Appearance, grooming and dress should express a professional attitude.
your tote-bag and cosmetic case with the necessary items you will need.
Make additions as experience teaches.
backstage at least 30 minutes before the show. Go alone and do not have
your family or friends meet you or come backstage afte the show.
for the line-up of garments to be shown. Be sure you know the person and
garment you are to follow in each change.
5. See that
your garments are in the correct order. Organize your accessories.
6. If it
is necessary to remove hang-tags, do not destroy them. Pin them inside
the garment with a safety pin or put them in a pocket of the garment.
zippers and buttons so that you will be an exert at quick changes.
a receptive attitude toward any garment modeled to set the right mood.
9. Be considerate
of others. Remain as quiet as possible backstage. Do not gossip or discuss
the show or circumstances that arise during the show. Discuss the experiences
of the show afterward.
to the commentator, but do not look at her. Maintain eye contact with your
all garments to hangers and hang them properly. Place all accessories in
their original boxes, etc. Replace all hang-tags.
up all personal belongings and leave as quickly as possible.
names of people you would like to remember in your book.
give out your personal phone number.
15. If the
job involved pay, you are responsible for reporting your completion of
the assignment to your agency.