Love Island's Alexandra Cane brings the glamour in a plunging leather suit as she joins Rosie Williams and Tallia Storm on the front row at Paul Costelloe's LFW show

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Love Island's alum descended on London Fashion Week on Monday as they attended Paul Costelloe's SS 2020 catwalk show at The Waldorf Hilton Hotel. 

Alexandra Cane led the glamour in a plunging leather suit as she joined the likes of Rosie Williams, Yewande Biala, Belle Hassan, Laura Anderson and singer Tallia Storm on the front row.  

The reality star, 28, showcased her figure to perfection as she went braless in the 80s inspired blazer, while her best pal Rosie looked autumnally chic in a tartan skater dress and thigh-high suede boots.  

Gorgeous: Alexandra Cane led the glamour in a plunging leather suit as she joined the likes of Rosie Williams and singer Tallia Storm (L-R) on the front row at Paul Costelloe's SS 2020 London Fashion Week show at The Waldorf Hilton Hotel on Monday
Glamorous: The reality star, 28, showcased her figure to perfection as she went braless in the 80s inspired blazer, while her best pal Rosie looked autumnally chic in a tartan skater dress and thigh-high suede boots

Gorgeous: Alexandra Cane led the glamour in a plunging leather suit as she joined the likes of Rosie Williams and singer Tallia Storm (L-R) on the front row at Paul Costelloe's SS 2020 London Fashion Week show at The Waldorf Hilton Hotel on Monday

Sporting a glamorous bouncy blow-dry, Alexandra ensured all eyes were on her as she showcased her jaw-dropping cleavage in the partially-unbuttoned leather jacket, which featured statement shoulder pads, yellow piping and a peplum hem. 

She slipped her hourglass curves into Spanx Faux Leather Moto leggings and added a boost to her statuesque frame with black point court shoes. 

Dripping in gold jewellery, Tallia, 20, joined Alexandra for a photo and looked incredible in a black polka dot jumpsuit and chunky platform boots. 

Best seats in the house: (L-R) Shanie Ryan, Alexandra, Rosie  and Tallia got coveted front row seats to the fashion collection debut

Best seats in the house: (L-R) Shanie Ryan, Alexandra, Rosie  and Tallia got coveted front row seats to the fashion collection debut 

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Leggy: Yewande, 23, modelled one on the couture dresses from the collection
Stunning: The former scientist opted to shun the cardinal legs-or-cleavage rule in the black vinyl bodysuit and voluminous floral skirt, which came complete with a thigh-high slit

Leggy: Yewande, 23, modelled one on the couture dresses from the collection. The former scientist opted to shun the cardinal legs-or-cleavage rule in the black vinyl bodysuit and voluminous floral skirt, which came complete with a thigh-high slit

Working it: Newly-single Belle Hassan also wore a floor-length dress from the collection in the same metallic green print
Matching: The blonde bombshell appeared in her element as she joined Yewande on the steps of the Hilton Hotel
Curtain chic: The dress featured an asymmetric peplum hem and three-quarter length sleeves

Here come the girls: Newly-single Belle Hassan also wore a floor-length dress from the collection in the same metallic green print. The blonde bombshell appeared in her element as she joined Yewande on the steps of the Hilton Hotel 

Statement look: Letting her outfit do all the talking, Yewande tied her raven hair back in a low ponytail
Beauty: The reality star accentuated her radiant complexion with a bronzed palette of make-up

Catwalk queen: Letting her outfit do all the talking, Yewande tied her raven hair back in a low ponytail and accentuated her radiant complexion with a bronzed palette of make-up

Autumn chic: Posing with Tallia (R), Rosie (L) looked gorgeous in her high-neck green tartan minidress, which came complete with a waist belt and leather pleated hemline

Autumn chic: Posing with Tallia (R), Rosie (L) looked gorgeous in her high-neck green tartan minidress, which came complete with a waist belt and leather pleated hemline 

The Celebs Go Dating star, who is known for her bold red carpet displays, looked delighted to be sitting front row at the London Fashion Week show alongside the slew of reality stars.   

Yewande, 23, modelled one on the couture dresses from the collection. The former scientist opted to shun the cardinal legs-or-cleavage rule in the black vinyl bodysuit and voluminous floral skirt which came complete with a thigh-high slit. 

Letting her outfit do all the talking, she tied her raven hair back in a low ponytail and accentuated her radiant complexion with a bronzed palette of make-up.  

Strutting her stuff: Laura Anderson put on a leggy display in a brown corduroy jacket, which she layered atop of a tiny silk floral minidress

Strutting her stuff: Laura Anderson put on a leggy display in a brown corduroy jacket, which she layered atop of a tiny silk floral minidress 

Catching the eye: The former air hostess cinched in her slender waist with a thing black belt and accessorised her London Fashion Week look with a statement sapphire ring and gold dangly earrings

Catching the eye: The former air hostess cinched in her slender waist with a thing black belt and accessorised her London Fashion Week look with a statement sapphire ring and gold dangly earrings 

Golden girl: Dripping in gold jewellery, Tallia, 20, looked incredible in a black polka dot jumpsuit and chunky platform boots
Designer garb: The Scottish songstress wore a dramatic quiff and accessorised the look with a black Balenciaga bag
Strike a pose: Tallia couldn't resist posing in her sunglasses- despite the runway show being held inside

Golden girl: Dripping in gold jewellery, Tallia, 20, looked incredible in a black polka dot jumpsuit and chunky platform boots

Best seats in the house: Tallia (L) and Belle (R) managed to get front row seats for Paul's collection showcase

 Best seats in the house: Tallia (L) and Belle (R) managed to get front row seats for Paul's collection showcase 

Monochrome: Laura Whitmore looked effortlessly stylish in a floor length coat and platform boots
So chic: She complemented the look by layering the coat atop of a white pinstripe shirt

Monochrome: Laura Whitmore looked effortlessly stylish in a floor length coat and platform boots. She complemented the look by layering the coat atop of a white pinstripe shirt 

Fashion maven: Laura, 34, wore her blonde locks in an elegant chignon and added a pop of colour to her outfit with a red lip

 Fashion maven: Laura, 34, wore her blonde locks in an elegant chignon and added a pop of colour to her outfit with a red lip 

Laura Anderson, meanwhile, put on a leggy display in a brown corduroy jacket, which she layered atop of a tiny silk floral minidress. 

The former air hostess cinched in her slender waist with a thing black belt and accessorised her London Fashion Week look with a statement sapphire ring and gold dangly earrings. 

Laura Whitmore looked effortlessly stylish in a floor length coat, pinstripe shirt and platform boots. 

Leggy: Presenter Olivia Cox looked every inch the fashion maven in a voluminous red and blue brick minidress
Trendy: She slipped into black velour heels and accessorised the look with simple gold jewellery

Leggy: Presenter Olivia Cox looked every inch the fashion maven in a voluminous red and blue brick minidress 

Established: Paul Costelloe has become one of the most established names in British and Irish fashion
Eye-catching: The collection featured an array of bright and bold floral and graphic prints
Pop of colour: A model sauntered down the runway in a yellow and white blazer dress
On trend: Bright florals and pink popsocks were a regular feature in the upcoming collection

Flower power: Paul Costelloe has become one of the most established names in British and Irish fashion. The collection featured an array of bright and bold floral and graphic prints

Feminine: A model showcased a pink watercolour shift dress from the upcoming collection
Pretty: Paul's designs were effortlessly feminine
Spring collection: Satin pinks, watercolours and beehive hair were a prominent feature on the catwalk

Spring collection: Satin pinks, watercolours and beehive hair were a prominent feature on the catwalk 

Alexandra, meanwhile, looked like she was thoroughly enjoyed her girls' day out, which comes after she confirmed her romance to boyfriend Adam Theobald.

The stunner first confirmed her romance as the couple went public on Valentine's Day this year.

The brunette made her first joint appearance with Adam, a Barnet based sales negotiator with Goldschmidt & Howland estate agents, after attending the BooHoo Galentine's Party in Manchester. 

The Love Island girls and Tallia had arrived to watch Paul Costelloe's collection. The Irish designer has become one of the most established names in British and Irish fashion. 

The collection featured an array of bright and bold floral and graphic prints. 

Snap happy: The girls had their phones out as they watched all the models head out onto the runway at the end of the show

Snap happy: The girls had their phones out as they watched all the models head out onto the runway at the end of the show 

Love Island's Alexandra Cane wows in a plunging leather suit at Paul Costelloe's LFW show

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