Jade Goodys model son Bobby Brazier unveils effortless style at Fashion Week

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In attendance of the Poan afterparty with London Fashion Week Bobby Brazier wowed the crowd as he showed off his incredible fashion sense as he attended the show on Tuesday.

The Soho event saw the son of the late Jade Goody in a zipped down black bomber jacket, matching vinyl trousers and he finished the look of with a pair of fluffy slipper.

Bobby was photographed multiple times as he wore his curly messy locks down to finish the look.

The 18-year-old model was shortly joined by fellow modelling pals Ikram Abdi Omar and Mason Smillie for a group snap.

His pals dazzled in their sensational outfits while the trio all dressed to the nines as they attended the afterparty.

Ikram dazzled in an Aztec-inspired gold maxi dress with a slit at the front and finished the look with a jet-black headscarf and simple make up.

Whereas Mason, who joined Brazier with the vinyl look, sported a pair of charcoal jeans and an onyx vinyl shirt to match while adding a stylish trilby hat and a pair of leather shoes.

The trio flashed smiles and peace signs for the camera.

Bobby’s late mother Jade passed away on Mother’s Day, at the early age of 27, following a tragic battle with cervical cancer in 2009.

She left Bobby and younger brother Freddie in the care of dad Jeff Brazier, who she dated from 2002 to 2004.

In 2019, Bobby signed to modelling agency, Unsigned Models. His younger brother Freddie is also in the fashion world and has followed in his footsteps by signing with Unsigned Models as well.

Bobby has been involved in multiple modelling campaigns across the world over the last few years. Modelling for the likes of Tommy Hilfiger and Dolce and Gabbana.

However, he originally started modelling due to being in trouble at school which resulted in an unexpected encounter with Unsigned Group model scout, Cesar Perin in Costa.

During a Q&A on Instagram, a fan asked: “How’d you get into modelling?” The Teen replied: “Jokes story. I was in trouble at school and had to go in for a meeting.

“So before I go, I go Costa for a little pep talk with my dad and then when we leave [Cesar Perin] is chasing me down the street asking me if I'm a model."

Speaking to Mail Online about his blossoming career, he admitted: “Modelling has been great fun, I'm loving it: you get a chance to do something exciting.”

And Bobby has credited his model looks to his mum.

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