Rosie Huntington Whiteley reveals inspiration behind Paige collection

Rosie Huntington Whiteley's latest collection with Paige was inspired by her "love for vintage clothing".

Rosie Huntington Whiteley reveals inspiration behind Paige collection

Rosie Huntington Whiteley's latest collection with Paige was inspired by her "love for vintage clothing".

The 30-year-old model was announced as the face of the brand three years ago and has since revealed her second line for the fashion house, which the blonde-haired beauty has revealed was influenced by her own personal fashion interests.

Speaking to ElleUK.com about her latest venture, the catwalk icon - who has two-month-old son Jack with her partner Jason Statham - said: "This latest collection really embodies the spirit of the night. I was very much inspired by my love for vintage clothing."

The 'Mad Max: fury Road' actress has remained loyal to the brand for many years because she thinks it is "important" to partner with a company that you instantly share a "natural, organic relationship" with.

Speaking about her long-standing partnership with Paige, she explained: "I think it's important to work with brands that you have a natural, organic relationship with and that you believe in. I have always been a Paige fan and was wearing the brand before I even started working with them. It's a great partnership when you've been a long time admirer of a brand."

Meanwhile, Rosie - who also has her own beauty, lingerie and swimwear range with Marks and Spencer titled Rosie for Autograph - has revealed she has one go-to outfit she will always wear when she is travelling.

Speaking about her fashion hacks when she is jetting off across the globe, she said: "It depends on the season and where I'm travelling to, but I think you can never go wrong with a pair of skinny jeans, a blazer, and a great pair of heels. You can dress this look up or down by pairing it with a silk blouse or a simple white T-shirt. Accessorising can help mix up a look as well when you are travelling."

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