Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 7 July 2015

Model behaviour in Bangor

Published 15/04/2008 | 11:59

Models Lee Rushe, 19, and Shanzay Hayat, 18, (from Holywood) launch the Face of DV8 modelling competition
Models Lee Rushe, 19, and Shanzay Hayat, 18, (from Holywood) launch the Face of DV8 modelling competition

Would-be models in North Down and Ards are being asked to put their best pout forward by a high street fashion retailer in an effort to find a lucky male and female winner in a new modelling competition.

DV8, which has shops across Northern Ireland — including a shop in Bangor — has launched the ‘Face of DV8' competition to search for budding models aged 17 to 30-years-old to represent the DV8 brand in all advertising online and in-store for a year. Contestants do not have to have modelling experience.

The lucky winners also get a year-long contract with model agency Alison Campbell Models, £500 worth of DV8 clothes vouchers and hair styling by award-winning salon Paul Stafford Hairdressing for 12 months.

Neville McDowell from DV8, one of the competitions judges explained; “We are looking for a guy and a girl with presence and poise. People who can be real fashion ambassadors for DV8 and who can make the most of the great opportunity success in the competition presents.”

Alison Campbell added: “The judges will be on the look out for entrants who can wear a range of fashion clothing with confidence. The best part is that no modelling experience is necessary and anyone can have a go.”

Registration forms and rules of entry are available now at DV8 stores and online at

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