Australian Supermodel of The Year 2023 is Now Open for Applicants from Indonesia!

Some of the Categories may have specific requirements like an age limit, and minimum height. Most categories, however, are open to all. Ensure that you are picking the right category according to your interest, passion and strengths. Applicants can change the category even after proceeded to the Entrant Stage. The Entrant Stage is the level after applicants are successful in the auditions.

The Auditions

The auditions are divided into two sections. Applicants will be required to send in a video answering a few questions once their application is approved. These questions are aimed at knowing more about the applicant as a person, understanding their passion and goals, and making sure they are aligned with ASOTY’s vision of a responsible, meaningful & purposeful world of modelling. 

The applicants will have two weeks to submit these videos after they receive the set of questions. It will also be required to include a short video showcasing candidate’s runway abilities. 

The second part of the auditions through a Zoom call with candidates who are successful in the first part of the auditions will then be scheduled.

The Grand Finale Night

The Grand Finale will consist of five rounds including:

  • A Denim Collection designed by ASOTY Vision Director & Fashion Director, Kal Kalim
  • A Swimwear & Resortwear Collection
  • An Activewear & Sportswear Collection
  • Collections from Australian & Indonesian Designers 

Sustainability Initiative

In 2023, ASOTY will become the first and only beauty pageant to ever feature Sustainable Fashion rounds during the Grand Finale. All the finalists will be required to bring two outfits for the Sustainability rounds.

  • An outfit recycled, repurposed or re-used. This could be from existing wardrobe, something passed on from Mother or Grandmother, or from a thrift shop
  • An outfit from a local designer or start-up in the origin city or country of the candidate. This is part of the ASOTY Supporting Local Businesses initiative

“Sustainability, sisterhood and supporting local businesses is a huge focus at ASOTY for the last two years. The grand finals this year are going to be more about social work, networking, cultural exchange and the final runway night which is the highlight of the entire program,” according to Kal Kalim, Vision Director & Fashion Director of ASOTY.

“ASOTY is continuously evolving as we respond to the needs and challenges of the new world. We are looking for girls who believe in something that is good for the planet and the human beings, girls who stand up for their beliefs and speak up about what they believe in. ASOTY was probably the first modelling competition to include girls of all sizes, shapes and skin colours, much before diversity and inclusion became buzz words in the industry. Going further, we are exploring diversity in thinking, beliefs, cultures and goals.”

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