One of the UK’s leading magazine’s Flavour is running its annual presenting/model competition in search of exceptional new talent. The lucky winner will have their modelling/entertainment career launched with the support and guidance of Flavour Magazine and be given the chance to feature in a fashion shoot, win lots of amazing prizes and receive unprecedented exposure.




The live final takes place at a plush London venue Café de Paris on Wednesday 9th November 2011 where Miss Flavour 2011 will be crowned.  Miss Flavour’s live events are a dynamic fusion of fashion, dance and music. Each year young women choose to compete in Miss Flavour in front of high profile celebrities, top professionals within the creative industries and members of the public to promote themselves and win amazing prizes. Miss Flavour is an opportunity to network, make new friends and gives you the chance to bring you a step closer to achieving your goals. Hundreds of applicants enter but only one will be crowned Miss Flavour 2011.

Doors open at 9pm. The show starts at 10.30pm sharp. Last entry 1am.

Performances by:
Sam Garrett
The Fuel Girls
Axel the Entertainer
Miss Flavour 2010 Neetu Sahota

Celebrity judges on the night are:
Actor – Adam Deacon (Anuvahood, Shank, Kidulthood)
Music artist- Mz Bratt
Model – Anthony Kay (Dirty Sexy Things)
SBTV’s – Jamal Edwards
Miss Flavour 2009 – Melissa Lewars

Venue Address: Cafe de Paris, 3 Coventry Street, London W1D 6BL

For updates on the event visit
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One of the FAB models in the running for Miss Flavour 2011 walked the catwalk at our FABulous Stylish Day event held in August at RS Lounge… Meet Ami Anselle…






Born in Kinshasa , Democratic Republic of Congo to a Congolese Christian mother and Malian Muslim father Ami moved to France with her mom at a tender age. Armed with a degree in communication Ami decided to boost her modelling career and decided to leave France for London where “the fashion is way more free and cosmopolitan than in France’ says Ami who believes there are more opportunities for young black women in the UK.
Since moving to London and becoming a Miss flavour Finalist Ami has worked with a lot of different great photographers and fashion designers in amazing venues and has just achieved and concluded her first London fashion week walking the runway for some amazing brands.

Ami says she likes to try to do as much work as possible to open doors for her in this industry. She loves modeling and enjoys being on a shoot or on a catwalk. She says she is aware that a modeling career is not forever and hopes that with a career like this she will be able tocreate her own fashion company and most importantly her own charity back home. She has been inspired by the French model Katoucha who used her notoriety to create her own charity in Guinea before she sadly passed away. Ami is enjoying everything in the present and doing everything possible now to achieve her dreams. The sky is her only limit to succeed.





Who will last year’s winner Neetu Sahota hand her crown too?… You’ll have to be there to find out!

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