Pixie Geldof and Daisy Lowe move modelling agencies

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  • Pixie Geldof, Daisy Lowe and Alice Dellal leave Select Models

    Pixie Geldof, Dasiy Lowe and Alice Dellal have all left Select Model Management, amongst rumours that their party girl reputations have caught up with them.

    The London agency confirmed today that it had closed its talent section, and would no longer be representing all three girls: ‘It’s correct we no longer have a talent section in our agency. This included girls such as Lowe and Geldof but we cannot comment on individuals because of legal issues.’

    Despite a source telling the Daily Mail, ‘All the girls were being pictured partying hard. They were becoming over-exposed in the papers which is probably why Select thought the agency was moving in the wrong direction’, the girls’ new agency, Next, said this couldn’t be further from the truth. 

    ‘We are delighted to welcome Daisy Lowe, Pixie Geldof, and Alice Dellal amongst other top names to Next Model Management,’ London office director, Amanda Bretherton, said.

    ‘We pride ourselves on being one of the very top global model agencies and these girls will certainly benefit from moving to a company with offices in all the fashion capitals of the World.

    ‘They all have an international profile and are regarded as true professionals within the fashion industry. We are sure that they will be eagerly sought after by our most prestigious and exclusive clients. ‘

    The trio, who are regulars on the London social circuit, have all enjoyed huge success on the fashion scene.

    All three have starred in Agent Provocateur campaigns, while Geldof fronted ads New Look, and Lowe has posed for DKNY, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Pringle.



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