With Future Face, A Global Model Search Begins

Yinka Olatunbosun

Future Face, the largest international modelling competition, is set to make its much anticipated comeback in 2023. The iconic competition, organised by Africa’s largest modelling agency, Beth Model Management, prides itself on its diversity in size, age, race and ethnicity, as well as disability. The competition has an equal opportunities policy.

The 13th edition of Future Face in January 2022 saw Ana Campos from Angola and Ken Nziza from Rwanda emerge as winners.

As Future Face gears up for its 14th edition, the focus will not only be on discovering talents from Africa, but also talents from around the world. Aspiring models will compete for the opportunity to win a two-year modelling contract with a top international agency.

Future Face, a brain child of Elizabeth Isiorho began its journey in 2007 as an offshoot of Elite Model Look Competition. Since then, it has gained prominence as a prestigious platform for aspiring models.

Over the years, Beth Models/ Future Face has discovered, developed, and managed several successful talents globally including successful models such as Mayowa Nicholas and Nyagua Ruea.

Other notable models include Davidson Obennebo, Victor Ndigwe, Nneoma Anosike, Chika Emmanuella, Toyin Yusuf, Jeffery Obed, Tobi Momoh, Chisom Okeke, Olaniyan Olamijuwon, Nora Omeire, Jeff Cubahiro, Godwin ‘Okereuku, Peter and Paul Ohunyon, David Folarin, Ireoluwa Ajayi among others. Beth Models has nurtured exceptional talents and propelled the careers of these internationally recognised models, who have worked with top brands such as Victoria’s Secret, Tom Ford, Chanel, Fenty, Fendi, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Moschino, GQ Magazine, Alexander McQueen, Vogue, Dior, Gucci, Balmain, Gucci, Prada, YSL, Rick Owens, Hermes and many more.

In 2023, Future Face will conduct castings from July to September in various countries globally. This widespread search will attract candidates from all corners of the globe, with the aim of uncovering promising talents.

From the numerous applicants, a select group of 20 finalists will compete in front of industry insiders and an experienced panel of judges.

The ultimate prize is not just the title and the cash prize, but also the opportunity to establish a successful modelling career and gain the necessary skills for long term success in the highly competitive modelling/fashion industry.

Future Face is committed to making dreams come true and unlocking the true potential of aspiring models.

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