Top model agency Storm have partnered up with BritAsia TV, in launching the Future Faces competition, in order to find the next top faces in modelling. Storm has had a thirty-year history of successful scouting and has launched the careersof many famous faces including Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn. Storm currently has four divisions specialising in male and female modelling talent, a celebrity division and a digital creator division. Talent we represent includes models Fran Summers, Giselle Norman, Eva Apio, Shahira, Darwin Gray, Josh Williams and Artists/Creators such as Not3s, Stormzy, Wizkid, Simran Randhawa and Hero Fiennes-Tiffin.

BritAsia TV, the platform leader for British Asian Music, fashion and Lifestyle, broadcasts across the UK on Sky (767), Virgin Media (840) and Freeview (264). Alongside it’s engaging and inspiring television platform, BritAsia TV also holds several extravagant annual events of international interest, attracting fans in their tens of thousands. A platform for British Asians from all cultural and religious backgrounds, BritAsia TV supports and celebrates the very best British Asian talent.

The fashion industry is one of the most inclusive industries in the world, reflecting social trends and celebrating culture, and it has never been more diverse. Storm has a history of scouting that dates back to 1987 when the agency’s Managing Director Sarah Doukas discovered Kate Moss at JFK airport. This level of scouting is what makes Storm such an influential model agency.

Discussing the collaboration with BritAsia TV, Sarah says: “Discovering new talent, and giving young people an opportunity and a platform to pursue and fulfil their potential is what drives me. There are many great elements to the fashion industry; inclusivity, creativity and development are the factors I love best. The fashion industry has evolved and diversified in such an exciting way and joining forces with the team at BritAsia TV is a great way for us to give young people an entry point into our industry. My team at Storm are very proud to be given this opportunity to celebrate the very best of young Asian modelling talent.”

Tony Shergill, CEO of BritAsia TV, added: “BritAsia TV has been at the forefront of British Asian Music for over a decade and have been proudly flying the flag for British talent around the World. We are now proud to be working alongside the iconic agency Storm Models, with theaim of creating recognisable British Asian faces within the World of mainstream fashion. The Future Faces competition offers a unique opportunity for young British Asian male & female models to become stars of the future.”

The competition will launch on Friday 8th November and entrants will be invited to submit their imagery to Please note that non-professional and natural unfiltered photographs are required.

A professional team from BritAsia TV and Storm will review every image submitted and will then contact finalists to attend the semi-final event.

Applicants need to be aged between 16- 25 years old; entrants cannot be affiliated with any other model or talent agencies; all applicants must be available to attend the semi-final and the final. Please see details below:

Top model agency Storm teams up with BritAsia TV to find the next big stars of the modelling industry:
– Entry period ends 29th February 2020
– Final- 14th March

BritAsia TV Social Media:

Instagram: @britasiatv
Twitter: @BritAsiaTV
Facebook: BritAsiaTV

Storm Social Media:
Instagram: @stormmodels
Twitter: @stormmodels
Facebook: Storm Model Management


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