Few’s Next Face Africa competition kicks off from August 25, 2018

The Few’s Next Face Africa competition will kick off from August 25th 2018.

It will begin with the casting for models in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Nigeria, then the selection of the top 15 who will proceed to in Bootcamp part of the competition. There they will complete various tasks and training till the finale at The Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, on September 2nd.

Few Management will continue in its process to find the next model influencer. Since 2015, they have scouted models across a range of African countries – including Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Rwanda.

Their partnership with IMG Models Worldwide makes them the brand to sign to and they are doing a whole lot to making sure there is diversity in the fashion industry worldwide.

Last year’s edition of Few’s Next Face Africa attracted a record number of 902 potential contestants who showed up for a casting.  Luis Domingo of IMG Models London, Fashion Brand Analyst, Zara Odu, Casting Director, Adebayo Oke-Lawal who is the founder of Orange Culture and Godson Ukaegbu, the Editor-in-chief of Mania Magazine all served in the selection process.

Last year’s winner, 19-year-old Daberechi Kalu received prizes worth a 2-year contract with IMG Models worldwide, N1,000,000 and a contract with Boss Models Cape Town in South Africa.

This year’s winner also hopes to snag up such covetable prices including an opportunity to work with international modelling agencies like IMG Models, Next Models, Select Models, and Boss Models in their different locations – Paris, London, Spain, New York.

Few’s Next Face Africa
Few’s Next Face Africa
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