She’s graced the pages of some of the world’s most influential fashion magazines.
And Daisy Lowe looked stylish as she made a glamorous entrance at the launch of Taste of London festival 2019 in Regent’s Park on Wednesday.
The model, 30, was sure to turn heads in her green snakeskin-style maxi dress, which she wore partially unbuttoned to show off a glimpse of her legs.
Chic: Daisy Lowe put on a stylish display in a green snakeskin-print maxi dress as she stepped out for Taste of London festival launch party on Wednesday
Offsetting her bright ensemble with a black T-Shirt that matched her edgy black lace-up boots, Daisy opted to keep her accessories minimal.
Her raven locks were brushed into a sleek, straight style, while she wore a natural palette of make-up to accentuate her pretty features.
The beauty appeared to be in good spirits as she stepped out for the event, which was also attended by Olivia Cox and Louise Thompson.
Stylish: Her raven locks were brushed into a sleek, straight style, while she wore a natural palette of make-up to accentuate her pretty features
Edgy: Offsetting her bright ensemble with a black T-Shirt that matched her edgy black lace-up boots, Daisy opted to keep her accessories minimal
Posing up a storm: Daisy showed off her modelling prowess as she showed off the ensemble
The beauty began modelling at the age of two and has graced the pages of Vogue Italia and Harper’s Bazaar.
Daisy has previously spoken out about her image and self-confidence being in the modelling industry.
She told The Telegraph in 2014: ‘If you stand me next to a normal model I look like an elephant, and that’s all right.
Striking: Made In Chelsea star Louise Thompson also attended the festival
Standing out: Louise stepped out in a graphic print maxi-dress and a black biker jacket
Stunning: The reality star wore a glamorous palette of make-up and brushed her brunette tresses into loose curls
‘I’ve been in this industry a long time — 10 years — and I’ve been so lucky to do the things that I’ve been lucky enough to do.’
In an interview with The Sunday People, the TV personality explained: ‘Every day we’re shown images about the perfect body and what it should be – but we just have the ones that we live in.’
She continued: ‘I think feeling insecure can be completely crippling… I have had times in my life when I have been unable to get out of bed because I have felt so insecure.’
Flower power: TV presenter Olivia Cox upped the glamour in a yellow floral-print dress
Attention to detail: Olivia completed her outfit by stepping out in brown heeled sandals
Pretty: The presenter wore her blonde locks in a side-swept style