The mannequin and son of leisure professional Richard Wilkins showcased his distinctive kind in a brand new Mardi Gras-motivated image shoot.
Christian Wilkins has showcased his outstanding determine in a superb new marketing campaign in honour of this yr’s Mardi Gras.
Wilkins, who’s the son of veteran leisure journalist Richard Wilkins, has been unveiled as a single of the faces of Sunglass Hut’s restricted version ‘Love is Love’ sunglass chain, established in collaboration with Doodad + Fandango.
The product and actuality Television set star, 27, is acknowledged for his edgy model, which was on complete display screen within the full of life picture shoot.
Wilkins skilled his blonde hair styled in unfastened waves, and wore a silver sequined vest with chain fringing, and type-fitting black trousers.
“Fashion to me is self-confidence. I often think about, to me, there may be virtually nothing much more stunning in the entire planet than viewing somebody who feels positively fantastic, and I feel that’s what model is,” he stated in a on-line video, which was shot along with the photographs.
Additionally exhibiting up within the Sunglass Hut advertising and marketing marketing campaign is stylist and trend commentator Donny Galella, product AJ Clementine, and influencer Kath Ebbs.
Final week, Wilkins known as out a “utterly homophobic and misogynistic” media report concerning the outfit he wore to the opening working day of Sydney’s Mardi Gras Competitors.
Commenters on Instagram skilled praised his revealing look, which featured a pink halter neck mini costume with varied cut back outs.
Wilkins took to his Instagram Tales to proudly share a ensuing visible enchantment in The Day-to-day Telegraph’s Sydney Confidential portion together with his 29,500 followers.
However he additionally took the choice to attach with out a On a regular basis Mail headline which research: “Dude seems to be like a woman! Richard Wilkins’ flamboyant son Christian flaunts his Very toned decide in a pores and skin-limited pink mini robe with daring cut-outs”.
“It’s completely homophobic and misogynistic statements like these that triggers stress and anxiousness in a number of LGBTQI ppl (sic) – in fact I do know I’m in a robe and rejoice my femininity however arrive on … ‘dude seems to be like a girl’?” Wilkins wrote.