High street brands require teen models to promote their designs for this age range. Popular names such as Next, H&M and Marks & Spencers all have departments that cater for adolescents for both girls and boys. With many turning to online shopping, it is even more important that the clothing is modelled on a teen to show the fit and style of the garment.
As a parent your child’s safety is top priority with their welfare your main concern throughout their life, from a small baby to a teenager and even as an adult, the worrying never stops. Whether you’re driving the step into child modelling or your teen has approached you with the idea, remaining safe is very important when you’re treading on unfamiliar ground.
There are many modelling opportunities available for children in the industry especially in the high street sector. Many fashion brands require child models to wear their designs to advertise to parents to show the fit of the garment as well as how to style it. Young models are a vital part of the industry with many roles available to sociable, confident and mature children who wish to carve a successful modelling career from an early age.