generally the runway is an elevated stage. Also called a catwalk.
|Runway Modelling :||
Refers to the division of modelling involving the production and execution of fashion shows.