Sunday, August 19, 2007

Hilary Duff model search picks 3 grand prizewinners from across Canada

Published Thursday August 16th, 2007
TORONTO (CP) - Three girls have been selected to represent Hilary Duff's tween clothing line Stuff by Hilary Duff. Duff, who recently released her fourth studio album "Dignity," along with representatives from Zellers and Ford Models, chose the winners from among more than 3,000 contestants.

Anna Iliscupidez, 12, of Red Deer, Alta., six-year-old Emma Gallagher of Harvey, N.B., and Nicole Kent, 11, of St. Catharines, Ont., were the winners.

"Picking the winners was really hard to do. There were so many girls with great photos and amazing essays. I loved reading what everyone had to say," Duff said in a news release.
Anna, Emma and Nicole each get a $1,000 shopping spree, a chance to meet Duff in Toronto and a professional photo shoot with hair, makeup and Stuff by Hilary Duff wardrobe. The photos will be featured in a Zellers circular, as well as online at and

Twelve runners-up will receive Duff products including fragrance, her latest CD and her fashion doll. The model search was sponsored by Zellers, eTalk, Mattel, Ford Models and Elizabeth Arden.
Stuff by Hilary Duff tween fashion and home line is available at Zellers.

Her Canadian tour launched July 28 in Winnipeg and ends in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., on Sept. 11.