He's not shy! Spencer Matthews strips off beside naked models to suggest how we'll all shop in the future

Published Friday, Sep 16 2016, 13:13 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Well, nobody can accuse Spencer Matthews of being shy!

The former Made In Chelsea star, 27, stripped down to just a pair of nude boxers for a special stunt celebrating the launch of London Fashion Week.

Spencer Matthews appears in shop window display in a showcase of the near future of fashion retail by Lyst, the world's biggest online fashion site
16 Sept 2016

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Why, you ask?

Well it was part of a showcase by online fashion site Lyst, showing what the future could be like if shoppers can virtually dress naked mannequins to try out different looks.

Spencer Matthews appears in shop window display in a showcase of the near future of fashion retail by Lyst, the world's biggest online fashion site
16 Sept 2016

© WENN / Phil Lewis



Which is a pretty cool idea, right?!

The idea is you have a blank canvas in your unclothed mannequin, then you use your phone or tablet to digital clothe them from searching through an online catalogue, so you can see how outfits look on before you buy.

Spencer Matthews appears in shop window display in a showcase of the near future of fashion retail by Lyst, the world's biggest online fashion site
16 Sept 2016

© WENN / Phil Lewis



Spencer's been pretty quiet this year, following his exit from I'm A Celebrity… Get me Out Of Here! last year, when producers discovered he'd taken steroids before arriving in the jungle.

Spencer Matthews appears in shop window display in a showcase of the near future of fashion retail by Lyst, the world's biggest online fashion site
16 Sept 2016

© WENN / Phil Lewis



After that - which he called a "stupid mistake" - he took time out from the limelight, becoming involved with charity work and flying to Tanzania to help build schools. He's also been focusing on his health, fitness and wellbeing.

It's been suggested Spencer could be given a second chance to return to the jungle this year, with a report in July claiming he'd been offered £50,000 to come back to Australia. But then this month, another report surfaced that bosses wanted to ban all reality stars from taking place.

So all we can do is watch this space.

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