Love Island star lands £1 million fashion deal

Amber Rose Gill has created a collection with online retailer Miss Pap

MILLION DOLLAR BABE: Amber Rose Gill

The Geordie stunner has announced that she is the face of online fashion retailer Miss Pap – a deal reportedly worth £1 million, making it the biggest payday of all the Love Island 2019 contestants to date.

Taking to Instagram to announce the news, the 22-year-old said: “Oh hey it’s just me your NEW MISSPAP babe??? I honestly cannot believe it!! Soooo excited to be a part of the fresh Miss Pap brand?

“It’s been a long anticipated announcement by me and I’ve been dying to tell you all However I wanted to take my time in the design process so my collection is perfect, embodies my style and more importantly is inclusive for girls of all shapes and sizes. I cannot wait for you to see what I’ve been working on you know it’s going to be GOOOD. For now here’s my discount code huntys AMBER50.”

Miss Pap have also shared their excitement about working with Gill. They said: “Oh hey queen of the island + our newest, exclusive #misspapbabe. We’ve been werking hard with the queen @AmberRoseGill to create a collection that’s inclusive to all shapes + sizes, embodies amber’s style and is savage af.

“First drop comin’ soon – keep your eyes peeled.”

Many fans had been anticipated a fashion deal for Gill after Love Island contestant Molly Mae Hague signed a 500k deal with Pretty Little Thing, and BooHoo recruited Maura Higgins and India Reynolds as their brand ambassadors.

Gill will launch her first clothing collection with the brand in October, and the collection will include clothes for the gym, for going out and everyday essentials, as well as loungewear.

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