Monday, December 22, 2014

Amelia Zadro for SNEAKY

Our incredible Amelia looks drop dead gorgeous in her latest editorial 'Star Child' for SNEAKY

 Photographer: Eddie New
HMUA: Ania Milczarczyk
Stylist: Liv Rahme

Friday, December 19, 2014


At this time of year it would only make sense to finish our weekly ritual with a bang!

Below is this weeks edition of Instagram Pictures of the Year!

The pictures below are the snaps that went viral with followers, some Chic favourites & some major moments that happened to our girls through the year... Enjoy!

Love Chic x

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

by Natalia Parsonson

We love our Annie Rose's latest shoot with Natalia showing off her brand new cut!


Our thoughts and prayers go out to each and every single person, family & response unit involved with the Sydney Siege. 

Your bravery and courage will never be forgotten.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Heidi Harrington Johnson for Gloria Vanderbilt

Our beautiful Heidi looks stunning in her latest campaign for Gloria Vanderbilt!

Cheyenn Tozzi for The Aje Report

The always beautiful Cheyenne Tozzi features in Aje's latest issue of 'The Aje Report'...

Roxanne for YEN

Our American beauty Roxanne looks beautiful for YEN's latest story 'Wildflower'

Photographer Amanda De Simone 

Louise Mikkelsen for ELLE December

The always beautiful Louise Mikkelsen looks incredible for ELLE December's 'Girl Friday

Photographer: holly blake (vivienscreative)
Stylist: sara smith (company1)
  MUA: charlie kielty (vivienscreative)


Thursday, December 11, 2014

Model Bootcamp

Yesterday our Development division held a model boot camp for the up and coming fresh faces of the industry. 

 (From left to right: Rachel, Jessica, Bailee, Riley, Annika, Lizzie, Olivia, Isabella, Ali, Ashleigh)

Held at the Chic Headquarters, our 10 beauties started the day with an agency tour, meeting each Chic division which then followed a sit down introductory session discussing the ins and outs of the modelling industry.

After their induction they were up and at it, learning catwalk and polaroid basics from our beautiful Chic Model Carlie Grima.

We couldn't of asked for a better model boot-camp with Carlie alongside the Development agents. 
All our girls improved remarkably from the one session alone, we're truly excited for our new faces!

Monday, December 8, 2014

5 Minutes with:

One of our internationals in town right now is the lovely Alexis Ren... We thought we'd catch up with her to see if we knew all about this Californian beauty, turns out we learnt more than 1 fact about this bright eyed bubbly American sweetheart!

In 3 words how would your friends describe you?
 Vibrant courageous compassionate

Favorite time of the year & Why?
I love the Summer...Everyone has rosy cheeks and smiles from ear to ear. It can’t be beat.

Star Sign?
I’m a Sagittarius.

Santa Monica, CA.

 When the weather is amazing we can find you…
At the beach with a book or in the water with a smile.

When it’s not so amazing you will be…
Curled up in bed with tea working or in yoga class-- hoping the sun will come out and play!

First thing you do in the morning?
Usually in LA I get up and get some coffee then head to yoga. But here in Bondi beach I’ve been doing morning swims and runs. It’s so magical.

Favorite breakfast?
Scrambled eggs with turkey bacon and coffee, please.

If you could only pick one hobbie to do for the rest of your life what would it be?

Bed side table must haves…
Almonds, perfume, and a book.

Favorite song right now?
These Eyes- Tora

Dream dinner party of you and 4 celebrities (dead or alive) would involve?
1. Johnny Depp
2. Candice Swanepoel
3. Mila Kunis
4. Robert Downey Jr.

Celebrity crush?
Johnny Depp
What has been your biggest accomplishment to date?
There has been so many amazing accomplishments that I’m  grateful for. I couldn’t choose just one. I’m very happy where I am in life and I’m excited to see where else it takes me.

When you’re in front of the camera what’s going through your mind?
Whatever emotion the photographer wants is usually what’s going through my mind. I don’t usually think of specific things-mostly feelings.

Which photographer would you be honored to work with?
Russell James.

How do you stay connected with your fans?
For the last year it’s been pretty much through the internet/social media, but this year I want to change that. I want to be more involved-- I want to give back what they gave me. I have a few ideas...

What’s something we don’t know about you?
I was home schooled my entire life. I’ve never been in a classroom.

Is Sydney everything you thought it would be?
Everything and more! I never thought I would feel so at home in a place so far away from my actual home. I’m going to miss Sydney, and cherish the memories I made here. I’ll definitely be back soon!

Maddison Brown for i-D Australia

Learn a thing or two about our Maddison Brown in her latest interview with i-D Australia Online..

I often wonder with busy teenagers, do you feel 17?
Sometimes I do. Sometimes I get in really stupid moods and I can't be serious and I just make a joke about everything. I think that probably annoys some people because lots of the people I'm around are older and I'm just this young kid who sometimes doesn't take much seriously.
Othertimes I feel like compared with other 17-year-olds I feel a lot more weathered from travelling and doing all that.

That's such a sad way to put it! 
It's a very eye opening experience.

So being a teenager is obviously pretty
It's awkward.

Do you feel awkward?
Sometimes, I feel like I have trouble connecting with people my own age because I've been working for so long. But then I have trouble connecting to people in their late 20s and 30s because I feel like there is such a big age gap. I don't know. It's about finding the right people I guess.

Do you think you'd feel more or less awkward if you weren't in the middle of all this?
I don't think I'd really care if I wasn't doing what I'm doing. I'd just be like, oh I'm 17 and I'm going to schoolies! It's the formal! I wouldn't be like, oh that was awful when I couldn't emotionally connect with that 30-year-old.

How do you feel about not going to schoolies?
It's a...I'm not really interested in a week of being extremely drunk. It's probably not what I want to do right now.

Trust me it's gross. 
(Laughs) I'm not surprised. My sister did it and it's not something I want to put myself through, until I'm 18 at least.

Did you do that formal?
No I didn't. I was going to go to pre drinks but I was just really, really exhausted. It was literally yesterday, but just after being sick and everything I had to say to my friends, I'm sorry but I can't come.
I was meant to go to New York as well but has to reshuffle that trip too. I wasn't even meant to be here for formal so that's why I wasn't really a part of it.

Do classic teenage rites of passage, like house parties when people's parents go away, still hold the same appeal to you?
No because I've lived overseas on my own so I haven't had the bond of the parents going away meaning a party. I remember the first time I went overseas on my own my agent said, now don't get into the partying. And I was just like, trust me it's not going to happen.

Was living alone weird?
Yeah it feels very, I don't know, very odd. When I get back my friends all talk about how crazy it was that I was living overseas by myself, but it's not as fun as it sounds. I had to do my own washing and grocery shopping and it was just a lot of responsibility. It wasn't just fun.

Do you feel more of an affinity towards modelling or acting?
I see myself as an actor, I did it before I did modelling. I felt like it was always something I wanted to do.

Which one are you better at?
They're different, I think it depends. Acting is more challenging, it's easier to say I'm better at modelling but the process is different. The preparation for acting is insane. With modelling you just do castings and stand there and leave. Acting is such an emotional investment. I hope I'm good at both. Modelling is less emotional effort.

You're 17 so I have to ask, do you have a crush on anyone?
 I do but I don't want to say in case they read this!

Photography Daniel Gurton
Make up Filomena

Milla for Pages Digital

Our blonde bombshell Milla looking out of this world for Pages Digitals 'Dark Storm'

Photographer: Jaime Smalley
Stylist : Emma Cotterill
Hair: Barney Martin @ Union Management
Makeup: Miriam Nichterlein @ Union Management

CHIC BLOGGER : Eleanor Pendleton
Gritty Pretty Magazine

Our star Cheyenne Tozzi covers Eleanor Pendleton's first issue of 'Gritty Pretty Magazine' which launched today!
We're so thrilled for our Chic Bloggers team and couldn't be happier with the stunning result!

Stephanie Joy Field for Tigerlily Campaign

Our star Stephanie Joy Field looks like the ultimate beach babe for Tigerlily Swimwear's latest 'Ibiza' Campaign.. We love!