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Kujtim Tremkolli


Represented by World Management

Height:180cm - 5'11

Wiast: 76cm - 30

Chest: 97cm - 38

Eye color: Green

Hair color: bark brown

Shoe size: 42eur - 10US/CA

Tremkoli has participated in runway shows across Ontario and has been featured in modelling contests. After working with ‘Modelling Expressions’ in Cambridge for a year, Tremkoli quickly learned the ropes of how to become a professional model. 

After participating for a few smaller shoots and projects around Kitchener and Waterloo, Tremkoli was introduced to “Supermodel Canada” which helped put him on the modelling map. In 2018, Tremkoli entered Supermodel Canada, where he represented the Kitchener and Waterloo region. 

“I found this post on Facebook asking if I wanted to be a part of Supermodel Canada,” said Tremkoli. “After I entered they took my measurements and I was selected for the next Supermodel Canada challenge. I was very nervous and had some jitters. There were so many cameras just flashing everywhere. Then I went backstage and they told me I did great, awesome! It was my first major runway, there were so many people but I eventually became very comfortable with the camera.” 

After the initial voting process, Tremkoli found himself in the top 50 models competing for the win. With online votes from his family, friends, and supporters, he found himself as one of the top 30 male supermodel contestants. 

“After that [Supermodel Canada] things really started to pick up for me,” said Tremkoli. “I met a lot of photographers and people in the [modelling] industry. That’s where I met World Management. I am currently on contract with them.

After placing in Supermodel Canada’s top 30 models, Tremkoli feels that his modelling career will be filled with many unknown and unexpected opportunities. 

“I’m devoted to the [modelling] process itself,” said Tremkoli. “The modelling field is such a competitive field, you never really know where you’re going to land, there are so many opportunities.” 

With the recent social changes brought about by Covid-19, Tremkoli remains positive that the fashion industry will stay strong and that although modelling will be different due to social distancing rules, it will still be a prominent part of the fashion world. As many designers are switching to online runway shows to support social distancing rules, many brands are reducing the number of people involved in the shoots. 

“Designers are going to shift everything and change everything,” said Tremkoli. “From photo shoots with camera [operators] and designers, everyone needs to take those precautions.” 

When it comes to modelling, Tremkoli has quickly started to mark his place in the industry. His advice to young aspiring models? 

“If you want to become a full time model, just stick to the process,” said Tremkoli. “Nothing is guaranteed, you never know where you’re going to land.”

Article by Alexandra Sempie

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Exclusive photoshoot for Winter 2020 Issue of Zolota

Photographer: Alissa Baltazar

Model: Kujtim Tremkolli

Model Agency: World Management

Exclusive photoshoot for Fall 2020 Issue of Zolota

Photographer: Alissa Baltazar

Wardrobe Stylist & Props Buyer: Anna Shreyer

Model: Kujtim Tremkolli

Model Agency: World Management

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