MAFS: Domenica Calarco lands a collaboration with a major retailer

She signed up for Married At First Sight to find a life partner, but Domenica Calarco has walked away with a career as an influencer.

The Sydney-based makeup artist, 29, has landed a collaboration with major Australian online fashion brand Showpo.

The retailer shared a short clip to Instagram earlier this week that teased a new collection in partnership with Domenica.

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Kicking goals: Married At First Sight bride Domenica Calarco has landed a collaboration with Australian online fashion brand Showpo

‘Collection dropping soon. Keep your eyes peeled for the launch date,’ the brand captioned the post.

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The video begins with Dom lying on the floor in a short green dress, before Instagram comments praising the MAFS bride fill the screen.

She then models a black cut-out dress with a high split, teasing the style of clothes that will feature in the collection.

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New deal: The retailer shared a short clip to Instagram earlier this week that teased a new collection in partnership with Domenica

New life: Showpo has kept Domenica busy attending several shows at Australian Fashion Week. (She is pictured here with Showpo founder and CEO Jane Lu and MAFS co-star Ella Ding)

Showpo has kept her busy attending several shows at Australian Fashion Week.

It comes after Domenica enlisted celebrity agent Sharon Finnigan, who represents the likes of Karl and Jasmine Stefanovic and Phoebe Burgess, to manage her.

SF Management confirmed the signing in a media newsletter. 

‘She’s going to be a star’: Domenica looks destined for a lucrative career in the entertainment industry, and recently enlisted celebrity agent Sharon Finnigan to manage her

‘The Sydney-based makeup artist has been dubbed loud, honest and bold, which is why Australians have adored her authenticity,’ the email read.

According to an insider, Domenica attended a series of meetings with Sharon and expressed her desire to launch her own podcast.

‘They think she is going to be a huge star, bigger than Martha Kalifatidis and Abbie Chatfield,’ the source revealed.

Martha who? According to an insider, Domenica attended a series of meetings with Sharon and expressed her desire to launch her own podcast