April 9 'Holiday' Casting: Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011

The casting for the highly-anticipated Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 (PFWH 2011) is happening this Saturday, April 9 (Araw ng Kagitingan, holiday!), from 8 AM to 9 PM at the at the SMX Convention Center.

I'm sure most of you are free on that day 'coz it's a holiday, so you might want to go to the go-see (brand casting) for the Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011.

Ten (10) brands are on the look-out for gorgeous models, who are at least be 5'10" in height for male models and at least 5'7" for the girls.

All models are advised to wear white during the casting.

The said casting is definitely reminding us that the Philippine Fashion Week Holiday 2011 is coming so near, only a month from now.

The PFWH 2011 will start on May 8th and will end on the 15th.

Meanwhile, a day after the casting, April 9, is the screening for the Ford Supermodel of the World Philippines 2011/2012.

They're starting the search early this year, unlike in the previous years where it was usually held during October.

So if you're a natural-born Filipina, at least 14 years old and stands 5'7" and above, join this year's search for the Ford Supermodel of the World Philippines and be the next Danica Magpantay, who won the international competition last January.

Interested applicants should also have these following traits:
- clear complexion
- impressive bone structure
- proportional body measurements
- pleasing personality
- and has no professional modeling experience

The screening will be held this Sunday, April 10, 8AM, also at the SMX Convention Center, but they're requiring you first to apply online. Go HERE to fill up an application form.

Deadline for the submission of application is on Friday, April 8.

For more details, just call (02)8440-2350.

About M.I.

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For a decade now, Mykiru.ph has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.

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