View Full Version : Exopa Modeling Agency Holds Audition For Fashion Café

8th August 2011, 06:00 PM
The Exopa Modeling Agency will on Saturday August 20 hold auditions to pick sexy ladies to be trained as models for its upcoming event dubbed Exopa Fashion Café.

The Exopa Fashion Café is aimed at projecting summer tourism. It is a modelling and fashion event during which models display different designs of clothes, especially miniskirts and bikinis.

The event previously took place on Fridays at the Bust Stop Restaurant on the Ring Road in Accra in 2007 and 2008, but it was rested. Exopa is bringing the show back with more exciting packages. There are planned display of Kente and African fabrics.


There will also be a huge platform for business tycoons and fashion designers and models to discuss topics that will benefit them.As part of the huge fashion event, Exopa Modelling Agency, in collaboration with NEWS-ONE, will search for Miss NEWS-ONE.

The first of its kind, the concept will celebrate Ghana’s fashion industry and also promote African fabrics while giving beautiful African ladies, particularly Ghanaians, the necessary training and opportunity to build a career in the modelling industry.

The event hopes to revamp the fashion industry and offer runway show lovers a place to have fun. The main event will come off August 27. It will subsequently be held every last Saturday of the month at the Exopa Burge.

The August 20 auditions hope to select sexy and hot looking ladies from the ages of 18 to 25. Contestants will be taken through various rudiments of modelling during the event. They will also be asked a minimum of five questions by judges.

Winner of each month’s Miss NEWS-ONE segment of the Exopa Fashion Cafe will get a full page interview with NEWS-ONE and a 2-year contract with Exopa, both at home and abroad.

The December winner will take home a GH˘300 cash prize, a weekend trip for two and a stay in a top hotel in Ghana. The show promises to be exciting and it is expected to attract a number of showbiz bigwigs.

Source: News One