Monday, November 6, 2023
Proud MomentBasking in the joy of honoree Winnie Harlow (centre) were her maternal grandmother Princess Brown (left) and mother Lisa Brown.IG: @winnieharlow

London-based Saint International model Brit Knight appears in a new campaign video for iconic make-up brand Charlotte Tilbury.

Knight, who earlier this year co-starred in a Lancôme fragrance ad alongside Hollywood A-listers Zendaya, Julia Roberts and Penelope Cruz, is featured in a make-up tutorial creating a cyber punk-inspired look using Tilbury's in-demand arsenal of beauty products.

And, Page 2 celebrates Jamaican-Canadian model Winnie Harlow who was honoured last month with the Global Citizen Award from the UN Association in Canada. The model, who was diagnosed at four years of age with vitiligo, and has become a global spokesperson on the condition, was recognised for her advocacy of inclusivity, diversity, and positive change.

Plus, Harlow shuts down childhood bullies with her take on the iconic Glenn Close role as Cruella de Vil in 101 Dalmations for Halloween.

Here's a round-up of Rock-fab moments.

Photos: Jamie Bruce,

Saint International IG:@winnieharlow

Wickedly FabFrom the dual-tone bouffant to her wickedly sharp eyeliner, Harlow nailed the villainous look in a costume created by celebrity tailor and custom fashion designer Da Shoné By DaSh.Jamie Bruce
Cyber GirlSaint International model Brit Knight shows off the Charlotte Tilbury Beautyverse Palette. .
Lip ServiceKnight perfects her pout with Lip Cheat lip liner in the shade Pillow Talk topped with Jewel lip gloss in Pinkgasm..
Winnie de VilThough there are 101 killer Cruella de Vil poses, this one with signature prop — her cigarette holder — reigns supreme!Jamie Bruce
Gratitude Is A MustModel Winnie Harlow in her acceptance speech expressed her gratitude at being recognised by her hometown community. She also thanked her family and friends for coming to celebrate with her. IG: @winnieharlow
[USE WITH 'Wickedly Fab']Jamie Bruce

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