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Mod Management Agency End of LMFF party

Ah beautiful girls. What would any fashion week be without those unfairly statuesque, leggy beings strutting the runway? Last week Mod Management Agency (an Australian owned “full branding and production service agency”) hosted a party at Left Bank to toast the end of the fashion festival and celebrate the talent on their books – perusing said books, a few of their faces must already be familiar to StyleMelbourne readers.

I quietly praised myself on my decision to wear pumps in an attempt to be eye level with many of the guests. An introduction to five lovelies led to Q and A time. Models Alicya F, Aimee S, Steve, Olivia P & Greg P (a brother and sister duo) let me in on their current work and future ambitions. Most of them had been discovered by Mod Management through networking sites, acting work, talent search websites and the ever-faithful word of mouth. All of the girls had two things on their agenda; fashion and travel. Steve has also secured television work on local dramas and soaps when he’s not on a runway.

Three business savvy ladies including marketing expert Michelle Hunder, Nadasha Sugiandi and Linda Alescio, established Mod Management Agency to meet demand for a complete brand and project solution. Michelle has recently put her passion for photography to use and is able to do photo shoots for Mod in-house as well.

I’m looking forward to seeing more faces from Mod splashed across magazines and holding their own on catwalks very soon.

Michelle Hunder, Nadasha Sugiandi and Linda Alescio

Mod Management Agency toasts the end of LMFF

Mod Management Agency toasts the end of LMFF

Mod Management Agency toasts the end of LMFF

Pretty prose by Angela Fedele

Images courtesy Mod Management Agency

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