Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague ditches bra at PLT launch as she slams show
Love Island alumni Molly-Mae Hague risked a major wardrobe malfunction as she attended her recent PrettyLittleThing launch party.
The blonde bombshell was yesterday named as the Creative Director of the fashion brand in a move that is set to see her bank balance rocket, with a seven-figure deal announced.
Attending the event, Molly-Mae bared the colder evening breeze as she stepped out wearing a rather daring grey number.
Molly-Mae, 22, showcased her sensational figure in a grey waistcoat, boasting a daring neckline leaving little to the imagination as she carefully protected her ample assets.
The reality star completed her outfit with a pair of matching flared trousers and white killer heel stilettos as she made her way into the swanky Mayfair venue.
Tommy Fury's girlfriend opted to wear her signature blonde tresses in loose natural waves, with half resting on her chest and the other half cascading down her back.
Her latest event was to celebrate Molly signing as creative director for PrettyLittleThing, who she has previously worked alongside.
Announcing her news on Instagram, she penned: "I’m beyond ecstatic to announce that I am the new CREATIVE DIRECTOR of @prettylittlething for UK/EU.
"This is the biggest move in my career so far and I can’t explain my gratitude to my favourite brand in the world for trusting me with this role."
She continued: "PLT have had faith in me from the VERY start and to now be a Director within the business feels like a complete dream come true. I hope you’re all ready for my visions to come to life within this incredible brand…"
However, Molly recently opened up about her experience post-Love Island, adding that it may have negatively impacted her career.
In a new interview, Molly told The Sun: "When I came out of Love Island, I never wanted to be known as a Love Islander because I felt it closed me off to a lot of other opportunities that I have now explored in the way I distanced myself.
"I don’t believe, if I had stuck with ‘I'm just a Love Islander, I’m just a Love Islander’, I probably wouldn’t be sitting here now as the creative director of PLT."
While she admits that the decision to ditch her Love Island status wasn't "all strategic", she explained that she hasn't looked back since doing so.
She explained: "For me, I went full throttle and here I am now.
"I wouldn’t change a single thing I’ve done, I’m really proud of what I have done since I’ve come out of the show."
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