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STRUTTING HER STEF; Paralympian hits the catwalk.

STUNNING Stef Reid swapped the long jump for a short trip down the catwalk last night as she strutted her stuff as a model.

The Paralympic silver medallist, 29, who hopes to compete for Scotland at the Commonwealth Games next year, was given a taste for fashion earlier this year at a charity show for Models of Diversity.

And after being snapped up as one of the faces of Debenham's, Stef has now been lured from the track to show off fashions at London's Ideal Christmas Show.

Steff said: "I've loved everything I have done in the fashion world.

"I believe all bodies matter and that all bodies deserve to be dressed well and represented in the fashion industry."

Models of Diversity chief Angel Sinclair said: "Not only is Stef a great role model for people with disabilities, she is a great model for people without disabilities."


STEPPING OUT Stef looks the part on the catwalk. Right, at the Paralympics
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Nov 14, 2013
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