Australia’s Next Top Model has found some star power for the next season.
Twin supermodels, Jordan and Zac Stenmark, will join the cast of FOX8’s mega-hit series Australia’s Next Top Model as mentors alongside returning model mentor Cheyenne Tozzi.
The Stenmark twins are the latest addition to the landmark tenth season of the juggernaut modelling reality series, which began with auditions in Townsville earlier this week.
“This is such an exciting opportunity for us and we are stoked to be joining the new season to help mentor the girls alongside Cheyenne. Through the highs and lows of the modelling industry, we will be there every step of the way,” said Jordan Stenmark.
Zac Stenmark added: “We understand exactly what the girls will experience because we go through it on a daily basis – we’ve experienced so many of the same challenges over the last few years, which will be valuable to share. Of course there are also the amazing perks for them to experience, like shooting in incredible locations with the world’s top photographers and fashion’s biggest names.”
Since being discovered in 2011 the Stenmark twins have been in high demand, modelling for the likes of Abercrombie & Fitch, Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein. The IMG models are close to iconic designer Tom Ford, who helped launch their career with a 30-page editorial in L’Officiel Hommes in addition to cover shoots for prestigious publications including Vogue, Hercules and GQ.
The Sydney-raised models were first discovered while enrolled at The University of Sydney, where they were pursuing agricultural economics degrees on AFL scholarships. Soon after beginning their modelling careers, they booked work with some of the biggest name since the business including Bruce Webber, Terry Richardson, Carine Rotfield and Kate Upton.
Jordan and Zac Stenmark, 23, will make their first official appearance for Australia’s Next Top Model at the Sydney auditions on Friday September 25 at Blacktown Shopping Centre, and Saturday September 26 at The Overseas Passenger Terminal, Circular Quay from 10.30am.