Next Top Model: 'Too nice' Hannah still smiling after axe
Published 18/08/2011 | 05:00
FRESH from being axed from 'Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model' television show, stunning model Hannah Devane yesterday showed the judges what they missed out on.
The 21-year-old from Ballsbridge, in Dublin, modelled the new autumn winter 2011 collection for BT2, showing she has what it takes to become a top model.
The young student was the latest hopeful eliminated from the competition following a photo shoot in Dublin with model Yvonne Keating where the girls were photographed with falcons. She was deemed "too nice" by the judges.
Meanwhile, the Dublin store's collection showcased a host of new season trends including capes, 3D knits, coloured dresses, lace, faux fur and metallics.
It also features, for the first time in Ireland, fashion label The Kooples, along with new collections from French label IRO, Italian-based MSGM, denim brand April 77 and collections from COS, Sandro and Maje.
Premium denim ranges have also been introduced and are now available in store from designers JBrand, Goldsign, Victoria Beckham Denim, Paige, Guess Jeans and Levis.