ENTREPRENEUR AND TOP MODEL EXPANDS HER
SUCCESSFUL FASHION AND TALENT NETWORK
For Immediate Release
Attn: Fashion and Lifestyle Editors
Hilary Rowland started her businesses in 1995, when she was just 15 years old. Eleven years later, her award winning sites that include HILARY Magazine (www.hilary.com) and New Faces.com have achieved significant international readership growth.
"I'm excited about the way the network has been expanding" says Hilary. "It's been a labour of love."
Hilary is no stranger to innovation. HILARY Magazine was the first online women's magazine in North America. The magazine features Hilary's video interviews with top celebrities such as Charlize Theron.
Her New Faces(TM) was the first online portfolio database (of any kind). A summer project that she started when she was only 15 years old has blossomed into the most respected talent site. Boasting 60 million hits per month, with a current growth rate of over 35% every three months, it is frequented by the biggest names in the entertainment and modeling industries.
"We've found NewFaces.com to be an excellent way of discovering new models," says Matti, an agent at Elite Models, "I think part of the reason that New Faces does so well is that it is the brainchild of a professional model, who knows exactly what we need."
Currently represented by Elite, she started her career with FORD Models at age 16. Hilary has authored two "Insider's Guides" e-books on how to break into the modeling business, in which she shares her extensive insights into the world of modeling.
About HILARY Magazine - www.hilary.com
Launched in 1995, HILARY Magazine is North America's longest running online women's magazine. The magazine features articles related to fashion, travel, pop culture, and female empowerment.
About New Faces Talent - www.newfaces.com
Founded in early 1995, New Faces was the world's first online portfolio site. The site is used by top casting agents to choose models, actors, and photographers. New Faces is frequented by editors and casting agents from the largest companies in the business, such as MTV, Warner Brothers, etc.; top fashion houses from Dior to Diesel; and top magazines, from Vogue and Bazaar to FHM and Newsweek.