Hatfield student wants to be Next's top model
A STUDENT from Hatfield is hoping you can help her become the new face of a top high street fashion brand. Rosie Hart is among thousands of aspiring models vying for a place in the final of an online modelling competition for clothing giants Next.
A STUDENT from Hatfield is hoping you can help her become the new face of a top high street fashion brand.
Rosie Hart is among thousands of aspiring models vying for a place in the final of an online modelling competition for clothing giants Next.
The competition encourages people with no previous experience of modelling to submit a picture of themselves on social networking website Facebook, and be in with a chance of becoming the new catalogue model for Next, through an online vote.
The top 50 entries will then win a place in the Make Me The Next Model final in London, to be hosted by WGC singer Alesha Dixon.
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Rosie, from Broad Acres, said: "Next is made for a young audience, and that's what made me want to do it in the first place."
The 20-year-old, who has just completed her first year of a marketing and advertising degree at the University of Hertfordshire, said that to ultimately win the competition would be "amazing".
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"It's one of those companies that everyone knows, and being part of that would be massive," she said.
Voting closes this Sunday, July 19.
To vote for Rosie, visit www.facebook.com/nextonline