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#TipTuesday: Always Bring Your Portfolio/Comp Cards to Auditions

#TipTuesday is a series Max Agency — a successful model and talent management agency in Canada  — will be doing every week where we share helpful tips for the industry! This could be tips on auditions, bookings, beauty, fashion and more!

This week’s tip is: Always bring your portfolio or comp cards to your auditions!

Comp Cards or Composite Cards are essentially your business cards so it is always ideal to have them on hand. The casting directors may want to keep them so they are able to easily remember you and what you look like. They are also a great snapshot of how you are as a model, as they include multiple poses from your portfolio that showcase your skills and versatility.

They also list important information such as your contact information or your measurements. Measurements are always important to know since you will be asked for them at most auditions and definitely needed if you are booked.

At the end of the day, you have paid to have these comp cards done so make sure to use them! They are a great marketing tool!

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Max Agency is a successful model and talent management agency in Canada representing menwomen and children. Max Agency is involved in providing actors, models and entertainers for the film, television, fashion and advertising industries as well as appearance in trade shows, promotions and special events.

Max Agency Featured New Talent: Jaxon P! – Child Model Management

Max Agency is proud to present one of our new and adorable talents: Jaxon P!

Jaxon is an extremely friendly and happy little boy.

He likes to dance and sing, truly a future performer!

On the other hand, Jaxon is still a young boy who loves cars and to play ball!

Jaxon tis truly a charming little boy and we can’t wait to see the roles he will land with Max Agency!

If your child is as cute and outgoing as Jaxon, fill out an application for them now! http://www.maxagency.com/application.php

Max Agency is a successful model and talent management agency representing menwomen and children. Max Agency is involved in providing actors, models and entertainers for the film, television, fashion and advertising industries as well as appearance in trade shows, promotions and special events.

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For more of our awesome talent check out our roster at http://www.maxagency.com/

If you want to become one of our talent, apply here! http://www.maxagency.com/application.php

#TipTuesday: Little Black Dress

#TipTuesday is a series Max Agency — a successful model and talent management agency in Canada  — will be doing every week where we share helpful tips for the industry! This could be tips on auditions, bookings, and more!

This week’s tip is: “One is never over-dressed or under-dressed with a Little Black Dress.” —Karl Lagerfeld

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The “little black dress” is legendary in the fashion industry. Known for it’s classic and simple look, the LBD actually has quite the history.

1920’s

Coco Chanel was the first designer to bring the little black dress to light in an issue of the American Vogue. This action changed the idea of black solely being worn for mourning purposes and reinvented it as a more chic option for women.

1930’s

The little black dress grew in popularity with the help of Hollywood and movies. Many actresses were featured wearing the garments as wearing black looked better on screen for black and white films.

1950’s

The notion of the LBD turned into one that was more risque. Women who wore them were seen as less innocent and wholesome. At the same time, they become more common and affordable due to the different materials they were being made from.

1960’s

Black dresses got smaller as the younger generations wanted to wear shorter and more revealing clothes. The dresses became more revealing in other ways as well, with additions of slits in the skirts and sheerer fabrics.

1980’s

The funkiness of the 80’s transferred to the new styles of little black dresses. The designs became a little less simple and began incorporating other dress styles that were popular at that time.

1990’s

While little black dresses remained a popular choice for evening wear, colour returned as a trend in fashion.  The LBD returned to simpler ways once again, some long and some short.

2000’s

With body insecurity becoming so common, the little black dress has truly made it’s return as black is found to be the most flattering colour. The trend of simplicity has also made it’s return, making the LBD a go to option for all special events.

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For more daily content,  be sure to follow us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter and tune in every week to the blog!

For more of our awesome talent check out our roster at http://www.maxagency.com/

If you want to become one of our talent, apply here! http://www.maxagency.com/application.php

Max Agency is a successful model and talent management agency in Canada representing menwomen and children. Max Agency is involved in providing actors, models and entertainers for the film, television, fashion and advertising industries as well as appearance in trade shows, promotions and special events.