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Battle of the Best Catwalk Models

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Young model hopefuls parade in front of the judges - in the hope of being selected for the Myer Autumn Winter 2013 Collection Launch.

Young model hopefuls parade in front of the judges - in the hope of being selected for the Myer Autumn Winter 2013 Collection Launch. Photo: Justin McManus

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