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April 20 2006

Following a break of several years, charity champion and animal rights activist Heather Mills-McCartney has marked her return to fashion modelling by joining Zone, the fashion and VIP division of MOT models.

Heather is best known for her promotional work on a range of causes and charities such as protection for the baby seals of Canada and Adopt-a-Minefield, the landmines charity.

Most recently, Heather has taken on the fur industry with her husband Paul in a BBC 1 documentary ‘The McCartneys V The Fur Trade.’ In the documentary, which aired on BBC 1 last night (Wednesday April 19), Heather challenged, amongst other things, the notion of ‘fake’ fur which people believe to be more environmentally friendly without realising that it is actually comes from cats and dogs who are brutally killed.

Zone – which was launched in January 2006 – aims to provide its leading London fashion clients with excellent models, and a personal and professional service.

Zone Director Mike Illes says, “We are delighted to be able to welcome Heather into the network of Zone models and are very excited about the opportunity to represent her. As well as being a well known figure and involved in headlining a number of impressive causes, Heather is also an extremely talented model who is likely to continue to make an impact on the fashion and beauty scene.”


For further media information please contact:

Gareth Streeter on 020 7569 3044 ( or Amanda Parkinson on 020 7569 3043 (

For more information on Zone Models please contact:

Jess Illes (020 7297 2373) or Ruth Edwards (01442 863918)

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