Press Release

The Ivorymodels Management Agency, a models management company based in Ibadan hereby calls for female models to be part of their upcoming academy coming up first quarter of 2017.

Are you a female model or aspiring?

Do you live or work in Ibadan or nearby?, then, here is an opportunity for you to be part of the Ivorymodels Academy.

To start, send your BIO DATA and PICTURES to: 0809 227 00 99, OR 0806 492 76 22

About Ivorymodels

Ivorymodels is a modeling agency dedicated towards helping young beauties in discovering their talents and projecting African beauty to the World stage. The brand is strongly bent towards projecting the best of African fashion, lifestyle and trends.

  • Ivorymodels is a professional Modeling Agency in Nigeria. We provide individual approach, care of the image of the best contracts jobs in Abuja, Enugu, Kano, Lagos, Port Harcourt, Ibadan, Akure and other parts of Nigeria, Africa and around the world. We deliver the best models to suit client’s want, having from the little kids to the top astonishing female models. We offer support services to event host and directors. We are opened to all kinds of modeling related deals which are legal by law.
  • Ivorymodels’ clients are style-setting celebrities gracing renowned fashion publications, television and movie screens, prestigious ad campaigns and ultra-chic catwalks from Lagos to Abuja, and across Africa and beyond.
  • Ivorymodels is dedicated to scouting fresh new talent who have what it takes to become the next top model, all while maintaining dynamic relationships with local, national, and international clients.

We promote our models through customized portfolios, magazines, billboards, television and on the internet via websites and social media platforms.

We also do these through our annual event tagged: IVORYMODELS RUNWAY INITIATIVE (IRI).



Ivorymodels Runway Initiative
Presents : IVORY RUNWAY 2015



Ivory Runway 2015: Cancer Awareness and Sensitization Edition.

Star Prize: Toyota Solara Car and 2 weeks all expense paid trip to Dubai 1st Runner Up: Deep Freezer, 6 Months Spa Service, 6 Months Free Hair Plus other consolation prizes for runner ups

Audition for models:

Date: 25- 10 – 2015

Venue: Kayo Collections, No 1, Gbadebo Street, Mokola(Very Close to the Etisalat office) Ibadan.


Call the following numbers to get your forms:
Olajide: 08064927622
BETevents: 07053855222
Demola: 08083750259
Oche: 0813 364 8031

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Twitter: @ivorymodels


Ivory Runway 2015: Calls for Models

Ivorymodels Runway 2015: Cancer Awareness and Sensitization- Calls for Models.


Ivory Runway in Ibadan

Are you a young lady between the ages of 16-26 years old?
Are you pretty and bold for the Ivory Runway?


This is your opportunity to be the brand ambassador of Ivorymodels Initiative and stand the chance to grace major billboards and Covers of Magazines.

Be at the  IVORY RUNWAY auditions on September 26th 2015 @ iCreate Tech Hub, Omo Gafo House(Beside Wallan Hotel), Ring Road, Ibadan.

Time: 12noon.


All participants should be at least 5’8ft tall; model size and must appear in white tan top& blue/black jeans with 6 inches black heels.

Please NOTE: Audition is totally FREE and open to female models only.

Call:  08064927622 or 07034208698 for more details. Pls kindly share.

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MORE PHOTOS: Actress from Philippines Crowned Miss World 2013

Philippines’ representative Megan Young becomes the “most beautiful woman in the world” as she wins the Miss World 2013 title during the pageant’s coronation night on September 28 (Saturday) in Bogor, Bali, Indonesia.

A 23-year-old Filipina-American actress turned beauty queen, overtook 126 candidates from all over the globe, earning first ever Miss World title for the Philippines.

Young was one of the favorite, as she won also won the Top Model challenge event and excelled in the Beach Fashion pre-pageant challenge, where she was among the 11 finalists earlier this month.

In the question and answer portion where the candidates were given 30 seconds to tell the judges why they deserve the crown, Young expressed her belief in a “core value of humanity” which guides people’s actions. She hopes to use this to show others how they may contribute to society.

For the “Beauty with a Purpose” challenge, Megan chose to extend aid to flood victims in the Philippines.

The new Beauty Queen will be departing to London where she will reside during her reign, according to the tradition of the pageant.

Here are the winners:

MISS WORLD: Megan Young (Philippines)

1ST PRINCESS: Marine Lorpheline (France)

2ND PRINCESS: Carranzar Naa Okailey Shooter (Ghana)

Almost 700 police were deployed across Bali to provide security for Miss World, backed by traditional Balinese security personnel wearing sarongs and armed with daggers, according to police.

Before the beauty queens took to the stage for Saturday’s final, the audience were treated to a performance by British boy band Blue.
In the weeks leading up to the final, the contestants took part in a series of “challenge” events for which they were awarded points.
These include a “beach fashion” round, which this year saw contestants swap the pageant’s famed bikinis for sarongs in a bid to avoid causing offence in Muslim-majority Indonesia.
The finalists also faced a question-and-answer round from a panel of judges.

A total of 129 contestants had been due to compete in the final but two pulled out at the last minute, according to organisers.

Mixed reactions trail Muslimah beauty pageant won by Nigerian girl

Mixed reactions have trailed the just concluded World Muslimah Beauty Pageant organized for the Islamic womenfolk as a suitable option to the glamorous Miss World beauty pageant. The pageant which held in Jakatar, Indonesia last week, saw young Nigerian University of Lagos student, Aisha Ajibola Olabiyi, clinch the winning title, with a cash prize of $2,200 and a trip to Mecca.

Muslim women and scholars have reacted to the pageant. Some feel the pageant violated the Islamic rule on women, while others say it’s a welcome development. See their reactions below…


Islamic activist, Professor Lakin Akintola released a press statement commending the organizers of the pageant as well as felicitating with the winner. Professor Akintola said:

“We align with the contest in view of the fact that the criteria were not indecent exposure and provocative postures. The contestants were tested in the areas of recitation of the Glorious Qur’an, Islamic biography, Islamic jurisprudence and current affairs. The event has also proved beyond reasonable doubt that Islam doesn’t repress its women neither does it push them to the background. The event has added another feather to the cap of Nigeria and the African continent as a whole.

However some other scholars have expressed their opinions against the pageant saying “Muslimah beauty is for the husband to see not the world.”

Faraq Musadiq, the president of the Muslim Student Society of Nigeria, UNILAG chapter said:

Regardless of the goodness the organizers claim they are trying to achieve with it, the means is totally unlawful and both the end and the means must be justifiable by Islam. finally the prophet made it clear when he said “Whoever copies a group is part of them”

Also speaking against the pageant, the President of the Muslim Students’s Society of Nigeria (MSSN), Lagos Area Unit, Alhaji Qasim Badrudeen said

“We cant commend such act because it is not part of our religion. Our niqab (veil) is not for beauty contest. It is for modesty. Hijab is our epitome of honor and should be treated as such. It should not be used for a dog-to-play thing and we must know that because some people are doing it doesn’t mean we should do it. Remember what our prophet said, anyone that behaves like them is one of them.

Aboo aamir al-Atharee, a popular Ede, Osun state Muslim Scholar said the Paegent is madness, foolishness, craziness, corruption of land calling to lewdness and obscenity. He said

“May Allah help Eka Ashanti, the Indonesian chief organizer of the contest to quick repentance”.

A scholar for the pageant said:

“It is a good initiative but I don’t support the word ‘beauty contest’ because there’s nothing like that in Islam. They should have tagged it ‘The World Quranic Competition or something else instead of pageant”

Aisha Zarumi described the pageant as a sinful act in the sight of Allah. She said

“It is madness of the highest order. Innovation is spreading everywhere. End time is near and the future of our kids is at stake. It is a horrible act, very shameful”

Abiodun Subair said

“It is not what you contest for, simply because others are doing it. Do we really have to follow Christians in everything they do, even when it leads to doom? This is un-Islamic. We are described as the best ummah, so we are meant to be imitated, not imitating or copying people ignorantly.”