Maura Higgins wows in racy plunging dress as she supports Molly Mae Hague at fashion show

Maura Higgins turned up to support fellow Love Island alumni Molly-Mae Hague as the Pretty Little Thing Creative Director debuted the brand’s new clothing range at London Fashion Week.

Irish beauty Maura, 31, wore a plunging mini dress to the event, which featured a grey, blazer style design with a cut-out detail on the back.

The star completed her look with high-heeled white sandals with criss-cross strapping up to her knees and held a white clutch bag under her arm.

For her beauty look, former Love Island contestant Maura wore her dark brown hair in a sleek ponytail and opted for a brown smoky eye with luscious lashes.

It comes after Maura was rumoured to be “all over” Capital FM Breakfast DJ Roman Kemp at a BRITs afterparty last week.

Earlier in the night, Maura had explained to fans on Instagram how she’d missed the red carpet due to traffic and showed off her assemble.

Maura stunned in a black and white co-ord made up of a one-shouldered top resembling one side of a blazer jacket, paired with a risqué black mini skirt with a split up the side and a single button holding it all together.

Completing the look, Maura wore her hair in slicked back bun and a pair of dangling diamond earrings.

Following the star-studded Brit Awards held earlier this week, many headed to The Orange Yard in London for the afterparty including Maura, 32, and Roman, 29.

An onlooker told The Sun the pair were “glued to each other” at the bash.

The source said: “Everyone was talking about how Maura and Roman were flirting and all over each other during the bash.

"They were dancing together and laughing a lot, they seemed to be glued to each other’s sides all night.

“Maura has been unlucky in love lately, but hanging out with Roman seemed to put a smile back on her face.”

OK! has contacted Maura representatives for comment.

Pretty Little Thing is debuting a new collection at Fashion Week after Molly-Mae announced the brand would be releasing a new resale app in a plan to make the fast fashion company more sustainable.

The 22 year old influencer recently explained at a press event: "We’ve been working on something for well over a year now, PLT Marketplace. Which is going to be an app in which shoppers can resell their PLT pieces pre-loved."

"It’s not going to be just PLT items, you can sell pretty much anything on there, which is obviously encouraging sustainability hugely.

"It’s also encouraging people to think about what they’re throwing away and what they aren’t, so why not encourage someone else to buy it?

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