If you are looking for the Beach version of this game, see Top Models Inc. Fashion Show Beach Edition. If you are looking for the building in which this game resides in, see Top Models Inc.

Top Models Inc.


When was it made
Beginning of Fantage
Top Models Fashion Show
How popular?
Hundreds of Fantagians played this.
The Model Medals: Model Participant, Model, Top Model, Elite Model, International Super Model, Universal Super Model
Medals (con.)
The Judge Medals: Judge Participant, Rookie Judge, Fantage Elite Judge, Fantage Supreme Judge
2009 (Originally) 2014 (Reopened)
Opened till the closure of Fantage
Late 2013
VIP Lounge Opened
2009 (Originally) Early January 2014 (Reopened)

Top Models Inc. Fashion Show is one of Fantage's most popular games. This multi-player fashion game is in the Top Models Inc. building in Downtown.


There will be two categories in this part of the article, the host and the player. Each one shows how you get into the game as each.

Host: Click on Host a Fashion Show. You will need 5 or more people to start the show. You can have up to 10 people. You can only choose the theme for Round 1 and 2. At Round 3, Fantage will choose what the players should dress up. You get Stars and Judge Points for your Judge Medal.

Player: Click on one of the available fashion shows to enter. You will have to wait for the host to start the show. When the host gives the theme out, you must dress up as the theme said with the theme's hint. You'll be given points. You will get more points if you pose. To pose is to choose the correct action that you are told to do at the correct timing. The correct timing is before the 1 disappears and takes a picture. You'll realize that Fantage picks the outfit you must wear for Round 3. At the end, if you are 1st, 2nd, or 3rd or more, you'll get Stars and Model Points for your Model Medal.


  • Red (Red, as in color.)
  • Orange (Orange color, like.. Orange?)
  • Yellow (Anything with color yellow in it.)
  • Green (Anything with color green in it.)
  • Blue (Anything with color blue in it.)
  • Purple (Purple! Anything with purple in it.)
  • Black (Anything with black in it.)
  • Brown (Brown and Brownish.)
  • Pink (The color Pink! Not the Singer!)
  • White (White is the new white.)
  • Bright (Anything bright and eye grabbing, if it can blind people, it's good.)
  • Formal (Dress to impress in your finest suits, gowns, tuxedos, and prom attire!)
  • Dark (Dark items, not necessarily black... anything dark..)
  • Patterned (Items with patterns on them like stripes and polka dots for example.)
  • Animal (Animals, you know, the cute things that usually have four legs.)
  • Earthy (Earthy... from the Earth? Your browns and greens, maybe bio-degradable items...)
  • Beach (Beach wear, swim wear and general hot day attire.)
  • Fantasy (Something special, extraordinary, perhaps magical, maybe futuristic, and more...)
  • Food (Can you eat it?)
  • Goofy (Silly, frivolous and whimsical items fun in nature.)

Retired After the Reopening of Top Models Inc.

  • Retro (Items you might see people on TV wear but no one else wears.... stuff from like the 30s-80s.)
  • Historic (Classical historical get-ups, based on real things, but, old...)
  • Star (Items with a star logo or pattern.)
  • Professional (Clean and professional looking outfits, no jeans or pajamas.)
  • Psychedelic (Colors, crazy colors, mass amounts of crazy colors.)
  • Punk (Non-comforting clothes... trying hard to be different and stand out.)
  • Pointy (Pointy - does it have points? Spikes and sharp corners, the more points, the pointier it is.)
  • Preppy (You know preppy, the fancy private school type)
  • Holiday (Holiday garb, items for celebrating certain days.)
  • Combat (Battle gear, this includes your armors, uniforms, and other stuff remotely related to fighting.)
  • Sporty (Active wear, can you run, jump, swim, or play in it?)
  • Fancy (Nice items for special occasions, suits, dresses, and other really nice looking clothes that you don't wear normally.)
  • Snowy (Does it have a winter theme or is it something you would wear in the snow?)
  • Magical (Think witchcraft, wizardry, and general supernatural moment! Maybe break out those magic wands?)
  • High Fashion (Break out your runway best! Over-the-top fashion suitable for a supermodel.)
  • Halloween (Booooo! Wear your spookiest attire for lots of points! Regular costumes count too.)
  • Pop Star (Dress like a popstar in your best rockin' and poppin' styles!
  • Spooky (Ghosts, goblins, witches, or anything scary and ghoulish!)

Retired Sometime During 2009

  • Rare (Items from the wizard shop, rarer the better.)
  • Ethnic (Clothes or items from different cultures.)

(The descriptions in the parentheses are the in-game descriptions of each theme)


  • Even though the chat bar is not present during the posing phases of the game, players can still chat with each other. They can talk to each other by pressing Enter and then typing a message and pressing Enter again.
  • Before the reopening, there could have been multi-themes in the first round and single themes in the second round. Multi-themes could have also been two colors or two themes in general.
  • In 2009, a soundtrack that was different from the old Top Models Inc soundtrack played during fashion shows. This presumingly changed sometime during late 2009 or early 2010.
  • Sometime in 2009, the themes "Ethnic" and "Rare" retired.
  • In November of 2013, the themes "Retro", "Historic", "Star", "Professional", "Psychedelic", "Punk", "Pointy", "Preppy", "Holiday", "Combat", "Sporty", "Fancy", "Snowy", "Magical", "High Fashion", "Halloween", "Popstar", and "Spooky" retired.
  • Most of the retired themes are seen in the "theme bar" of the inventory as of April 8, 2016. Their texts are colored violet.
  • Female non-members can only get the minimum score of 5 in the retired theme, Combat, until 2011, when they can get items from the monthly visits of Captain Cody, which count as Combat-themed.
  • When the host of the fashion show leaves before the second round, the second round's theme will not be multi-themed, and will always just be one color theme.
  • There are bots (fake players, controlled by a computer) as hosts and contestants. Most of the time, there are 3 bots in one fashion show. They never talk. Bots have patterns in their names, like having "super" at the end of their names or "4u".
  • In Round 3, Fantage picks items from some of (sometimes all of) the contestants to make the final outfit.

- A distinct feature of the bots as contestants is that they tend to dress up like a Fantagian from 2010 because they usually have 2010 clothes on. Another one is that after they change clothes, their eyes go to the Original Eyes and their skin changes to the whitest skin. (unless they already have these eyes and skin when they enter the fashion show)

- A distinct feature of the bots as hosts is that they can move while they are picking a theme and they seem like they only wait for the picking theme timer to end and let Fantage choose the theme automatically instead.

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