Awarded a $2,500 scholarship last Sept. 29, 2019 at the 2020 Miss Orange County and Miss Orange County Teen Regional    

MODELE USA & RUNWAY MC OPEN CALL


MODELE USA & RUNWAY MC OPEN CALL

Giselle Boone is an American runway modeling coach and manager. Her models have signed with various top modeling agencies and walked in New York Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week, Style Fashion Week, La Fashion Week, Art Hearts Fashion and featured in magazines, documentaries and various modeling workshops. Giselle has over 20 years of experience and also offers training and seminars to both children and adults.  Giselle is also a life coach, modeling scout and a fashion designer. Giselle is a resident of Newport Beach. She is an award-winning production producer, a well known modeling coach, instructor, producer and runway technician from Orange County and have worked all over the country.


RUNWAY MC - Model Scout to some of the top modeling agencies in LA.
MODELE USA - Modeling Workshop, Training and competition.


One of California's finest men and women's modeling scout, workshop, training and guide to modeling castings.

CASTING CALL IN ORANGE COUNTY
We are now casting for runway models every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from 11 am to 1 pm Hilton Irvine
18800 MacArthur Blvd Irvine. Attire: Any outfit that will showcase your legs and figure. Please bring a comp card or any photos.
Bring or wear any high heels shoes.


Email Submission
We have an open call for our men and women modeling division. Models may email their photos and stats to gisellepx@yahoo.com. You may also drop off your photos and attend our open call by scheduling an appointment and call 714.619.1085. Open call is by appointment only.  Please email or bring at least three to four candid snapshots that you can leave with the manager. If you do not have photos, you will need to call our office and schedule a photo shoot with one of our professional photographers. All photo submissions will not be returned. Professional photos are NOT REQUIRED however, if you advanced to the final stage, we will need to send you to our professional photographers to take professional photos of you. 

Call 714.619.1085 and ask for Runway Professional, Giselle Boone, training location is the Hilton Irvine.


MODELING RUNWAY TRAINING CLASSES
Offered everyday. You must RSVP or send us a request before coming to the class.

AGE GROUP FOR MODELING CLASS
We offer modeling classes to children and adult. All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
We offer private modeling classes and group classes


Height Requirements for adult: 
Petite Models: (Female) Must be at least 5'5" to 5'7"
Runway Models: (Female) Must be at least 5'8" to 5'11" (Male) Must be 5'10" to 6'3"



How does it work? You will need to email your photos and then we will call you. For those who are runway models, we will need to see your runway techniques. If it is not fully advanced, we will recommend you to join our private lesson. Those who are ready, we will forward your information to some of the top modeling agencies in LA and OC.
For those who has not professional photos, we can recommend our professional photographers at a very low cost.


Model USA focuses on branding and promoting up-and-coming-models.


OFFICE:
Producer - Giselle Boone

Tel: (714) 619-1085
Email: gisellepx@yahoo.com
website:missoc.com


Female Model Department 
Runway: Ages 13-34, Height 5'8" and Up, Body Type: Slim
Commercial, Print: Age 13-34, No height requirement, Body Type: Slim


Men's Model Department
Runway: Ages 13-34, Height 5'10" and Up, Body Type: Fit
Commercial, Print: Age 13-34, No height requirement, Body Type: Fit, Slim


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Building and managing your brand which I this case “you” are the “brand” can play a large part in making this happen and if you want to strengthen and manage the perceptions of your career, then a strong brand is needed. Good branding or promotion elevates and differentiates you like-for-like products and gives others reason to choose you over other competitors.

In short, better perceptions (how they see you as a model or actress) outsell better products – For example the famous Coke/Pepsi blind taste test. In blind tastings Pepsi tends to have a slight advantage, but take the blindfold off and Coke nearly always wins. In other words, you are probably a better model or a better actress than most, just those who are out there working as a model and actress had better branding or exposure. They worked hard to be seen by those who will hire them. If the producers or agents doesn’t know you exist, then now is the time to get your name and your photos out there.

What is Branding yourself? (Promoting you as a “brand”) Branding is the building of trust with agents, directors, investors, clients, customers and stockholders. In marketing terms, the definition of branding is the sum total of a company’s value, including products, services, people, advertising, positioning and culture. Brands “you” give potential clients (modeling and theatrical agencies, casting agents) a firm idea of what they are hiring before they hire it, making the casting decision easier.

Customers (Designers, readers) trust strong brands because they know what to expect. The term ‘brand’ should not be confused with Brand Identity or Corporate Identity. Brand Identity is an element of the brand experience and we’ll talk about brand identity below.

Brands (you as a model or actress) are not just for big companies, they can make smaller businesses stand out from the crowd, particularly if you operate in a competitive market (Work your area). We need to make your craft (modeling or acting skills) better and now is the time to get started.

The benefits of branding and why should small businesses bother with it?

The most important reason is that it can help increase your ability to be hired. This means that when you need to increase your chances of being able to model or act, then your target audience will be accepting of you as a model or actress by your capabilities and exposure is the biggest thing. You need to find a way to get your name out by being seen. Think about it like this - if your company is built upon a solid brand base, you can build up to the next stage successfully without losing the trust of your customers.

Branding also encourages confidence and trust in your skills. Branding also develops the uniqueness of your talents.

How to get started with branding yourself:

  1. Get your name and work out there by being in a catalog, magazine, create your own website, etc.
  2. Consider what your modeling or acting strengths (or brand values) are, what you are good at and believe in, as a business.
  3. You need to ensure you can ALWAYS deliver your brand values and then match them to what your agents, clients or casting want.
  4. To help you, try asking an existing model or actress what they like about being in the business. Ask a potential agents what they would look for when making a decision to hire models and actress. This information can help you start to build your brand. You may find that some of the answers are what you expected, but some answers - particularly from new or occasional clients - can give unexpected answers.
  5. What makes your reader buys magazine? It is not normally just the cost or the performance.
  6. Are you targeting the right people or agencies?

Every contact you have with people or agents is a chance to reinforce your brand values – but remember, a brand makes promises to modeling agencies or casting if these promises aren’t fulfilled, it could mean the agent is less likely to hire you again.