Brookstone International in conjunction with Catwalk Productions and Iwà presents ‘Catwalk Collective Academy.’ A 6 week intensive practical workshop on fashion and modelling for models, upcoming models, beauty pageant contestants, and those interested in fashion.
Understand the rudiments of strutting the ramp, catwalking & poise as a beauty queen, learn how to get picked at castings, developing a personal sense of style, acquiring the principles of etiquette, learning how to do your own makeup and SO much more!! And Also get a Certificate .
Facilitators include: Linda Ikeji (Celebrity Blogger and Super Model), Franka Asindi (Editor Complete Fashion Magazine), Warebi Martha (International Super Model & CEO Catwalk Productions), Ufuoma Ejenobor (Miss Earth 2004 and accomplished actress), Toni Tones (International Photographer and CEO The Fancy Hub), Mary Jane Ohobu (Business Head, Zaron Hair and Makeup), Jane Ekanem (Celebrity Stylist and Fashion Designer), Wale Ademokoya (Celebrity Photographer & Publisher Just U Magazine) Bisi Rahman-Olong (Miss Malaika 2004 and International Super Model) and so many others!!
Sessions starts 9th June lectures are Saturdays and Sundays only for 6weeks, limited slots available. The BEST STUDENTS stand the chance to sign with Beth Model Management (the no one Modelling Agency in Nigeria), with other great modelling Agencies, get a fully styled and made up portfolio for free + makeup goodies from Zaron. For more info call 08178063033 or send a mail to [email protected].
Closing dates for registration is 30th May
Course fee: N30, 000.
Fees payable to: BrookStone International Values Limited.
ACC: 0028428096 GTBank.
After payment text teller number and name to 08178063033 and pick up registration form at Indigo Boutique, Ikeja – Lagos.
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