In "Tough Decisions", Premier must decide which models to drop. New girls Abbie and India-Madeleine face some home truths, and boss Carole White talks candidly about the Charles Taylor trial and her relationship with supermodel Naomi Campbell.
In the final episode, "Tough Decisions", the agency decides to drop some of the models currently on its books. New girls Abbie and India-Madeleine face some home truths, and boss Carole White talks candidly about the Hague trial and her relationship with supermodel Naomi Campbell.
In "A Star is Born", Premier changes gear after the chaos of London Fashion Week and prepares to hype Leomie through the final chapter of Paris and then on to booking her first major magazine shoots, which could lead to high profile campaigns in the future.
In the penultimate episode, "A Star is Born", the agency changes gear after the chaos of London Fashion Week. Premier is preparing to hype their new girl Leomie, whom we follow through the final chapter of Paris and her first major magazine shoots, which could lead to big money in the future from high profile campaigns.
In "Model Behaviour", the pressure mounts and tempers fray as the bookers work day and night to get Premier girls booked for the top shows - vital for the agency's prestige - and the onus is on the bookers to beat their rivals...
In the fifth episode, "Model Behaviour", the pressure mounts and tempers fray as the bookers work day and night to get girls in from New York, and out to up to 20 castings a day. Getting Premier girls on the top shows is vital for the agency's prestige - and the onus is on the bookers to beat their rivals.
In "Boy trouble", commercial booker John returns to the office to talk it out with his bosses. Meanwhile, it's Men's Day in London Fashion Week and the pressure shifts over to the Men's Division...
After last week's showdown between Carole and Chris over commercial booker John's walkout, John returns to the office in the fourth programme, "Boy Trouble", to talk it out with his bosses - but not without more upset, misunderstanding and a well needed tête-à-tête down the local to get to the bottom of the problem.
In "Tired and Emotional", tensions are mounting as the pressure of London Fashon Week and sleep-deprivation take their toll...
In the third episode, "Tired and Emotional", London Fashion Week is upon us and madness has set in, as the agency faces long hours and the bookers become increasingly tired and sensitive. Tensions are rising between the editorial bookers, who must contend with LFW, and commercial booker John, who doesn't work on the shows. Sleep-deprivation is clearly taking its toll as they resort to comparing their own head measurements to get through a long evening.
In "New York", we follow Carole and Annie thru the agencies and Leomie thru the catwalk shows. Back in London staff relations are becoming strained...
In the second episode, 'Money Girls', Carole and Head of New Faces, Annie are in New York, meeting agencies to find out who the new, hottest models are. There, they will negotiate and 'trade' some of their own models to have the best girls from New York on Premier's books, and have them flown in for London Fashion Week.
In the first episode, 'New Faces', Premier are beginning one of their busiest periods - the September Show Season, which kicks off with New York Fashion Week.
Business for the bookers means organising their models for shoots, catwalk shows and castings, as well as the day to day running of the agency and liaising with 'walk-ins', models' parents, scouts, foreign agents, designers and photographers. In individual interviews, away from the office, Carole and her bookers talk of their nerves around Fashion Week, the need to find "that girl", and the immense pressure to secure shows each season with their models.