Rosie Huntington Whiteley's Fashion Evolution
We’ve got to hand to her; Rosie Huntington Whiteley really can turn her hand to anything. Face of Burberry fragrance? No sweat. Working girl-next-door beauty opposite Ryan Reynolds in those Marks and Spencers ads? Piece of cake. Sending pulses racing as the sexy leading lady in the 2011 blockbuster 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'? Yes sir! And if that’s not enough she only gone and designed a bestselling range of underwear too.
Her success began when, at just eighteen, Rosie moved from the Devon farm where she grew up to New York where her killer body and glamour-puss looks won her that golden Victoria's Secret contract. And with that, the beautiful Brit girl was catapulted into the lime light.
It's fair to say that it wasn’t until RHW signed-up with Burberry, aged twenty-one, that she really shot to superstardom. With her bee-stung lips, glossy mane and honey glow, Rosie’s modeling success for the Brit brand is hardly surprising. You can’t deny her style savvy either and we love how Rosie's wardrobe divides neatly into two halves.
The off-duty Rosie is a laid-back rock chick — think skinny jeans with cow girl-esque ankle boots, leather jackets worn with foxy knee-highs and figure hugging jersey dresses teamed with low slung belts. The most-worn labels for trotting about the town include Isabel Marant, Celine, Gucci and Stella McCartney.
Meanwhile, the red carpet Rosie — when she transforms into 100% glamazon — is old school Hollywood style thanks to floor sweeping gowns (Antonio Berardi is a favorite) and mouthwatering cocktail dresses by the likes of Burberry and Michael Kors, teamed with a healthy dusting of fine jewels.
She's a superb Brit ambassador and we’re sure you agree, Rosie rocks!