JAG Models the first real modeling agency

Models at JAG Models

Models at JAG Models

A modeling agency where can mingle models sizes 34, 36, 38,40 , 42 or 48, sounds utopic? Not anymore! For the first time , in an industry that categorize women as “straight size” (0-2) or “plus size” (12-16) a modeling agency that gather under its management models of all sizes it sounds revolutionary . Who are they ?Jag Models

“Launched on July 1, 2013 JAG Models is an agency catering to women of all sizes. Co-founders Jaclyn Sarka and Gary Dakin have been in the industry for a combined 25 years and represent some of the industry’s top talent. Never ones to take no for an answer, or stick to conventional representation, they have placed girls in editorials and covers of such esteemed publications as Vogue, Elle, V, French and Bazaar” -JagModels.com 

After working for Ford models  that opened a plus size division back in 1998 ,Gary Dakin and Jaclyn Sarka decide to start their own modeling agency : Jag . But what makes it different from others? It is an agency of any size models .

“The average size of the girls [we represent] is a 14/16 but there are 10s and there are 18s and if there’s a size 8 or a size 6 that we fall in love with we’ll take them on,” Dakin continues. “We’re not going to limit ourselves, because the industry shouldn’t be limiting to anybody.”

Amber Tolliver at JAG Models

Amber Tolliver at JAG Models

Bree Warren at JAG Models

Bree Warren at JAG Models

Georgina at JAG Models

Georgina at JAG Models

Jennie Runk at JAG Models

Jennie Runk at JAG Models

Kaela Humphries at JAG Models

Kaela Humphries at JAG Models

Kaela Humphries at JAG Models

Kaela Humphries at JAG Models

Madison at JAG Models

Madison at JAG Models

Madison at JAG Models

Madison at JAG Models

Philomena at JAG Models

Philomena at JAG Models

Kamie Crawford at JAG Models

Kamie Crawford at JAG Models

Models at JAG Models

Models at JAG Models

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12 comments

  1. OMG, you totally made my day with this post. Those women are gorgeous and the clothes they are wearing (not wearing?) are gorgeous, too. Thank you COF! You do the BEST work!

  2. It’s about time the industry woke up and realised that seeing walking bird cages representing your hard work designs, that you’ve literally shed blood, tears and whatever else on is not one bit attractive or even nice to watch without reaching for the gag bag now and again. It’s totally disgusting, repulsive and unjust worthy of all your designs and doesn’t do them any good after spending all that time and effort to create your beautiful, spectacular work. I really don’t understand why they try to cater to the 2% instead of the majority of the population & to attract more buyers and supporters to your brands, someone really hasn’t thought this process through well enough, don’t you agree? It’s rather like advertising a push bike for a super Bugatti your selection process and marketing strategy model! Absolutely bizarre & disturbing that no one has caught onto this yet… Until now , thanks to JAG, to you I take my soles off & much respect & support for you guys! Xx 🌸💛🌹

  3. Reblogged this on Couture Mannequin and commented:
    It’s about time the industry woke up and realised that seeing walking bird cages representing your hard work designs, that you’ve literally shed blood, tears and whatever else on is not one bit attractive or even nice to watch without reaching for the gag bag now and again. It’s totally disgusting, repulsive and unjust worthy of all your designs and doesn’t do them any good after spending all that time and effort to create your beautiful, spectacular work. I really don’t understand why they try to cater to the 2% instead of the majority of the population & to attract more buyers and supporters to your brands, someone really hasn’t thought this process through well enough, don’t you agree? It’s rather like advertising a push bike for a super Bugatti your selection process and marketing strategy model! Absolutely bizarre & disturbing that no one has caught onto this yet… Until now , thanks to JAG, to you I take my soles off & much respect & support for you guys! Xx 🌸💛🌹

  4. Great post and finally some real women ; don’t you just hate it when a zero 0 model is still photoshopped for a magazine shoot ?
    These girls above all look gorgeous and healthy : the picture of Amber Tolliver is my fave here

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