Posts Tagged ‘Henry’

Introducing Henry

You saw him earlier this week in the snaps from the Kely Support Group Fashion Show, and now it’s time to properly introduce to you Henry.

Henry is from Hong Kong – a keen volleyball player, a fitness buff, a student, and a great model. Over the past couple of months, Henry has proved that he is as comfortable on the runway as he is in front of the camera, and we are in discussions at the moment that will hopefully see him in front of the camera again very soon. Recently, he worked with Fiona Taylor on a street style shoot and you can see the results below.

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Height: 180cm
Chest: 91cm
Waist: 76cm
Hips: 89cm
Shoes: 43 EU
Hair: Dark brown
Eyes: Dark brown

If you’d like to work with Henry, just get in touch with us at info@360degreemodels.com

And don’t forget to take a look at some of our other great models: Denis, Lara, Emmett, Karan, Jessie, Ilze, Jai, Natalie, Teerapat, Bronwyn, Wennie, Joachim, Sophie M., Charlene, Stephen, Andy, Emilie, Will, Jasmine W., Joyce, Kaitlin, Lotte, Sandra, Emma, Alice, Liam, Alessandro, Josephine, Stefan, Gaspar, Adji, Louis, Salem, Sydney, Adam, Oriane, Monique, Mercedes, Alba, Tyler, Jomari, Max, Sophie T., Ben, Elektra, and Sasha.

360 Degree Models at the Kely Support Group Fashion Show

The Kely Support Group does great work in Hong Kong with disadvantaged and minority youth – and 360 Degree Models was extremely proud last night to support the fantastic results of the very talented student who have been working hard over the past year on the Seeing The Possibilities program.

A bit of background on the program: As a way of broadening the vision of our youth, “Seeing the Possibilities” allows local and ethnic minority students to work with mentors within their own communities as a means to develop life goals together through fashion arts and event-planning training. Working hand-in-hand with role models from similar cultural background, the programme provides students with the opportunity to gain social network within the community and engages students in training sessions that are targeted at enhancing their capacities in the areas of self-awareness, goal-setting, event planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. By equipping students with these skills, this programme aims to motivate youth to set goals that are most suited to their needs and utilize these learned assets as the foundation to prepare for the bright future ahead.

The Spring / Summer 2014 collection launched last night was the result of a year of hard work – and we thoroughly enjoyed taking part taking part in the show last night. This week, we’ll be telling you more about the Kely Support Group’s work, and introducing some of our new faces (and experienced models) who have contributed their time and talent Seeing the Possibilities program. Today, though, here are a few snaps from last night’s show. In the pictures below, you can see AJ (who opened the show), Elektra (who closed it), together with Sophie, Charlene, Joyce, Henry and Denis.

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Casting in the park

Here’s a snap of four of our models at a casting call at Kowloon Park yesterday for a running themed print campaign – and because it was a new client, we showed up too to see how things were going.

In the picture below, you can see Elektra, Hyomin, Joyce and Henry (Salem and Andy were also around). An unusual casting, it tested the ability of all the models there to look great and run beautifully at the same time – and that’s much harder than you might think! Casting continues today, with more of our models seeing whether they make the final selection.

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We’ll be officially launching Henry and Hyomin in the coming weeks.