From January 2013, her images will be featured in all 550 stores nationwide and in the UK’s only glossy hardback home shopping publication; the Next Directory. Her beautiful images will also feature on Next online – the biggest fashion e-tailor in Europe, with over 2 million weekly customers.
Rachel, 34, epitomizes the smaller customer at just 5ft 1 and a size 6-8.
She said; “Being petite, I’ve always found it tricky to find clothes to fit well.The attention to detail in the cut is very important to ensure that clothes for smaller women are still very tailored. It’s great to be modeling for Next as the Petites range has been designed specifically with this in mind. They have a huge choice in the range, which means that I don’t miss out on the latest fashion because of my size.”
Next said: “We are proud of our extensive petites range which is cut to perfect proportions for the smaller frame, and, we all agreed that with her diverse appeal, healthy figure and stunning features, Rachel Stevens would be the ideal choice as the face of Next Petites.”
Petite sizes range from 6-18 to fit heights 4' 11" - 5' 3"
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