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Michelle Keegan glows as she models new fashion line at home in Essex

MICHELLE Keegan glowed today as she modelled her new fashion line at home in Essex for Very.co.uk.

The actress glammed up for a photoshoot as she posed in a utility trench coat from the online retailer’s latest collection.

MIchelle Keegan strikes a pose as she models her latest pieces from her Very range at home

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MIchelle Keegan strikes a pose as she models her latest pieces from her Very range at homeCredit: Instagram

Stylish Michelle, 33, took a selfie of her outfit, including her ripped blue jeans and chunky black boots.

The celeb flashed a huge smile in a second photo taken outdoors in the sunshine.

Mark Wright’s wife wore the slim-fitting coat again which is selling for £69, and said: “My tan trench is now online! One of my favourite spring pieces from the new collection!”

Michelle recently showcased her off-duty style as she soaked up the sun with her beloved dog Chihuahua Pip.

Michelle glowed in the sunshine as her assistant took her photo

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Michelle glowed in the sunshine as her assistant took
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Precious Lee Models Area’s Spring 2021 Couture Collection

Area always gets us excited for sparkling dresses that celebrate showing skin with confidence. For the New York brand’s first couture show, designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk tapped trailblazer Precious Lee and catwalk favorite Yasmin Wijnaldum to model a body-positive, 14-look collection that can be described as sexy, fantasy couture.

“Haute Couture originally started in Paris in 1858 but looking deeper into history and tracing back to ancient civilizations, there has always been a deep connection and appreciation for craft and beauty,” Fogg and Panszczyk said in a press statement. “It’s like Haute Couture has been ingrained into our souls culturally expressed in different ways. Whether it be for religious purposes, or simply the innate need to create something beautiful.”

“With this couture collection we want to showcase our ability and dedication to creating beauty by hand. Every look in this collection has been developed over an extensive time

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Why Grandmas are the new fashion models in 2020

Jean Simms, grandmother of designer Matthew Harding, models a shirt and skirt by her grandson's label Palmer//Harding - Brendan Freeman
Jean Simms, grandmother of designer Matthew Harding, models a shirt and skirt by her grandson’s label Palmer//Harding – Brendan Freeman

This year has presented designers with challenges the likes of which they’ve never faced before. It’s also been a year when many of us have grown closer to our families, locking down together or speaking more than ever as the world slowed down and the news became scarier. 

The result? Grandmas – and mothers, sisters, daughters, nieces, cousins and friends – are turning models for many of the designers presenting new collections, giving a personal, heartfelt feel to offerings which have been created at a time like no other.

Palmer// Harding, the label which specialises in modern shirting founded by Matthew Harding and Levi Palmer, brought the trend to London Fashion Week. In their digital presentation, the designers chose to photograph the women closest to them wearing pieces from

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The fashion spectacle goes on with masked models, digital presentations

The COVID-19 pandemic isn't enough to cancel New York Fashion Week. (Photo: Getty Images)
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t enough to cancel New York Fashion Week. (Photo: Getty Images)

New York Fashion Week kicks off on Sunday and it’s going to be a season like no other. The coronavirus pandemic has forced designers to get creative with their presentations and many will have a virtual footprint this year. However, there are a few big names still planning in-person shows — and many who opted out altogether. Here’s everything you need to know.

NYFW will operate in “full compliance” with COVID-19 safety guidelines

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) and host IMG have worked with closely with New York state officials to ensure safety protocols are in place ahead of in-person gatherings.

“New York City is the fashion capital of the world and New York Fashion Week celebrates the ingenuity of this city, and our unmatched creative talent,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a

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