Top 5 Male Modelling Agencies

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Got a killer modelling portfolio but don’t know what to do with it? Listed below are our top 5 male modelling agencies in Sydney and Melbourne.

Looking for more than just male model agencies? Check out our Top 15 Modelling Agencies Melbourne and Top 15 Modelling Agencies Sydney.

#1 Fashion Modelling

Kult Models

When it comes to fashion, no.1 on our list of top male modelling agencies is Kult Models. The Australian branch of this globally renowned high fashion agency was only recently launched in 2016 and is the ‘go-to agency for high-end talent’. Kilt seeks not only unique, distinctive looking models, but also charismatic and enticing personalities. If it is your dream to be splayed across the front cover of a high fashion French magazine, this is the agency for you. Applications are made via email.

Types of Models: Fashion, Editorial

Top Models: Dan Hyman, Benny K, Brad Allen, Parker Van Noord

Typical Clients: Harpers Bazaar, Elle, Ralph Lauren, Fendi, Vogue Italia

How to Apply: Via the website

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Model: Dan Hyman – Image: Kult Models

#2 Commercial Modelling

Wink Models

No.1 on our list of commercial male modelling agencies is Wink Models. Primarily a commercial agency, professional photography is mandatory when applying to WINK. This agency requires that all applicants to their male modelling division meet the minimum height requirement 5’8 and over the age of 16.

Types of Models: Commercial, Editorial

Top Models: Flo Tarpinian, Jeremy Salter, Luke Cartwright

Typical Clients: Corona, Fitness First, David Jones, Mercedes Benz

How to Apply: Via the website

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Model: Jeremy Salter – Image: Wink Models

#3 Fitness Modelling

Australian Elite Fitness Models (AEFM)

When it comes to fitness-focused male modelling agencies AEFM is our no.1 pick. Founded in 2014 when the fit versus skinny debate dominated the modelling scene, AEFM is firmly here to stay. The agency represents fit, active models who are dedicated to their personal fitness goals. AEFM requires aspiring models to submit photography that shows off their physique and technique as an athlete.

Types of models: Fitness

Top Models: Alex R, Greg, Zac

Typical Clients: Mizuno, Bonds, MTV, Calvin Klein

How to Apply: Via the website

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Model: Alex R – Image: AEFM

#4 Mature Modelling

Silver Fox MGMT Group

When it comes to mature male modelling agencies in Sydney and Melbourne Silver Fox is the clear winner. This innovative agency only accepts models over the age of thirty onto their books. The agency advocates the use of mature models in marketing campaigns as half of Australia’s population is over the age of 37.

Types of Models: Commercial, editorial

Top Models: Will Willitts, Anthony Verrecchia, Adam Rabone

Typical Clients: The Morning Show

How to Apply: Via the website

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Model: Will Willitts – Image: Silver Fox Management

#5 Promotional Modelling

Covergirl Promotional Models

Don’t be fooled by the ‘girl’ in this agency’s names. Both guys and girls are on Covergirl’s books. The agency works mainly in promotions meaning models on their books work primarily as brand ambassadors for clients’ marketing campaigns. Basically, this means Covergirl’s models’ party at the most exclusive events, acting as the face of renowned companies such as Tom Ford and MAC.

Types of Models: Promotional Models

Top Models: Models on Request

Typical Clients: Revlon, Ford, Gucci, Miss World Australia

How to Apply: Via the website

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Model: Unknown – Image: Google

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3 Comments

Jude Eze

l am 6foot 5 and have a passion for modeling. l am African. What are my chances? oppurtunities and advantage?
Anticipating a response.
Jude.

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Drew Sullivan

Hi Jude – being 6foot 5 is certainly an advantage – particularly when it comes to runway modelling. Can I ask which city you live in?

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Tristan Allison

I’m 6ft5 also. New to Australia looking for the right agent here. @allisontristan on instagram!

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