Modeling ability isn’t just measured in height and inches -Isobella Jade
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 7, 2010
On a recent modeling casting petite model and author Isobella Jade was once again the tiniest one in line, up against giraffes, or girls who were six to eight inches taller than her. But Jade has always found ways to use what she does have beyond height to find lucrative work as a “body parts” model. She’s modeled for national brands and magazines, even putting to use her petite size when a national department store retailer needed a petite hand model for a commercial job. And while on the job and throughout her pursuits as a model since 2001, she has noticed that the word model means a lot more than high fashion today and has developed an impressive online following based on her inspirational advice for all sizes, on her blog Petitemodelingtips.com, podcast radio show on Blog Talk Radio, web videos and through social media platforms. In her latest book called “Short Stuff: on the job with an x-small model,” she shares a brand new collection of modeling stories from on-the-job experiences with Marshalls, Victoria's Secret, Macy's, Easy Spirit and other modeling jobs that took place after writing her memoir Almost 5'4". Inspired by her online following,
"Short Stuff" is also part “modeling tips for short chicks.” Isobella will be signing books and celebrating how girls of all sizes can work in the industry at Gaslight Lounge in the Meatpacking District on October 14th from 6:30pm-9pm in New York City. Aspiring models can bring photos and chat with Isobella about how shorter girls can use what they do have to get ahead.
Join model and author Isobella Jade for a book signing and party to celebrate models of all sizes and her new book:
“Short Stuff: on the job with an x-small model”
Thursday, October 14, 2010, 6:30pm-9pm.
Gaslight Lounge, 400 W. 14th Street
(on the corner of 14th Street and 9th Avenue.) Meatpacking District
About Isobella Jade:
Modeling is not enough, and along with being the author of also Almost 5’4” and a graphic novel called Model Life: The Journey of a Pint-Size Fashion Warrior, she has launched a brand around her advocating for the little guy. Jade shares her real day in the life adventures and her lived through tips for models of all sizes on her blog http://www.petitemodelingtips.com, on her podcast radio show on the Blog Talk Radio network http://www.blogtalkradio.com/isobellajade, web videos and social media.