Series 1 · Episode 1
This new series goes inside the offices of Premier Model Management to reveal the realities of life in the world's most glamorous industry.
Series 1 · Episode 2
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.
Series 1 · Episode 3
Madness has set in during London Fashion Week, as the agency face long hours and the bookers become increasingly tired and sensitive. Tensions are rising between the editorial bookers, who have Fashion Week to contend with.
Series 1 · Episode 4
After the showdown between Carole and Chris over booker John's walkout, John returns to the office to talk it out with his bosses, but not without more upset and misunderstanding.
Series 1 · Episode 5
The pressure mounts and tempers fray as the bookers work day and night to get the girls in from New York, and out to up to 20 castings a day, before finding out who's booked whom for which shows. Getting their girls on the top shows is vital for the agency
Series 1 · Episode 6
The agency changes gear after the chaos of London Fashion Week. Now they're preparing to hype their new girl Leomie through the final chapter of Paris and an unexpected drama unfolds when world famous photographer Mario Testino asks to meet.
Series 1 · Episode 7
In the final episode, tough decisions are being made as the agency decides to drop some of the models currently on its books, new girls Abbie and India-Madeleine face some home truths, and Carole talks about her relationship with supermodel Naomi Campbell.
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