Luckily there are modeling schools that can teach you everything you need to know to become a successful SL model.
L'Amour Nexus University of Fashion is a high end modeling university, production and model management company that has an impressive curriculum of courses. From styling to runway walking and posing. And advanced classes that teach self branding, organization, creating an AO, editing your poses to your outfit and even photography and runway productions.
After graduation, you are added to the roster of models for L'Amour Model Agency if you chose to join.
I have copied part of L'Amour Nexus University's "Mission Statement" below that explains why L'Amour is more than just a modeling school.
L'Amour Nexus University of Fashion (LNU) has a mission to develop each student to become the best they can be in the SL world of modeling. We will provide each student with the proper skills, resources and knowledge needed to enter the competitive world of SL modeling and much more. LNU students will graduate with the necessary skills to manage, coach and be self-sufficient and self-reliable as part of any group being artistic and/or managerial. We expect them to go out into the modeling world upholding all that this school stands for. Expectations for them is to give 100% commitment, be honest, ethical, supportive, and to put forth their very best when representing our brand.
We offer comprehensive programs with intuitive courses that are designed to accelerate the learning process with the guidance of a professional team of experts, who will work together to ensure that each student receives a well-rounded, thorough, and meaningful education. We will always be there for each and every student. This is a lifelong commitment not just through their course work with LNU, but as a supportive hand during their career.
For more information about L'Amour Nexus University of Fashion, contact Ava Jhamin CEO and Dean of Students. Or stop by their headquarter for an application and curriculum at
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The world of SL modeling is very competitive. There are store models, runway models, fashion models and nude to semi nude models. They pose for designer's vendors, fashion shows, blogs and magazines. We interviewed two very successful models. Lolly Starr - Fashion and runway model and Tatiana Alexandra - Fashion and nude model.
Lolly Starr- Fashion and Runway Model
ISL: What got you interested in fashion modeling and how long have you been doing it?
Lolly: " I was interested in modeling from the start. I saw the beautiful models on vendor posters in clothing stores and when I went to my first fashion show, I knew that was what I wanted to do. I attended and graduated for CWS modeling school in 2012 and they helped me book my first modeling job. I have been modeling ever since."
ISL: What are the challenges of fashion modeling?
Lolly: " Always updating your look to the latest trend and organizing your inventory."
ISL: Who have you modeled for?
Lolly: " I have worked for several modeling agencies like Elite, Magnum, Models Inc and Calla's. I have modeled for a lot of designers. Redgrave, Coco, Scuderia, BabyDolls, Apple May, KoKo, Bella Couture, Alli&Ali and many others and have done fashion shows for Suta, Couture Co., House of Haute Couture, just to name a few."
ISL: What was your favorite fashion shoot or fashion show?
Lolly: "That's a hard question because I have had so many fun and exciting shoots and shows, but if I had to pick one it would be the Back To School fashion show for Couture Co. The set was made to look like the inside of a classroom and instead of chairs, the audience was seated at school desks."
Tatiana Alexandra - Fashion and Adult Model
ISL:What got you interested in nude modeling and how long have you been doing it?
Tatiana: "I primarily started with Playmates Magazine when I was chosen for Playmate Of The Month July 2015."
ISL:What are the challenges of nude modeling compared to fashion modeling?
Tatiana: "Nude modeling is a bit more involved. Poses ,Lighting, interaction, body form where fashion modeling is more emphasis on clothes ,blogging etc."
ISL: What publications or media's have you modeled for?
Tatiana: "Playmates Magazine, Foxtails Magazine, Something New Poses, Unique Phaze , Pornstars & personal work on Flikr."
ISL: What was your favorite photo shoot?
Tatiana: "I would have to say my shoots with Ima & Playmates. My favorite would have to be the Masquerade shoot and the Winter Shoot with ImaHotOne - Photographer. And the Playmate Of Month Shoot with Tommi Waydelich
ISL: Which do you prefer, fashion modeling or nude modeling and why?
Tatiana: " I prefer nude as its not limited creatively, fashion is fun but the focus is the clothes and not as much freedom."