We're looking for two winners, a woman aged 16 to 24 and a man aged 18 to 24, who could become the country's next top models. If you've got what it takes, you can:
l Drop into the Model Team's offices in Glasgow any Tuesday or Wednesday from 3pm to 5pm until September 26, or
l Visit the Jigsaw store on George Street in Edinburgh on Thursday September 20 from 11am to 3pm, to have your photo taken.
l You can also enter by emailing an application to the Model Team. Terms and conditions published online include details of when, where and exactly how to enter.
The prize for both winners includes a one-year contract with the Model Team, £500 to spend in Jigsaw, and a selection of images taken by Herald & Times photographers. The 15 finalists will also take to the catwalk in a selection of Jigsaw's autumn/winter collection at Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow on November 18, at the Sunday Herald charity fashion show.
The Sunday Herald will publish photographs of all the entries in a special supplement on October 7. The public will then vote for their 40 favourites. Our fashion editor Eva Arrighi will choose her 10 favourites to join them in the semi-final, and this top 50 will then be whittled down by our panel of judges to 15 finalists, from whom the winners will be chosen.
Cathy Owen, Model Team's operations manager, said: "The Herald and Sunday Herald are renowned for producing excellent editorial stories, which are the holy grail of shoots for our new faces. We hope this will help discover models with high-calibre potential."
Karen Fuller, Jigsaw's retail director, said: "This venture will not only lead to a life-changing opportunity for the winning models, but also allows Jigsaw to showcase our beautiful Autumn/Winter collection."
The event is in support of Debra, the charity working on behalf of people with the genetic skin condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).
Jaye Hamilton, Debra's fund-raising manager, said: "It looks set to be a fun-filled evening, which will enable Debra to continue its vital work."