An aspiring model of Melbourne awoke with a shock this morning after a newspaper mistakenly identified as a girl discovered by a modeling agency.
The Sun Herald reported head models Chadwick Matthew Anderson has been desperately searching for a candidate in the appeal of casting Melbourne Spring Fashion week open for "true model", which disappeared before it got to sign on your agency.
A journalist from the Herald Sun has accompanied Mr. Anderson outside City Hall after the show in an attempt to find the "big brown striking", but it could not be found.
This morning, the newspaper published a story about the search for Anderson for 17 years Tailah Foley, but was forced to back down after publishing a photo of a different girl in the parade.
Earlier this morning, told Radio 3AW Tailah who does not understand, he wanted one of the top modeling agencies in the country.
"We thought nobody wanted to talk to us," he said.
"I saw [the call] on Facebook and thought I'd give it a chance because I always wanted to do modeling."
Later Tailah father called us and said Darryl 3AW his daughter was not the girl photographed by the newspaper.
"Unfortunately, not my daughter," said Foley.
But Mr. Anderson confirmed to MSN Tailah was indeed the girl who wanted to sign.
"Tailah daughter is correct, we are looking for," said Anderson.
"I think she has a very good potential."
Organizers of the Fashion Week in Melbourne quickly find the girl of the photo in the photo - Shhobaa elevation - and now she and appear in the parade Tailah Target Fashion Week on Saturday evening.
It is believed that Ms. Palan has discovered the photo when his brother warned the newspaper article.
But all is not lost on MS Pad with MSN Anderson says he also happy to meet him.