Heather Stewart-Whyte is a British model who can look great in anything from the sexiest black dress like the Rive Gauche number in the photo below . . .
. . . or in a more casual outfit.
Heather Stewart-Whyte was a seventeen-year old governess when got her first modeling job by answering an Elite Model Management ad. Her first gig was a nice learning experience for her, and she didn't think she was quite ready yet. She waited to devote herself to being a full-time model when she turned 21, in 1989.
Ms,. Stewart-White - as posh and as British as her double surname suggests - became a runway regular at all of the big fashion shows throughout the nineties, modeling for Giorgio Armani and Yves Saint Laurent, among others. Her magazine cover credits include the Marie Claire and Elle in her native Britain, France, Germany and Italy, Vogue in France, and also Elle and Vogue in Spain. American covers? Sorry, I couldn't find any credits for U.S. covers - I suppose she was just too good for us unwashed Yanks.
She also did ads for Christian Dior, Guy Laroche, and L'Oreal, and she became the first face of Tiffany as well.
You can learn more about Heather Stewart-Whyte - and listen to her incredibly cultured voice - in the video interview with her below.
She remains active as a model, working through the Models 1 agency.
Fun fact: Her father was a leading member of Britain's Conservative Party.