Bethan Sowerby is one of the faces of the minute, appearing in campaigns from some of the industry leaders. U.may were delighted to feature her in our campaign shot in St Tropez
Born and raised in Manchester, Bethan rose to fame appearing on cycle 10 of Britains next top model hosted by super model Abbey Clancy. Bethan’s star as been on the rise ever since the show and she has walked in many shows including the prestigious Miami Swim week. 
Bethan not only brought some killer looks to the shoot but was absolute dream to work with her fun and cheery personality keeping the whole team entertained. Super star hairstylist Charlie Le Mindu worked his magic and added some superstar bangs. Bethan even braved the pool in our Mia sequin dress! 
Check out Bethan in some of our favourite looks from the campaign:
Mia Sequin Mini Dress Black
Get set to stun in sequin. This dress is all killer no filler. Statement shoulders in striking black sequin. Ruching details on the front of the skirt. The Mia dress is fully lined enhancing those luxury vibes. A keyhole and tie neck elevate this look and ensure this is a little black dress like no other.
Paisley Key Hole Lace Mix Mini Dress
Make moves in this statement mini. Get to love the one lace sleeve in this stunning dress. The high neck and keyhole combine to give a sharp with seam detailing to highlight all those curves.
Ariel Lace Catsuit Black
Get your life in this stunning catsuit. Vertical lines run up the body adding length. A combination of star covered mesh and stunning black lace. Lined across the bust. Black underwear is included. Wear with your favorite high heels and get ready to strut down the catwalk.
Rose Star Mesh Skater Dress Black
What’s better than a stunning skater dress. The beautiful mesh fabric is covered in stars and has a double ruffle at the hem. Lined with in subtle nude. A cute busier style top with expandable straps
Represented by J’adore models. 
Photographer: Yann Morrison 
Hair: Charlie Le Mindu
Make up: Ruben Mas 

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