The Best Websites For Models

As a model it can be very difficult to find websites or other online resources for information that will help them out with any model related questions or queries they may have.
Let's be honest, sometimes even your bookers at the agency don't know the answer to all the questions because, well they aren't models.
I have searched far and wide for websites to help models on their never ending search for information. Here are the websites out there.
Enjoy!


Original Post published Nov 4, 2016 - Updated and edited 12 Sep, 2018


modeltypeface.com

A website created by model and writer, Rebecca Pearson. She started the site as a safe place for other models to ask questions they were too afraid to ask their bookers, and to share valuable information and lessons she had learnt so that other models may benefit from it.

With posts about things from Model of the week to the lazy models's guide to posing" - theres some articles for every model to learn something from.


modelalliance.org

This website is a must read for models, it goes into a lot of depth and has many articles concerning the rights of models. They aim the establish ethical standards to bring a real and lasting change to the Fashion industry.

This website is based in the US and thus is especially important for models from, and working in the US market.


businessmodelmag.com

This website is really created for models. It has a whole lot of handy guides for models, everything from a Model's Bag essentials to: a guide to the modelling market in Milan or another city. The Business Model is run by three women who are either currently working as models or are ex models - One of which is also a makeup artist. 


modellist-id.com

This website has so many posts, mostly written by models themselves from all over the world. There are posts about every topic imaginable from beauty to travel to food. This website has pages and pages of information that is valuable not only to models but to a wide range of people.


Modellist-id aims to build social capital by providing a variety of on-line and off-line services dedicated to enhancing the over-all experience of life as a model. The Modellist-id.com website consists of two parts; a public part and a part with a private access for members of the Modellist-id Fashion Model community where they can share on-line and off-line information.
— Modellist-id

allmyfriendsaremodels.com

Much like some of the other websites in this list this blog has a lot of articles written by guest posts and has subjects that will help models and anyone else involved in or interested in the fashion industry.

This is a website which is ultimately about humanizing beauty.

I just so happen to have a group of friends who are all successful, working models, and we are using this website and their positions in the media to bring forward the issues surrounding the life of being a model and those who are affected by the stereotypes on the other end of the spectrum.
— All My Friends Are Models

models.com

The best website for up to date information on models, agencies and other fashion industry news. It has loads of articles regarding everything fashion related and allows you to see the top ranking models at any given time and even ranks agencies. This website is a must read for models to keep in touch with what is happening and the who's who of the fashion industry.


Were these websites helpful to you? Are there any others that you know of that help educate models on the fashion industry? Let me know in the comments below.