FROM VEG VERSACE!Miss Scotland Isla Sutherland has quit selling fruit and veg at her local supermarket because she wants to be a superMODEL.
Stunning Isla, 20, got bored with broccoli after becoming the nation's beauty queen in August.
So she chucked in her job at Somerfield to chase her dream - starring on the catwalks of fashion giants like Versace.
Former Miss Scotlands Eileen Catterson and Sarah McCrae went on to modelling stardom.
Other past winners are begging Isla not to set her sights too high.
But the 34-24-34 brunette reckons that with luck, she can be Clackman- nan's answer to Claudia Schiffer Claudia Schiffer (born August 25, 1970) is a German supermodel and actress, who reached the height of her popularity during the 1990s. Schiffer is one of the world's most successful supermodels, appearing on over 500 magazine covers .
"I'm taking the chance and seeing what will come of it," said Isla at her home in Sauchie.
"I don't know Don't know (DK, DKed)
"Don't know the trade." A Street expression used whenever one party lacks knowledge of a trade or receives conflicting instructions from the other party. what the future holds. This time last year I didn't think I'd be Miss Scotland."
Isla went into the cut-throat world of beauty contests with little modelling experience.
But after her Scottish title, she beat hundreds of professionals to finish in the top 10 of the United Kingdom contest.
Isla had worked at Somerfield since leaving school, but left after realising she was taking more days off to go modelling than she was working.
She has opened beauty salons, starred in fashion shows, and met TV's Gladiators gladiators [Lat.,=swordsmen], in ancient Rome, class of professional fighters, who performed for exhibition. Gladiatorial combats usually took place in amphitheaters. They probably were introduced from Etruria and originally were funeral games. while working at the Scottish Motor Show.
Now she has signed with one of Scotland's top model agents.
She said: "I'm with the Neil Drover agency, who also have Carol Smillie Carol Smillie (surname pronouced "smiley") (born December 23, 1961 in Glasgow) is a Scottish television personality, best known for presenting the BBC series Changing Rooms and is the author of Carol Smillie's Working Mum's Handbook. and Eileen Catterson on their books.
"It's hard trying to look your best all the time, especially on a bad hair day!
"But this is something I've always wanted to do, and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that everything will work out."
As Isla reached for the stars, former Miss Scotlands warned her the title is NOT a passport to fame.
Sheena Drummond, who won the Scots and UK contests in 1969, said: "I'd advise Isla to quit modelling and put all her energy into education. It's much more important.
Linda Renton, winner in 1983, added: "The contest was really big when I won, but now most people couldn't name Miss World, never mind Miss Scotland.
"And without being catty cat·ty 1
adj. cat·ti·er, cat·ti·est
1. Subtly cruel or malicious; spiteful: a catty remark.
2. Catlike; stealthy. , you really must be top-notch to be a supermodel."
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
MUM of two Linda Renton, 36, won the title in 1983. She now spends more time with kids Hannah, four, and Mark, two, than on modelling.
SIXTIES stunner stunner
device used in abattoirs to stun an animal so that it is unconscious when it is bled out.
a captive-bolt, nonpenetrating device, activated by a standard bullet. Sheena Drummond, the 1969 winner, is a 46-year-old charity fund-raiser whose son and daughter model part-time.
BLONDE beauty Natalie Devlin, 30, married ex-Rangers and Aberdeen goalie Nicky Walker Joseph Nicol 'Nicky' Walker (born September 29, 1962 in Aberdeen) is a former Scottish professional football goalkeeper.
Walker started his career with Elgin City in the Highland League before signing for Leicester City aged 17. , whose family own Walkers shortbread Walkers Shortbread is a Scottish manufacturer of shortbread, biscuits, cookies and crackers. The company is Scotland's biggest exporter of food. 
The company's signature pure butter shortbread is baked in the Moray village of Aberlour, Speyside, to an original .