St Albans model has all the right curves

PUBLISHED: 12:00 26 June 2010

St Albans resident Annabel Finley Kensett models for KNX Lingerie

St Albans resident Annabel Finley Kensett models for KNX Lingerie

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A ST ALBANS model has become the face of a new underwear range celebrating colour, curves and femininity.

Annabel Finley Kensett was chosen to represent Staffordshire-based KNX Lingerie by its owner, Sean Shuter, after he stumbled across her photo on the company’s Facebook fan page.

The new range of lingerie, which is aimed at the more voluptuous woman and comes in ranges in sizes from 10 to 32, needed a stylish model to front its publicity material, but Sean struggled to find someone suitable.

It was only when Annabel purchased a garment from the company’s website that she came to Sean’s attention.

He explained: “I first saw a picture of Annabel on the social networkingsite Facebook and instantly thought “Wow!” Annabel is a lady who loves colour, loves to wear elegant lingerie and looks absolutely amazing in images.”

KNX Lingerie model Annabel said: “As a woman with a passion for beautiful underwear, I had purchased an order from Sean, the owner of KNX and through a fan page of his company became better acquainted with him and the wonderful plus-size ranges KNX offered.

“I was searching for colourful, exciting underwear when Sean introduced me to his dream KNX range. When the striking red camisole set arrived with its feminine detail, my face lit up.

“It felt fantastic on and I knew any woman would love to own it.”

You can find out more about the range of underwear Annabel will be modelling by visiting www.knxlingerie.co.uk


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