San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Nicolita Swimwear is casting (3) models of all shapes and sizes for an upcoming photo shoot for her 2015 line. This is a LIVE casting at the Surfcomber in South Beach. Please arrive with bathing suit on and have high heels with you. You will walk for the Designer/ Founder of Nicolita Swimwear. Selects will be made by the end of the casting day and the photo shoot will take place July 18th.
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Nicolita Swimwear and ExploreModeling
NICOLITA’s designer, Nicole Di Rocco, established NICOLITA Swimwear in 2003. For the last ten seasons, Di Rocco's designs and creative direction has built her brand by focusing on conservative sexy and curve conscious styles. Drawing inspirations from her family's cultural Cuban roots, Nicole Di Rocco continues to create each collection that is reminiscent of Cuba's alluring 1940's era. By blending vintage glamour with modern day silhouettes, NICOLITA has set itself apart in the swimwear industry. The company continues to attract a broad range of fans and celebrities worldwide including Britney Spears, Eva Longoria and Christina Milian.
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