The Next Supermodel May Be Coming From a High School Near You

Jennifer Silverberg
Riverfront Times | September 12, 2008
In the modeling industry, a mother agent is the scout who discovers a model, usually in her hometown, and then introduces her to bookers in large fashion markets. The bookers arrange the girl's work schedule — everything from magazine spreads to fashion show appearances — while the mother agent remains chief advisor and collects 10 percent of her earnings.

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