J. Crew is one of the top fashion brands in which the clothes are designed to be classy but with a twist of luxury which is why many people want to kno whow to become a J. Crew model. Their clothes are 100% handmade. Most people, in which the majority are females, would love to model for this clothing company. The fact of the matter is that most people don't know how to get started into becoming a model for this, or any, clothing company.
- Develop A Portfolio. The first thing you'll want to do is get some photoshoots done of yourself. Reason being is that most companies like to have a portfolio of the person to have a better view of their facial structure and if they are indeed a best fit for the company. Also, previous modeling experience is a plus but for commercial print ads, they're not required. If you don't have experience, you may be required to do some type of model schooling just to get the basics.
- Sign Up To A Modeling Agency. Most clothing companies in general tend to get their models from modeling agencies as it's the faster route. Keep in mind that modeling agencies won't just accept any type of person, as there are some people who may never be able to fit into the demographics of the people that they work with, but also don't be discouraged as there are other modeling agencies who may take you as they are all individually different. J. Crew models in general (for females) tend to be extremely skinny and males usually have a certain look about them (more like the Abercrombie & Fitch models).
- Other Advice. You can email their Human Resources Department on their site, but you'll find that it may take awhile before they respond; that is if they decide to even respond to you at all. Also, you'll be able to find more model information from within their catalog as they always have some type of disclaimer stating that they can't disclose any private information relating to any specific model.
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