Roxy Horner showed off her impeccable sense of style as she wore a cropped red jumper with oversized sleeves at the Mark Fast Autumn Winter 2022 show at London Fashion Week on Friday.
The model, 30, a matching. pair of leather trousers and added a few inches to her stature with a pair of open-toed heels with straps in the same shade as the rest of her outfit.
She was joined by singer Nicola Roberts, 36, who looked chic in lavender trench coat with a pattern of lilac circles by Mark.
In style: Roxy Horner, 30, (left) wore a cropped jumper with oversized sleeves and Nicola Roberts, 36, (right) donned a lavender trench coat to Mark Fast’s London Fashion Week show on Friday
She wore a pair of black trousers and matching heels with a low-rise platform while she carried a small handbag in the same colour.
The former Girls Aloud star wore her hair up in a neat bun and opted for a simple look with her make-up to highlight her natural beauty.
Roxy completed her look by carrying a red bag and accessorising with a pair of gold hoop earrings.
Fashion forward: Model Roxy wore a pair of matching leather trousers and posed up a storm at the event
Fashionista: She completed her look by carrying a red bag and accessorising with a pair of gold hoop earrings
Strike a pose: The star was seen outside the Soho location of the fashion show before taking her seat in the front row
Jet set: Roxy recently returned from a trip abroad to Iceland with her comedian boyfriend Jack Whitehall
Star power: The couple also enjoyed a holiday in South Africa together in January before flying to the frosty country
Designer Mark made his way down the catwalk after the show after the models had showcased his collection during the show.
He could be seen walking arm-in-arm with one of his team members and waving to his guests at the venue.
Roxy’s outing comes after she recently enjoyed a romantic trip to Iceland with her comedian boyfriend Jack Whitehall.
Fashion focus: Girls Aloud singer Nicola wore a lavender trench coat with a pattern of lilac circles
Looking good: She wore a pair of black trousers and matching heels with a low-rise platform while she carried a small handbag in the same colour
Glitterati: The pop star wore her hair up in a neat bun and opted for a simple look with her make-up to highlight her natural beauty
The couple were already enjoying their second holiday of the year after taking in an African safari in January.
The actor and comedian and the model started dating in March 2020, shortly before the first national lockdown, and quickly moved in together.
Jack recently expressed his fear that he could be cancelled by Hollywood if some of his past jokes ever came back to haunt him.
Man of the moment: Designer Mark made his way down the catwalk after the show after the models had showcased his collection during the show
Working it: The models looked chic in Mark’s unique designs, with his guests looking on in awe as they walked down the runway
Striking: One of Mark’s designs featured a long tasseled skirt in a nude pink shade for his London Fashion Week show
Speaking with fellow comedian Jarlath Regan on the An Irishman Abroad podcast, Jack said: ‘I feel like I’ve definitely said jokes in the past that would be worthy of cancellation.
‘I guess it’s how you weather that storm if it does ever come up.’
He explained that as a comedian, he feels historic jokes are easier to get away with, as opposed to tweets or ‘comments in interviews’, as the public know that it was a joke.
He explained: ‘I’ve had it, sort of, occur a few times and I think, maybe, people are a little better now.
‘We’ve had a few of these ridiculous cancellations of people because of historic jokes that – especially with a comedian because it was told in jest and the context of it was only ever intended as a joke – that you do tend to get away with it a little bit more.’
In the detail: Designer Mark studied at Central Saint Martins in London and his designs often feature funky logos