In my attempt to be more active, i am starting a new feature here on Gallery Aloud called Social Sunday. Which basically means highlights from each of the girls social media posts!
Friday was date night for Cheryl, posting a snapchat-filtered selfie on Instagram with Liam
She then shared a gorgeous selfie with her new hair colour
Nic tried to make a pretty London Pride tweet but failed due to limits. The thought was there!
Kim had a busy week, but was disappointed on her train home.
The always flawless Nadine gave us all a heads-up if we see her anytime soon…!
Unfortunately, Sarah has been really quiet these past weeks on social media. We do hope shes ok!
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On Thursday, Nicola attended the Ivor Novello Awards 2017, with her Publishing group Imagem Music.
She wore a gorgeous silver jumpsuit by Galvan London and her hair down, naturally flawless looking!
We have added 27 HQ pictures in the gallery, click the thumbs to see the gallery.
Having met in 2015 whilst making the Radio 1 documentary ‘High Street Hijabis’, former Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts and YouTube vlogger Nabiilabee return to investigate what it means to be a Muslim woman who wants to dress modestly but fashionably in Trump’s America.
With exclusive backstage access to Indonesian designer Anniesa Hasibuan’s 2017 New York Fashion Week Show, which featured an all hijabi model line-up on the catwalk and immigrant models, this timely documentary shines a light on an industry that by 2019 is estimated to be worth $327 billion.
New York Hijabis’ also meets with designers, journalists, activists, modelling agents and social media influencers to better understand the scene and explore the differences between the industry in the US and UK.
Amidst President Trump’s two failed travel bans, what is it like to be a Muslim in America right now and what effect has President Trump’s political rhetoric had on the modest fashion industry? Especially when contrasted against the idea that modest fashion seeks to empower Muslim females who wish to dress modestly and fashionably.
You can watch the 30 minute film on the BBC website (UK only!) here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p04vjckl/new-york-hijabis
The full 60 minute audio will be aired on BBC Radio 1 on Tuesday 11th April at 9pm.
Nicola is well known to visit the shows during London Fashion Week and this year is no exception.
Our first sets of pictures for this year spots Nicola inside and leaving the Mark Fast catwalk show last night.
She wore a knitted Mark Fast dress for the occasion, and showed it off in an instagram post
See more pictures in our gallery by clicking the thumbnails above.