NOMINEES FOR 'THE MOST PROMISING MODEL OF THE YEAR - FEMALE' :
ZENOBIA BOU - CHEDID
NOMINEES FOR THE 'MOST PROMISING MODEL OF THE YEAR - MALE':
Plus Size Model
NOMINEES FOR THE 'PLUS SIZE MODEL OF THE YEAR' :
LOUISA DESBORDES - COLLISON
THIS IS WAS ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT CATEGORIES FOR THE IN-HOUSE TEAM TO DECIDE, THE CRITERIUM WAS SIMPLE: BEST BIKINI/ LINGERIE PHOTO WITH PERFECT CHEMISTRY BETWEEN THE MODEL, THE ENVIRONMENT ( HER SURROUNDINGS) AND THE LENS. NOMINEES ARE SIX (6) IN NUMBER: THEY ARE:
AND SO IT BEGINS...NOMINEES FOR THE 'UNDERWEAR MODEL OF THE YEAR - MALE' :
NOMINEES FOR THE 'PHOTOGRAPHY HOUSE OF THE YEAR' -
Ghana Rising says: let it be Grace Sarfo –again oooOOOoooo, she’s fab.. Anyway I’ve decided to write about Ghana Models Awards show this year because I can see their vision and I’m uber pleased that they have included photographers, but I still feel that they can push further and maybe add: make-up artists, hairstylists and stylists –next year… Anyway I’m pleased with the direction this ceremony is taking –and wish its organisers the very best……
To vote for your favourite model or for more info about the upcoming awards show visit:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ghana-Models-Awards/403380606411607
More Info:This is an annual awards show with the main purpose of rewarding and encouraging deserving individuals with evidential records of excellence in the modelling industry in Ghana. This awards show targets models of Ghanaian origin or nationality, and also models of other nationalities but are active in the modelling community in Ghana.
The ‘Ghana Models Awards 2013’ also seeks to award corporate bodies and personalities that have supported and contributed to the growth and positive development of the modelling profession. This awards show also aims at promoting the ‘modelling culture’ in Ghana by strongly encouraging upcoming models and inviting new talent into this highly competitive industry. This awards show will echo the message ‘Modelling is a Profession, Not a Hobby’ across all boards in Ghana. Aims/ objectives:
To give the ‘modelling industry’ in Ghana a boost by raising the level of reputation and ‘stardom’ of models in Ghana to that of their counterparts in the music and film industry hence increasing their earnings and giving meaning to the statement “Modelling is a Profession, Not a Hobby’.
To help ‘sell’ modelling talents to the outside showbiz world; thereby assisting in advertising and branding Ghana as an exciting African destination hence attracting more investors with respect to the fashion world.
To bring together and ease the tension in the modelling community in Ghana as there is strength in Unity.