Shanina Shaik accentuates her model figure in high-slung leather trousers as she enjoys a light lunch with friends in London
Shes one of Australia’s better known fashion exports, but Shanina Shaik was turning heads in London as she ventured out for a shopping trip on Wednesday.
The Melbourne born model caught the eye in a stylish white polo top and high slung leather trousers while venturing out in the English capital with a friend.
Shanina, 27, added to her look with a pair of strappy slingback heels, while a distinctive Louis Vuitton handbag rounded things off.
Make way: She’s one of Australia’s better known fashion exports, but Shanina Shaik was turning heads in London as she ventured out for a shopping trip on Wednesday
On a bright day in London the model kept her eyes shielded behind a pair of heavily tinted sunglasses as she made her way into popular Italian restaurant Scalini.
She gave her look an understated flourish by styling her hair with a conventional centre parting, while hr make-up was reduced to natural colour tones.
Evidently in high spirits, the model gave onlookers a beaming smile as she exited the Chelsea eatery following a light lunch.
In good company: Shanina was joined by a friend during her latest appearance in the capital
Smart: The Melbourne born model caught the eye in a stylish white polo top and high slung leather slacks
Let’s go Shanina was in high spirits as she stepped onto the street after dining out at popular Italian restaurant Scalini
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph on Monday, Shanina reflected on the progress the brand has made over the years, saying it has opened up to diversity on the runway.
‘I think that over the years Victoria’s Secret has opened up to more diversity,’ she told the publication.
‘I think we will see more and more in the coming years,’ Shanina added, explaining that the girls who currently strut the coveted runway work very hard.
Finishing touches: Shanina added to her look with a pair of strappy slingback heels, while a distinctive Louis Vuitton handbag rounded things off
‘The girls who walk for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show work really hard to be their fittest and healthiest.’
The interview comes after model Robyn Lawley, 29, launched a petition to boycott the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, for not casting any plus size models.
‘I am sick and tired of seeing the same body type,’ Robyn said on The Morning Show last month.
Robyn called for Victoria’s Secret to feature ‘a few other sizes’ and for the lingerie brand to add more diversity.