Celebrity Fashion

One to Watch: Millie Mackintosh

Millie Mackintosh may have leapt into the British public’s consciousness via the leading BAFTA nominated reality television show Made in Chelsea, but she’s definitely more than just your average trash TV star. Professionally, Millie works as a makeup artist, so she’s never pictured anything but perfectly groomed. Since appearing on the reality show, she has been inundated with offers from companies asking her to represent their brands. Take a look at her amazing figure and flawless skin and you’ll see just why! Plus, she’s now also a front row regular at London Fashion Week. 

Millie's Biggest Campaigns

One of Millie’s first big jobs was modeling for the denim brand Donna Ida, and it was apparently those endless long legs of hers which landed her the job. Below left, we can see one of the campaign’s promotional images where Millie is wearing a sequin embellished Peter Pan collar tee with leather shorts and heels with gold studded toe detail. What’s the next offer such a well established rich Chelsea socialite should be offered? Only to front the British retailer Lipsy’s VIP Collection. Below right, we can see Millie in one of the collection's beautiful pieces, a stunning floor length rose maxi dress. Perfect for summer parties!! 

Millie Becomes the Face of St. Tropez

Most recently, haircare specialists Umberto Giannini selected Millie to take part in their Incredible Body product line, where she plays a femme fatale. Get the look yourself with voluminous hair, sultry eyes, and seductive berry red lips (below left).This week, as she attended FHM’s Sexiest Woman in the World Awards show with her boyfriend, musician Professor Green, it was announced that she’s set to become the face of St Tropez tanning products. It’s such a perfect match with her constant holiday glow. The key to Millie’s style really is all around grooming. 

Images: Grazia Daily, Grazia Daily 2, OK magazine, Lia Toby/WENN.com

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