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13/10/2015

Strike a pose!

As a model when it comes to standing in front of a camera she knows just what to do.

 

So as Daisy Lowe posed for pictures at the Chanel Mademoiselle Prive private view in London on Monday evening she did well to showcase her pouting skills.

 

'I'd happily be a size 14': Lowe recently shared her thoughts on the industry's attitude towards curvy women

 

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Striking various poses for photographers, the 26-year-old cut a sultry figure in a form fitted number.

 

Putting her enviable curves on display, Daisy slipped into a black ribbed midi dress for the exclusive event at the Saatchi Gallery.

 

A gold waist chain by Chanel, which was beautified with discs featuring diamond shape patterns, proved to be the perfect accessory for Lowe's ensemble.

 

Standing tall in capped toe contrast nude heels, the British beauty clutched onto a quilted bag as she wore her hair down in loose waves.

 

The launch event at the famed Kings Road venue opened the exhibition by Chanel made up of haute couture pieces.

 

The display will also showcase the fashion house's re-issued 1932 'Bijoux de Diamants' high jewellery collection, which was the only jewellery ever created by Coco Chanel.

 

Enjoying her night out, Daisy took to her social media platforms to upload a picture of herself trying her luck on a slot machine in an image she captioned: 'Win win win!!'

 

Meanwhile, body confident Daisy recently told the Daily Express: 'I'm a size eight, and to read that I'm curvy if you are a size 16 or 18 must be quite frustrating.'

 

Lowe, whose parents are Gavin Rossdale and Pearl Lowe, went on reveal that she's be just as happy being several sizes bigger if she wasn't paid to stay in shape.

 

She continued: 'I hope that I make those girls who are a size 16 feel good about having curves because if this wasn't my job I'd happily be a size 14 and enjoy that feminine shape.'

 

'But the industry is changing and there are some amazing curvy models coming through. It's just a shame we have to call them curvy models. Why can't we just call them models?'

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