This model has been involved with iD Fashion Week since 2015 and has walked in the Emerging Designer show, Fashion For A Cure and the Main iD Runway Event. “I think iD Fashion Week stands out among other industry events because we get to see all the next big up and coming designers work. With such a wide range of garments I always find the show being one of my favourites."
Aside from iD Fashion Week George communicated her respect for a variety of features in both the modelling and fashion industry. “I enjoy so many things about the modelling industry. I love walking in fast upbeat shows, seeing all the garments and being able to talk to the different designer about their work," she divulged. "I also enjoy getting to travel and shooting, whether it’s on location or in a studio.”
While George spoke positively about the elements of the industry she found enjoyment in, she was also honest about the immense stress this line of work can put you under. “There are definitely challenging parts of having a career in modelling; for myself, I have had some trouble getting my hip measurements down for international modelling," she shared. "It’s a very competitive industry so sometimes I compare myself to other models, which is not good for anyone’s confidence or overall wellbeing.” But despite these struggles, George is committed to finding her place in the industry and leaving her own unique mark. “You never know what could happen in this industry, but it would definitely be a dream to go to New York Fashion Week one year,” she volunteered.
For other models looking for advice as to how to break into the industry, George was able to impart some wisdom. “Be tall, practise wearing heels and don’t fake tan.”