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Khloe Kardashian is searching for new models in Australia for her Good American ‘squad’

You could be the next Tammy Hembrow: Khloe Kardashian is searching for new women of all shapes and sizes in Australia to join her Good American ‘squad’

  • Khloe Kardashian is the owner of Good American, which is sold at The Iconic
  • The 35-year-old has brought her ‘Good Squad’ Down Under for a tour
  • They are looking for a woman to star in Good American’s latest LA campaign
  • The lucky winner will also have a chance to be signed with IMG agency 

Khloe Kardashian is looking for one lucky Australian to star in her clothing brand Good American’s latest campaign in Los Angeles – and anyone can enter.

The 35-year-old mother and reality TV star launched her all-inclusive label in 2016 with high-quality denim, dresses and tops catering sizes 00 through to 24.

Australian and New Zealand’s leading online retailer, The Iconic, have partnered with Good American to bring its global, body positive ‘Good Squad’ search Down Under for the first time.

Khloe Kardashian is looking for one lucky Australian to star in her clothing brand Good American’s latest campaign in Los Angeles – and anyone can enter (pictured with Tammy Hembrow)

Khloe is hosting an open casting call in Sydney on February 19 so all manner of women, whether they are models or not, have a chance to feature in her new campaign. 

Successful entrants will also have the chance to be signed with modelling agency IMG and start their career in fashion on a high note.  

‘Good American has always been about breaking down barriers and doing things differently,’ CEO and co-founder Emma Grede said, 

‘Four years ago Khloé and I started the #GOODSQUAD to represent and empower real women to drive positive change in inclusivity across the industry. 

Khloe is hosting an open casting call in Sydney on February 19 so all manner of women, whether they are models or not, have a chance to feature in her new campaign

Khloe is hosting an open casting call in Sydney on February 19 so all manner of women, whether they are models or not, have a chance to feature in her new campaign

Australian 'influencer' and fashion designer Tammy Hembrow (pictured), personal trainer Emily Skye and bikini designer Karina Irby have all worked with the brand in the past and had their curves celebrated

Australian ‘influencer’ and fashion designer Tammy Hembrow (pictured), personal trainer Emily Skye and bikini designer Karina Irby have all worked with the brand in the past and had their curves celebrated

‘Our annual, international open casting gives all women the chance to be cast in the #GOODSQUAD and our campaigns, and we couldn’t be more excited to take it to Australia.’ 

The casting will be between 3-7pm at Edward Imports Showroom, Unit 5, 50 Reservoir St, Surry Hills and callbacks will be on February 20 from 10am-2pm.

You’ll need to be over the age of 14 to be considered, with parental permission.   

Australian ‘influencer’ and fashion designer Tammy Hembrow, personal trainer Emily Skye and bikini designer Karina Irby have all worked with the brand in the past and had their curves celebrated.

Those who wish to enter will need to fill out a form on The Iconic website. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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