Strictly stylish Lisa Riley models Evans AW13 collection

Published Tuesday, Sep 3 2013, 18:00 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
From the Cha Cha Cha to va va voom, Lisa Riley has now turned her hand from presenting to modelling.

It's been a big week for Lisa Riley as she not only became the host for a behind-the-scenes special for Strictly Come Dancing but also announced she is modelling Evans AW13 campaign.

Lisa Riley, who became a household name as fiery barmaid Mandy Dingle in ITV's Emmerdale, is now making a name for herself in the fashion world as she takes on Evans latest campaign.

Lisa Riley models Evans AW13 range
Lisa Riley models Evans AW13 range

Since wowing the audiences and judging panel with her appearance on Strictly Come Dancing last year, Lisa Riley just hasn't stopped moving and it's been onwards and upwards ever since. Lisa not only modelled Evans' newest collection but also helped style the campaign by picking out her favourites.

Lisa said: "Evans has always been a firm favourite of mine, so it wasn't a hard decision when they asked me to model the new season collection. The best part was I got to choose my favourite pieces and as I am always getting asked what I am wearing it has been brilliant to show off my style credentials and prove that fashion shouldn't have size limitations."

Evans model Lisa Riley

Evans' mainline collection is a sea of black from blouses and biker jackets to trousers and tees but a purple bodycon dress adds a splash of colour to the campaign. She proves that just because you're curvy doesn't mean you should shy away from figure-hugging bodycons and that it's all about confidence.

Its lace panels add a touch of glam to the dress and we think it would make the perfect party dress as it hits stores in time for the Christmas season.

Evans' range, which caters for sizes 14-32, starts at £12 for leggings ranging to £65 for the studded-sleeved biker jacket. Bargain!

Lisa Riely models Evans AW13 range

The collection will be available in store and online at from September 2013.