Young Vietnamese model Jessica Minh Anh, who is also the director of UK agency J Model Management, is ready to take high fashion 44m off the ground in the very first fashion show to be held on London's iconic Tower Bridge.

The grand J Autumn Fashion Show catwalk, to be organised on October 19, will feature top designers from over 20 countries including British fashion leader Paul Costelloe and France's Kenzo, as well as showcase young talents, according to J Model Management.

"There has never been such a show on the bridge before, partially due to certain technical challenges, but we've sorted them all out," said Minh Anh, who's fresh off an international success with the J Summer Fashion Show at the Savoy London in June.

The Tower Bridge show will take place on a 66m-long catwalk and will be shown on screens on the bridge to high profile guests including brand managers, diplomats and the directors of the 2012 Olympics in London. An extravagant lighting system will ensure that the bridge's walkways shine brighter than ever before. "I am continuously amazed by what Jessica can do," said Costelloe. "What an ambitious and talented young woman."

"I think it's a brilliant idea," said choreographer K Knight. "The Tower Bridge will be at the heart of London for 2012, and a grand international fashion show leading up to it is a good way to start."

The official poster for the J Autumn Fashion Show will be shot by Vogue Italia fashion photographer Thomas Woland early next month.

Minh Anh received a full undergraduate scholarship for a degree in IT in Malaysia, where she was framed in the Portrait of Success by Malaysia's State-owned oil company Petronas. She completed her master's degree in marketing at the University of Birmingham and established the J Model Management immediately after, hoping to apply her knowledge in marketing, public relations, and fashion into a successful brand./.

"Since England is the hub of fashion, making my name here would be a dream come true," she said./.