GEMMA Collins unveiled more of her new curvy clothing range on Instagram last night, sharing additional snaps from her Greece photoshoot.
The 39-year-old star announced that she was releasing a new collection earlier this week, and the bold-print items do not disappoint.
Taking to her social media page, the self-proclaimed diva showed off her impressive three-stone weight loss as she modelled some of her favourite pieces.
The first snap saw Gemma posing in a leopard-print blouse with a cinched waist and floating sleeves, which she’d teamed with large hoop earrings, and a sleek make-up look with heavy eyeliner.
A second photo showed The GC ready for a night on the town in a stunning rose-print dress with an off-the-shoulder design.
She looked glam in red lipstick and eye-catching shoes, holding onto a trendy clutch bag.
Elsewhere, Gemma posed in front of a trendy brick wall in a leopard print dress and oversized shades, with the final image one of Gemma posing in front of an open door in a rose-print top and ripped jeans.
She wrote last night: “Guys you asked for it and I’ve got it coming tomorrow, my first proper clothing collection exclusively with @inthestylecurve.
“I shot it in Greece recently but the collection is perfect for autumn. The prints are stunning and it’s sizes 6-28!!”
In another sneak peek, posted on Monday, Gemma wowed as she channelled fashion icon Audrey Hepburn in a chic black dress.
The collection, which launched today on In The Style, comes after Gemma stuck two fingers up at clothing brands who wouldn’t dress her size 16 body in the early days of Towie.
Reflecting on the show after its 10-year anniversary special, the star told fans: “I was never the prettiest girl on the show. I never had the best body.
“Obviously I was confident when I went on the show, but a lot of clothing brands wouldn’t lend me their clothing because they said I was too fat.
“I was a size 14/16, and you know I’m bigger now, and basically I’ve got my own clothing brand. So to everyone who wouldn’t lend me clothing or put me in their brands, what you got to say now, huns?”