The next evolution of television’s premiere design competition series is here and it’s looking to crown the best and the brightest that the country has to offer in the world of fashion creation. Like the adult oriented original, Project Runway Junior will follow a lucky group of talented young artists that will be tasked each week with coming up with the most cutting edge looks in a series of nerve racking challenges. Mentored by some of the biggest names in the fashion industry and chosen by a sparkling celebrity judging panel, a final champion will be named and given a shot at their very own fashion line.
The producers and casting directors for this unbelievable new reality TV event are searching for aspiring design artists between the ages of 14 and 17 to fill out the competition. In addition to the contestants, the show will be looking for several up and coming modeling talents to strut their stuff on this national television catwalk and showcase the newly created pieces. Apply today for what promises to be one of the premier model castings of the year!
Auditions for Project Runway Junior will be starting very soon and the show’s official website is accepting virtual portfolio submissions from interested artists and models now. All entries will need to contain a 3 to 5 minute personal introduction video that includes your name, age, location and a description of your design and modeling passion (it’s roots, your style, your goals) to go along with two recent photos (close up and full body) and 3 to 10 photo examples of your best work. PRJ is giving you the chance to show them why you should be chosen – take it! Videos can be linked with either Vimeo or YouTube and submitted to this official page mysticartpictures.com/new-look/now_casting_details.php?nc_id=118 and/or this email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
All future casting updates for this Project project will be posted here as they are released so stay tuned for more information and leave a message below and tell us what you think of the show and why you think you have what it takes to walk away as the winner of Project Runway Junior.