RTE star Vogue Williams dares to bare in completely sheer top at London Fashion Week bash
Vogue Williams is embracing the sheer trend with all her might.
The Irish tv presenter (31) has been a staple during London Fashion Week's evening parties and on Monday night, she dared to bare entirely.
The RTE star went braless and opted for an entirely sheer olive green chiffon top to rub shoulders at the Aspinal of London bash. Rather than taking a leaf out of Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner's book, where they cover their nipples with shaped pasties, she went completely natural for the occasion.
Vogue has been taking advantage of the adventurous spirit of LFW and wore a daring extreme cut-out dress with just a pair of underwear at a DJ gig earlier in the week.
The Howth native s back in London after a stint in Kühtai, Austria filming celebrity ski competition reality show The Jump and will be in a knee brace and out of commission for the next three months.
Vogue is still staying tight-lipped at the persistent romance rumours with former co-star Spencer Matthews, including comedian Mark Doland who said: I don't think it's a secret that Spencer and Vogue have established a rapport.
"They were very sweet together and I know they're very fond of each other."
Davina McCall, who is hosting the Channel 4 show, also took aim at the rumoured couple during filming earlier this month.
When speaking of her disappointment at having to leave the show, Vogue said she made "really good friends" during her time in Austria.
"Especially with Spencer Matthews," Davina quipped.
Spencer, whose brother James will marry Pippa Middleton in May, said it's "very weird" being on the show without his rumoured other half.
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