UK modelling agency breaks catwalk taboos

February 17, 2024

London (AFP) – Smashing the fashion world's rigid conventions, UK modelling agency Zebedee has been filling catwalks with a diverse array of models for seven years. A former social worker who often worked with disabled people, Winson founded the agency in 2017 with her sister-in-law Zoe Proctor, a former model. Zebedee works like any other agency, except that all of its models have a "visible difference". Caroline Rush, director of London Fashion Week organiser the British Fashion Council, said that "in terms of size inclusivity, we've been the number one fashion capital for a few seasons." "The catwalks in London feel, I think, very different to quite a few of the other fashion capitals.