Four Cambridge University students could be offered professional modelling contracts after appearing at the university's charity fashion show.
The amateur models wore student and designer fashions
Model agency Storm, which represents Kate Moss, Elle Macpherson, and Sophie Dahl, said it was "very interested" in two women and two men.
An agency spokeswoman said it hoped to
photograph the students in London soon.
They had auditioned for the charity show by submitting passport-sized photos for public votes on a website.
"The show was professionally executed with slick choreography, fabulous atmosphere and great humour," the spokeswoman said.
"The boys and girls were sexy and gorgeous."
More than 40 students - women and men - strutted their stuff at the second annual show in Cambridge this week.
The models wore outfits created by both student and top-name designers.
The show raised money for charities, including SPECeast, which helps underprivileged children in the UK, and Task Brasil, which supports Brazilian street children.
Students took to the catwalk for the first time last year and organisers said the show will become an annual event.