go-see

go-see

(gō′sē′)
n.
A job interview for a model by a client.
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It was one fun show and his designs were inspiring,' shares Yaofa, who was one of the contestants for the digital reality show SM Youth Go-See Season 2.
Joining the SM Youth Go-See was one of the most memorable for me because I was able to meet new friends and experience how it is to be in a competition.
Although she did manage to become an extra for "Sex and the City," she described the go-see process as frustrating.
Rather than just sending clients off to go-sees, Muka hopes to provide more one-on-one interaction so that her models can make the best of their talent and beauty.
When your agency thinks you might be right for an assignment, it arranges a go-see between you and the client.
Busy models' work days vary and may consist of a series of go-sees, go--sees alternating with a shoot, or perhaps an all-day shoot.
Abuse of power has gone on for too long in so many places-including in Washington, in Hollywood, in broadcasting, journalism, Silicon Valley, and last but not least, in fashion, where many young women and men have spoken up about manipulation and coercion on go-sees, on shoots, and in other working environments.
He has also been attending acting workshops and making himself available for go-sees.
Her days are filled with go-sees, auditions, bookings, and shoots.
I did runway shows for designers who were awful when you couldn't find anybody else, and I got some commercials there for a while, but you are still sending me out on go-sees,' and I am sick of it.
It was quite difficult coming here and doing the whole rigmarole of go-sees and castings.
After meeting Ora, Graham, Elliot and Roach the girls are split into two groups and are sent off to go-sees.