A world famous burlesque and cabaret star has been signed up by a Doncaster businesswoman to be the new ‘face’ of a clothing company.
Saucy star and supermodel Sukki Singapora is launching a new couture dress range after being snapped up by local fashion mogul Lynsey Genders, co-founder of Punch and Rudy, which is behind a new innovative fashion brand producing lingerie inspired outerwear.
The Singaporean celebrity made history earlier this month as the first burlesque artist in the world to be invited for tea at Buckingham Palace to recogniser her work on freedom of speech within the arts.
Said Lynsey: “As soon as we heard about Sukki, we knew she would be perfect to represent our brand.
“We take a lot of our design inspirations from burlesque, so when we contacted her, we really hoped she’d say yes! As soon as she saw our designs, she wanted to join our team and shortly afterwards she was signed. With our launch photoshoot featuring in Esquire magazine, it couldn’t get any better – it’s been an incredible week.”
For more details visit www.punchandrudy.com.