Love Island’s Tina Stinnes looks incredible in a corset as she parties with Lottie Moss

LOVE Island’s Tina Stinnes looked stunning last night as she partied in a corset alongside Lottie Moss.

The reality star, who also appeared in Made In Chelsea, and model Lottie attended the Curves Management launch party at London’s fancy Sanctum Hotel.

The agency aims to prevent diversity in the fashion industry by championing plus size models, and both women made sure they looked stylish for the event.

Tina wore a racy white lace corset, teamed with high-waisted red trousers and silver heels, her long blonde hair looked effortlessly chic in loose waves, and she flung a white jacket over her shoulders as she arrived.

Kate's little sister looked equally slick in a black and white chequered boob tube with bow detail, which she wore with black trousers, a matching blazer and strappy heels.

It looks like Lottie is enjoying a calmer night after she sparked outrage among locals in the Bahamas during her New Year celebrations.

Those who live on the island complained that her group were responsible for littering across beaches, blasting loud music and even nudity.

The partying begun on yachts, according to the Mail On Sunday, but it didn't take long for the revellers to hit the idyllic beaches and cause chaos.

One local wrote online: "I have no problem with getting a little crazy and having fun.

"I do, however, have a problem with getting downright lewd on a family island, forcing local folks to go home early.

"I also have a problem with leaving the establishment you partied at covered with garbage and the beach covered with heaps of waste."

The resident, who lives on the Abaco islands, added: "There was a tremendous amount of trash floating out into the harbour at 6am the next morning.

"And you could still hear music thumping from their boats.

"These people treated the island shamefully."

Lottie has said that her New Year's resolution is to "go out less".

She booked her yachting holiday with pals through Bucketlust.

Director Guy Bottomley said: "I wouldn’t say the party was out of control but I would definitely say there was a lot of debauchery. It was a higher class of people than Club 18-30.

"There are always locals who are going to grumble at whatever they see, even if it’s beautiful people playing on the beach wearing smaller bikinis than usual.

"I am sure if it was a serious issue we would have heard from the police.

"There was a bit of mess but technically the venues are paid to clean up the beaches."


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